Visitor FAQ

General Questions

Q: Where is the event?

A: Sleep & Eat takes place at Olympia London. Find out more here.

Q: When is the event?

A: Sleep & Eat runs for two days from the 17-18th November 2020.

Q: What are the opening times?

A:Tuesday 17 November 10:00am – 8:30pm

Tuesday 17 November 6:00pm – 8:30pm Late Night Networking Event

Wednesday 18 November 10:00am – 6.00pm

Q: What is the event about?

A: Sleep & Eat is Europe’s leading exhibition and conference for the hotel and restaurant design, development and architectural community and represents the very best in hotel design excellence. Find out more.

Q: Who is exhibiting at the event?

A: The exhibitor list can be accessed here.

Q: Who should visit the event?

A: Anyone in the business of hotel, bar and restaurant design - designers, architects, hotel owners, hotel developers, hotel operators, hotel investors, interiors designers, restauranteurs, consultants and contractors.

Please note this is a trade-only event and children are not allowed.

Q: Will there be any conferences, workshops or demonstrations?

A: Yes, the Sleep & Eat Conference is a high-level, complimentary conference with trusted credentials in the hotel industry. You can attend as many sessions as you wish over the two days. Space in the theatre is on a first come, first served basis.

Q: Is there a catalogue?

A: Yes, you will be able to pick up a complimentary show catalogue when you arrive at the show.

Q: How can I register?

A: Registration for Sleep & Eat 2019 is now live! Click here to register.

Access & Facilities

Q: Will there be anywhere that I can access the internet while I'm at the event?

A: The venue has complimentary Wi-Fi access throughout. 

Q: What is wheelchair access like at the venue?

A: The venue is wheelchair friendly, with lifts that service the whole of the venue.

Q: Are pushchairs allowed into the exhibition halls?

A: The Exhibition is a trade event, and the nature of the exhibits & our attendee’s reflect this. As such attendance by anyone under the age of 16 is strictly prohibited at all times; this includes build up, the open days and breakdown of the exhibition. No alternative facilities will be provided.

Q: Are there cloakroom facilities onsite?

A: Yes there will be a cloakroom right next to the registration desk near the entrance. Please note, cloakrooms will only be able to accept a coat and one small bag per person.

Next Step

Q. What can I do if my question has not been answered by any of the above?

For any further enquiries, please contact a member of the Sleep & Eat team.