ILMC 31 will take place at Royal Garden Hotel in West London, amid the shops and eateries of fashionable Kensington. All rooms at the hotel are reserved exclusively for delegates, with special discounted rates available and rooms available to suit a variety of budgets.
With ILMC stretching out until the early hours each night, the hotel typically sells out in advance, so once you have registered for the conference, be sure to book your accommodation through our official travel agent, The Tour Company.
£190.40 + VAT
£212.80 + VAT
A more contemporary hotel room including extras such as iPod docking stations, flat-screen TVs, lighting control panels, heated mirrors, modern hairdryers, and luxury bathroom facilities.
£241.50 + VAT
Garden Rooms feature a specially designed, luxurious, king-size bed and afford spectacular views across Kensington Palace and Hyde Park. The rate is for either single or double occupancy. Read more.
£288.75 + VAT
Executive Rooms are ideal for up to two adults and two children, and feature a large, family bathroom. They all benefit from special touches such as iPod docking stations, flat-screen TVs, and lighting control panels. Read more.
£435.75 + VAT
Important: In order to maintain exclusivity at the Royal Garden Hotel and prevent unsold rooms on the Thursday night of the conference, priority will be given to those booking both Wednesday and Thursday nights. Delegates booking one night only (Tuesday or Wednesday) will not receive confirmation until Wednesday 27 February 2019, subject to availability. Please note that if you book accommodation on Wednesday and Thursday and then cancel one night, you will incur a charge for the cancelled night unless the room can be resold.
To maintain the exclusivity of ILMC, rooms for delegates (and their families) can only be booked at the Royal Garden Hotel between 5 and 8 March 2019 through ILMC's official travel agency, The Tour Company.
Reservations are made on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note that accommodation is strictly limited and consistently sells out.