At Tally Workspace, we understand that often companies are in need of a meeting room or a private office by the hour or the day. Either as a one-off booking or reoccurring - once per week or month.
Whatever and wherever you are looking for, Tally Workspace makes it easy to find and book group spaces.Find a Meeting Room
We've been really happy using Tally Workspace to book workspaces for the past year. It's meant we can quickly find meeting rooms and workspaces for our team. The platform is super easy to use and we have already recommended it to other companies. Compared to our old permanent office, we're saving a lot of money which is a plus too!
Tally Workspace makes it easy to find the exact space you need. Search by location, and filter by capacity and the facilities you need. Whether it's a whiteboard, video conferencing or catering - we have you covered.
Once your booking is made, you can send email invites to all attendess from within the platform. Simply enter their email address and they receive an email including all booking information, directions and wifi details.Find a meeting room for your team
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We have a wide range of venues and different spaces on Tally Workspace. Prices are, therefore, very varied, depending on the quality of the space, the locations and what is included. We recommend you use our search tool to see what is available in the area for the capacity you are looking for.
If you are struggling to find a private space or meeting room on the platform then don't hesitate to contact our friendly customer support team via our chat facility or email [email protected]
If you are budget conscious we would recommend considering the following:
Meeting rooms and private spaces for teams are hugely varied and so you should not expect a minimum level of facilities when booking a meeting room. The facilities could include the following:
We recommend always checking the detailed description provided on the Tally Workspace website and if unsure contacting our friendly customer support team via our chat facility or email [email protected]
Tally Workspace has over 1,000 workspaces across the UK and you should be able to find a meeting room using our search tool If you are struggling to find a private space or meeting room on the platform then don't hesitate to contact our friendly customer support team via our chat facility or email [email protected]
The big advantage of our meeting rooms and private spaces is that they are private spaces so that your team are not disturbed and can have confidential conversations.
What makes a good meeting really depends on the type of meeting you are planning to have. But we find bright rooms with large windows typically get the best reviews from our customers.
The Covid pandemic has demonstrated to most companies that their employees can work from home. With most staff wanting to work only 2 days per week from an office, logically most companies can now opt to downsize their office by 60%. Equally, a number of leading companies (such as Dropbox, Pinterest, and Twitter, have gone fully remote and now no longer have an office. Whilst working remotely has its advantages most people do want to meet their team on occasion. Tally Workspace supports this by allowing companies to book workspace as and when teams need it. Because companies only pay for the workspace their team use, companies working with us can save between 30-90% on fixed office rental costs.
A meeting room is a room specifically designated for meetings. As we have seen an increased shift in the way we work and the way meetings are performed - from silent meetings to workshops - the types of spaces which teams are looking to meet has become more varied.
We would define a meeting room as a more traditional space for a work meeting similar to a board room or for larger groups a conference room.However, to make sure there is no confusion we try to include pictures of all of our meeting spaces and are always available to answer any questions you may have.
Conference rooms are generally larger spaces for bigger group collaboration sessions. Because they are larger spaces, conference rooms are generally associated with one team member speaking to the rest of a group rather than the whole team collaborating as would be expected at a meeting. Conference rooms are more typically associated with workshops, seminars or conferences.