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Q: Do you have disabled parking bays and where are they located? 

A: We have a number of disabled parking bays that are spread across the car park.

The Orange under-venue car park has the following spaces:

  • Zone 2: 11 bays
  • Zone 3: 15 bays
  • Zone 4: 4 bays
  • Zone 8: 12 bays
  • Zone 9: 18 bays
  • Zone 13: 6 bays
  • Zone 14: 28 bays
  • Zone 15: 16 bays

Royal Victoria multi-storey car park has the following spaces:

  • Zone 1A: 10 spaces
  • Zone 2A: 15 spaces

The East car park, when in use, has 20 spaces.

See our car park map for more details

 

Q: What size are your disabled bays? 

A: They are 5.90m x 3.60m

 

Q: Is your disabled parking free of charge?

A: Any vehicle displaying the disabled blue badge is still required to pay the car park charge.

Q: Where are the disabled toilets?

A: The disabled toilets are located at the following points:

  • Red blocks S9/S10
  • N10/N11 level 0
  • N4/S4, at the back of the North Halls
  • South Gallery level 2 and the dock edge on Level 0
  • Platinum Suite - levels 2 and 3
  • Prince Regent walkway
  • Level 0 East
  • Capital Suite level 2 and 3

Need more information in advance of your visit? Please contact info@excel.london or connect with us on Twitter

Q: Is there anywhere I can change money?

A: There is a shop on level 0 at the bottom of the stairs near N4/S4 which sells a range of stationery items and has its own Bureau de Change.

 

Q: Do you have a foreign currency ATM?

 A: There is a Travelex ATM by the S11 entrance on the boulevard.

Q: Is there anywhere that can help me with photocopying or other business services?

 A: There is a shop on level 0 at the bottom of the stairs near N4/S4 which sells a range of stationery items and can also do photo copying and faxing. This shop has its own Bureau de Change.

Q: Where is the cable car? 

 A: The cable car is about 600m from the west of the venue opposite Royal Victoria DLR station.

 

Q: When does the cable car run?

A: The cable car has a different timetable running in winter and in summer:

 

Summer

(28 March to 30 September)

Mon–Thurs  07:00-22:00
Friday 07:00-23:00
Saturday 08:00-23:00
Sunday 09:00-22:00

Winter*   

(1 October to 31 March)

Mon–Fri   07:00-20:00
Saturday  08:00-20:00
Sunday   09:00-20:00

 

 *Please be aware that adverse weather conditions may affect running times.

 

 

 

Need more information in advance of your visit? Connect with the Emirates Airline Cable Car team on Twitter

Q: Do you have changing facilities? 

A: We have worked with Changing Places to create an accessible changing facility at the east of the venue on level 1. Please ask our customer service desk if you need to use the facilities.

 

Q: Where are the baby changing facilities?

A: There are baby changing facilities on level 0 in both the male and female toilets.  All the female toilets are accessible from the boulevard as are the male toilets between N5/ N6 and N7/N8 and the red block between S9 / S10, and N10/ N11, the Prince Regent DLR east corridor and East Level 0. 

Q: Can I charge my devices at the venue and how much does it cost?

A: There are charge boxes for phones located east and west of the venue near our information points. The cost is £1.50 for 30 minutes and £2.00 for 50 minutes.

Q: Where is the nearest pharmacist?

A: There is a pharmacist on Freemasons Road, which is located on the other side of Custom House DLR station (please note Custom House DLR station will be closed from February 2017 until December 2017, find out more.)

Q: Are there any cycle racks?

A: There are some by the west entrance taxi rank and by the Aloft Hotel at the east of the venue underneath the stairway connecting Level 0 to Level 1. There are 60 cycle racks in total.

 

There is no charge to use the cycle racks.

Q: Are dogs permitted at ExCel London?

ExCeL welcomes all guidance and assistance dogs. No other dogs/pets permitted.

Q: Where are the baby changing facilities?

