Capacity Europe: Venue and travel
Book your hotel accommodation
InterContinental London - The O2
1 Waterview Drive
SE10 OTW, London uk
t: +44 (0)20 8463 6868
To make it easier for our delegates, Capacity Media have negotiated a specially discounted room rate for a limited block of rooms at The Intercontinental London - The O2. Once you have confirmed your registration for Capacity Europe 2019, we will send you a confirmation email including details of how to book at the discounted rate.
Transport within London
Closest tube station: North Greenwich (Jubilee Line) - 3 minutes walk to the event hotel
Closest airport: London City Airport 4.6 miles away - 15 mins taxi from the airport to the hotel
We are pleased to announce that this year we have a number of travel partners we are working with to ensure you can travel around London with ease. Once you have confirmed your registration for Capacity Europe 2019, we will send you our Capacity Europe 2019 travel guide and tops tips including details of how to book with our travel partners. We have special discounts available from Eurostar, Heathrow Express and One World.
Capacity Media encourages all delegates to check their visa requirements for London,UK. A visa support letter is a document stating that you wish to attend an event organised by Capacity Media. We are happy to provide registered attendees with a visa support letter to assist in the application process. To request a visa support letter, please forward your registration confirmation email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are required to secure payment before providing a visa support letter, as this is a legal document but will offer a 100% refund should your visa application be rejected.
Travel Advice Relating to Brexit
I am an EU resident and travelling to London for Capacity Europe. Will my travel be affected?
- If you are travelling to the UK from the EU before 31st October, your normal travel arrangements will remain unchanged.
- We do not anticipate any issues in leaving the UK on or after the 31st October, even in the event of a No-deal Brexit.
What if the UK government reaches a deal with the EU prior to the 31st October and brings forward the Brexit date?
- If a deal has been reached the current plan is to have a transition period, meaning any changes to European travellers will be brought in over the course of the next 2 years. In this situation, we still anticipate that your arrangements will remain unchanged.
Do you anticipate any other disruptions to my travel and experience in London
- We will be monitoring the situation in the UK around the current Brexit date (31st October 2019). There is a chance that there will be demonstrations and protests, most likely to be located in central London. Fortunately, our event is not located near the vicinity of where these protests may take place and we are not anticipating any major disruptions to the event. In order to ensure that you experience minimal disturbance to your plans, we are committing to provide you with all the information you need regarding your visit to London during the lead up to the event and while at the event.
Is there anything that I can do in order to prepare for my trip with regards to Brexit?
As we draw nearer to the Leave date we advise that you keep informed through the official Government website- https://www.gov.uk/guidance/visiting-the-uk-after-brexit as the information may be subject to change. We will also be updating this section with tips and guidelines specific to the event over the next few weeks.