The House of Nations will screen Games footage live throughout the day. In the evening, the house will turn into a party venue with DJs playing until 3am.
It will be located opposite King’s Cross St Pancras Station, the boarding point for the Olympic Javelin train, which is expected to carry up to 25,000 visitors per hour to and from the Olympic Park.
Stephen Lawrence, managing director of The Ultimate Experience, said: "We are confident that House of Nations fills a gap during the summer Games, offering guaranteed entry to those with pre-booked tickets. We have designed a range of packages to cater for everyone and a much needed base for those with tickets to the Games but without the option of the official hospitality."
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