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Venue and Travel

London

The Women’s Health Seminar will be held at the Congress Centre, London.

Congress Centre
28 Great Russell Street
London
WC1B 3LS

For directions, please visit the Congress Centre website.

Discounted hotel rates

We have a limited number of exclusive hotel deals for attendees of this event. These special offers can be booked by telephone or online.
 
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Book your hotel online

Hotel, events and dates information

Pulse Learning Seminar – Women’s Health
 
Hotel reservations: +44 (0)20 7292 2320 Quote Special Reference Code: MYKZJ
Congress Centre London
 

Book your hotel by phone or email

Alternatively, if you would like assistance with your hotel booking you can contact Jessica, our dedicated hotel expert. Simply email Jessica@HotelMap.com  with your requirements, phone number and Special Reference Code MYKZJ and she will get back to you to discuss your hotel options.


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