A: There are baby changing facilities on level 0 in both the male and female toilets. All the female toilets are accessible from the boulevard as are the male toilets between N5/ N6 and N7/N8 and the red block between S9 / S10, and N10/ N11, the Prince Regent DLR east corridor and East Level 0. 

Q: Where is the first aid point?

A: You can approach any of our ExCeL team who can help you with a medical emergency or go to level 0 on the boulevard and down the stairs by N4/S4.

Q: Is there a map of the venue?

A: If you require a map of the venue please contact info@excel.london. You can plan your journey to ExCeL using our travel section

 

Q: What is the nearest station to ExCeL?

A: There are two DLR stations: Custom House for events taking place in the west of the venue (please note Custom House will be closed from February 2017 until December 2017, find out more) and Prince Regent for those taking place in the east. We’d advise checking the details of your event before you travel so that you can alight at the most convenient station. 

 

Q: What is the post code?

A: Please use E16 1DR if you are using a sat nav system for events that use the west entrance of the venue. For the east entrance (closest to Prince Regent DLR station) use E16 1FR.

 

Q: Are there any cycle racks?

A: There are some by the west entrance taxi rank and by the Aloft Hotel at the east of the venue underneath the stairway connecting Level 0 to Level 1. There are 60 cycle racks in total.

There is no charge to use the cycle racks.

 

Q: Where can I purchase an Oyster Card near the venue? 

A: You can buy an Oyster Card at any underground station, the closest to ExCeL London is Canning Town. Contactless credit and debit cards can also be used to travel on travel on tube, DLR, London Overground, buses and most National Rail services in London for the same price as an Oyster fare.

 

Q: When does the cable car run?

A: The cable car has a different timetable in winter and in summer.

 

Summer       (28 March to 30 September)

Mon–Thurs    07:00-22:00

Friday            07:00-23:00

Saturday        08:00-23:00

Sunday          09:00-22:00

 

Winter           (1 October to 31 March)

Mon–Fri          07:00-20:00

Saturday         08:00-20:00

Sunday           09:00-20:00

Q: Is there an information desk?

A: There are two information desks — one by the entrance in the west and one by the entrance in the east on level 1. Please note it is possible to hire a wheelchair from both of these info desks, free of charge.

Q: Do you have any logistic services at ExCeL?

A: Agility Fairs & Events are based on site, please call +44 (0)20 7069 5321 or email: GNewell@agilitylogistics.com

Q: Where can I claim my lost property?

A: Please go to the security suite which is located by the west entrance down the stairs just after Costa. If you are no longer at the venue, please give our help desk a call on: +44(0) 207 069 4500 or email info@excel.london

 

Q: Where are the cloakrooms located and is there a charge for using them?

A: There are two cloakrooms which are open dependent on the event that you are attending. One cloakroom is in the west end of the venue on level 0 by N4/S4 and one in the east end on level 0. Cloakrooms are open during show hours which vary between events, check the show hours on our What's On listings. 

If you are attending an event in either the Capital Suite or the Platinum Suite, these areas have their own cloakrooms.

The fee is £1 per item for coats and luggage - please be aware we cannot store cameras, laptop equipment or any other electronic devices.

Q: Do you have ATMs?

A: There are two Note ATMs near the west entrance of the venue by Costa and Panini Pronto, and another Note ATM in the centre of the boulevard between entrances S6 and N6. There are a Barclays and a Note ATM located on level 0 between N4 and S4. Should the in-venue ATMs run out of cash, there is also an ATM nearby at the Tesco Express.

 

Q: Do you have a foreign currency ATM?

A: There is a Travelex ATM by the S11 entrance on the boulevard.

Q: Is there a map of the venue?

A: If you require a map of the venue please contact info@excel.london

Q: Where can I purchase an Oyster Card near the venue? 

A: You can buy an Oyster Card at any underground station, the closest to ExCeL London is Canning Town. Contactless credit and debit cards can also be used to travel on travel on tube, DLR, London Overground, buses and most National Rail services in London for the same price as an Oyster fare.

Q: Is there a map of the car park?

A: Please find a link to a map of the car park.

 

Q: What is the fee for parking at ExCeL?

