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Hotels with Conference Facilities

It doesn’t matter what the conference is about – new product launch, professional body, company get-together – you want the facilities to be just right. You the organiser who needs everything to run smoothly; you the organisation hoping to make the right impression; you the attendee giving up your time to be there; you the guest speaker. The professional services offered by these hotels is a good place to start (and probably finish) looking. From a meeting room for the afternoon with a handful of colleagues to a full week with board and lodging for hundreds, hotels are used to handling conferences. They have the people on hand to bring the coffee when you want it; the chefs who can prepare everything from the sandwich-on-the-go through a major buffet or a full bib-and-tucker celebration. And of course these days most can talk to you about Wi-Fi, video-links, big-screens and sound-systems if you need them. And don’t forget that other element of the conference, the post-match wind down. Not just the obligatory bar: some in our list have amenities from swimming pools to spas to golf courses, and even if they don’t many can arrange similar facilities nearby.

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