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Dates and Times

Data Centre World will take place on 11 - 12 March 2020 at ExCeL London.

Show opening times are 9.30am - 5.00pm on both days.

Below you will find practical information on how to get to ExCeL London and where to stay.

The Venue

ExCeL London
One Western Gateway
Royal Victoria Dock
London
E16 1XL

If you are travelling by public transport, the nearest station is Prince Regent. This is part of the DLR network.

For Sat Nav purposes, please use postcode E16 1DR.

Use the TFL Journey Planner to plan your route or view on Google Maps.


 

Accommodation

1,000's of rooms within 10 minutes of ExCeL and with easy access to Central London.

Data Centre World has a number of exclusive accommodation offers in London, available to those who are visiting and exhibiting at the event.

 

We’ve partnered up with specialist accommodation agency Event Express to provide discounted hotel accommodation and flexible cancellation policies exclusively for Tech Shows Series attendees. If you’re unsure of your requirements at this stage, the flexible cancellation terms will allow you to make amendments and cancellations at no charge until closer to the event date. However, we do advise that you book now and amend later in order to guarantee your preferred hotel.

The Event Express service is completely free to use with no hidden charges and no booking or transaction fees, and the friendly reservations team will liaise with the hotels directly on your behalf. For more information, please contact Event Express directly via the email or telephone number listed below, or alternatively click here to book your accommodation online.

Tel:         +44 (0) 1905 732 737

Email:    reservations@eventexpressuk.com

Link:      https://www.eventexpressuk.com/e/tech-shows-series/ 

 

By Tube:

The nearest station is Prince Regent. This is part of the DLR network. Please use the TFL Journey Planner to find the quickest route.

By Rail:

London has a number of main rail stations:

Charing Cross, Euston, Kings Cross/ St Pancras International, Liverpool Street, London Bridge, Marylebone, Moorgate, Paddington, Victoria and Waterloo.

All offer easy access to ExCeL. Please use the TFL Journey Planner to find the quickest route.

For National Rail enquiries please visit www.nationalrail.co.uk

By Bus:

ExCeL is served by the following bus routes:

Prince Regent Bus Station: 300, 473

By Car:

Follow signs to Royal Docks, City Airport and ExCeL.

There is easy access from the M25, M11, A406 and A13.

For Sat Nav purposes, please use postcode E16 1DR.

Parking:

Click here for information about parking at ExCeL

 

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