London's Congress Centre will undergo an overhaul later this month to make the conference venue's entrance more modern and meet customer demands.
The conference venue will close while the work gets underway, with the project due to be completed by September, reported Event Magazine.
New facilities will be added in the revamp, which includes a 103-inch plasma screen, a long, glass registration desk and new carpeting and lighting.
Ruby Lyall, conference and sales manager for Congress Hall and Congress Suites, told the source: "When complete, the new area will be brighter and more welcoming and will enable clients to effectively brand the entrance to their event for maximum impact."
The Congress Suites in the conference venue can currently be used as one large room or divided into smaller units, holding between ten and 120 people, while the Congress Hall can be used for larger events.
This latest revamp follows £4.2 million being spent six years ago to improve the conference venue.