A: It costs £20 for up to 24 hours as of February 2017.

 

Q: What is the postcode for ExCeL?

A: If you are using a sat navsystem or interactive maps on your phone, then be aware that there are different post codes depending on where in the venue your event is being held.

E16 1FR for events that use the east entrance (closest to Prince Regent DLR station)

E16 1XL or use E16 1DR if you are using a sat nav system for events that use the west entrance (closest to Custom House DLR station)

 

Q: Do you have motorcycle parking and how much does it cost?

A: Our motorcycle parking is free and is located in orange lower 2 as you come in on the right of the orange west gate (see our car park map for more details)

 

Q: Am I able to charge my car at your venue?

A: We have 14 charge points for hybrid and electric cars within our car park, we advise you to bring your own adaptor if required. You will need to be registered with Source London to be able to use our charge points. If you have any questions please contact our team on parkingonline@excel.london.

 

 

Q: Do you have disabled parking bays and if so where are they located?  

A: We have a number of disabled parking bays that are spread across the car park. Zone 2 has 11 bays, Zone 3 has 15 bays, Zone 3 has 4 bays, Zone 8 has 12 bays, Zone 9 has 17 bays, Zone 13 has 6 bays, zone 14 has 16 bays, Zone 15 has 16 bays, East car park has 21 bays, Royal Victoria Multi-Storey 1A has 10 bays, 2A has 14 bays. (See our car park map for more details)

 

Q: What size are your disabled bays?

A: They are 5.90m x 3.60m

 

Q: Is your disabled parking free of charge?

A: Any vehicle displaying the disabled blue badge is still required to pay the car park charge.

 

Q: Are there any cycle racks?

A: There are some by the west entrance taxi rank and by the Aloft Hotel at the east of the venue, underneath the stairway connecting Level 0 to Level 1. There are 60 cycle racks in total.

There is no charge to use the cycle racks.

 

Hoverboards, skateboards, segways, scooters, rollerblades, and bicycles are not permitted for use within the venue or the Boulevard. 

Q: Are there any post boxes near ExCeL?

A: There are two post boxes one at the west of the venue by the taxi rank and one at the entrance at the east by the taxi rank.

Q: Is there a prayer room?

A: The prayer room can be accessed through the grey door next to the S9 entrance on the boulevard.

E-cigarettes and vaping are not permitted within the venue.

These can be used outside the venue only.

 

ExCeL London operates a no smoking policy throughout the venue. 

Smoking is permitted outside the venue. 

Q: Where is the nearest supermarket?

A: There is a Tesco Express about 600m from the west entrance to the venue.

Q: What is the nearest station to ExCeL?

A: ExCeL has two DLR stations, Custom House for events taking place in the west of the venue (this station will be closed from February 2017 until December 2017, find out more) and Prince Regent for those taking place in the east.  We’d advise checking the details of your event before you travel. You can follow our Twitter account for information about which DLR is closest to your event entrance, as we usually Tweet this information on the morning of an event.

Q: Where is the traffic office located?

A: The traffic office is parallel to the venue along Sandstone Lane (see our car park map for more details)

Do you have a whistleblowing facility?

ExCeL London’s whistleblowing hotline has been designed to allow anyone to raise genuine issues of malpractice or impropriety at ExCeL. The hotline is to be used exclusively to report possible illegal, unethical, or improper conduct when the normal channels of communication have proven ineffective or difficult.

The hotline, operated by an independent company Expolink Europe Ltd., is available 24/7 and can be used in confidence.  You can use 0800 374 199, a toll free number when dialled in the UK or from outside the UK use +44 1249 661 808 for an international collect or reverse charge call.   

You can also email details of your concern to excellondon@expolink.co.uk or submit a report by visiting www.expolink.co.uk/excellondon

Q: Is there free WiFi ?

A: At ExCeL we have free, fast WiFi which is suitable for browsing, social media, and email. When you arrive at the venue, you just need to sign in to '_ExCeL FREE Wi-Fi' using our standard log in, or via LinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter.