14 NOVEMBER 2011

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Article from BTNews 14 NOVEMBER 2011

Strand Palace, London, major conference refurbishment

One of London’s largest hotels, the 4-star 785-room Strand Palace at the Aldwych end of the famous street has completed a major refurbishment of its conference and events facilities.  Now available are 11 newly designed state-of-the-art rooms that can be used for business meetings, dinners, conferences and exhibitions.  The multi-purpose spaces are well-equipped with the latest technology, including touch panel lighting controls, air-conditioning, high speed wi-fi and advanced audio-visual equipment.  Further specialist equipment can be sourced by the in-house conference and events team.

Nine of the rooms are situated on the lower ground floor, which is accessed through a private entrance at the front of the hotel.  This leads to a grand Art Deco staircase which creates an impressive sense of arrival.  In the heart of the meetings area is a spacious foyer which, with its informal atmosphere, provides a great space for networking and relaxation.

The Exeter Suite is the largest of the spaces and can accommodate a reception of up to 200 guests, 180 theatre style, or a lunch/dinner of 140.  The modern neutrally decorated facility also has the flexibility to be split into two fully soundproofed rooms.  The other rooms range in size from 15-person capacity upwards. www.strandpalacehotel.co.uk/conferences-events.html

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