Intercontinental London - The O2

One Waterview Drive, Greenwich Peninsula, SE10 0TW

Getting There

By Tube & Train

North Greenwich station is on the Jubilee Line in Zones 2 and 3. It is only a 5 minute walk from the hotel. Central London is less than 20 minutes (North Greenwich station to Green Park station). Plan your journey at TFL.

By Road

Inside the M25 and outside the Congestion Zone. The O2 is signposted from the M25, the A2 and A20 (from the South East), and the M11 (from the North). Aim for The O2 continuously. Use our postcode for route planners, alternatively, type the full hotel name.

InterContinental London - The O2
1 Waterview Drive
Greenwich Peninsula
London, SE10 0TW

The 250 car parking spaces are available to all hotel guests, visitors and conference delegates on a first come first served basis, at their own risk.

By Air

All London airports are well connected to The O2 via tube and rail services. Plan your journey at Get a safe, reliable ride with a licensed taxi company or the Uber app.

Approximate journey times by car:

London City Airport: 20 minutes
London Gatwick Airport: 55 minutes
London Stansted Airport: 55 minutes
London Heathrow Airport: 85 minutes
London Luton Airport: 90 minutes

River Bus

Arrive at the hotel in comfort and style, North Greenwich Pier is only 7 minutes away.

Uber Boat by Thames Clippers RB1 service to North Greenwich Pier departs every 20 minutes throughout the day from major central London piers such as Embankment, London Eye and London Bridge.

Commuting or sightseeing to or from North Greenwich Pier is easy. Use a contactless card or pay as you go Oyster Card to get on board. You can also buy Single, Return or River roamer tickets for all day hop-on hop-off.  

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Safety (Covid)


COVID Secure Venue & Event

The Intercontinental O2 is a certified COVID venue. Your journey may look and feel slightly different with enchanced hygiene and safety measures that meet Government Guidelines.
You’ll notice more frequent cleaning of high-touch areas at our event, as well as hand sanitising stations and signage encouraging everyone to regularly wash and disinfect their hands.
We are minimising the number of touchpoints at the we will have reminders to maintain physical distancing where necessary.
We are asking everyone to avoid handshakes in favor of non-contact greetings and reducing the need to queue by staggering admission times and updating floor plans. One way systems will also be adopted in high traffic areas - ensuring you can move through the event safely and confidently.
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Working closely with Goverment Guidelines

Our first priority in bringing Women in Silicon Roundabout back in-person will be to work closely with local government and authorities. The event will be planned carefully in accordance with local advice and guidelines.

Limited Capacity

In line with Goverment Guidelines, the event will run on a limited capacity. Please note: this is in line with current guidelines and could be subject to change or increase as we get closer to the date of the event.