Located in the centre of Madrid the Riu Plaza España is a brilliant venue for meetings and events. The property offers 17 technology-enabled meeting rooms, with a total capacity of 1,500 delegates. There is a 24-hour gym, a beautiful outdoor swimming pool, alongside a business centre with desks, computers, internet access, and printing facilities.
The converted tower block will house 550 rooms and suites, each decorated in a sleek, elegant style.
The newly built Grand Hyatt Athens offers an incredible mix of history and edginess; located close to the cultural city centre the modern rooms and suites are equipped with the latest amenities, impressive marble bathrooms and spacious living and working areas.
Alongside a rooftop pool, 24-hour fitness centre and three restaurants, the property has a purpose-built business centre. Open 24 hours a day, the business centre features personal computers with additional workstations for guests using their own equipment. There are 2,000 square metres of meeting and event space, that has been divided into seven multi-functional rooms. Each room offers state-of-the-art technology, catering services, and dedicated event staff, which collectively allow for events of up to 1,000 delegates to be accommodated.
Construction of the Hard Rock Hotel Barcelona starts this year. Due to open early 2020 the hotel will boast a stunning rooftop terrace, with bar and swimming pool, two speciality restaurants, a spa and fitness centre, and exclusive lobby and music bars. Its location offers direct subway and tram access to Barcelona city centre and guest rooms will have luxurious private balconies overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.
The hotel plans detail seven meeting rooms and a ballroom, that in total will cover 21,530 square feet of meeting and conference space.
Ideally located just minutes from Chancery Lane, Holborn and Farringdon tube stations, etc.venues Chancery Lane will be a vibrant 28,000 square foot contemporary work space. The venue décor will mix creative functional design with an urban street feel to inspire professional interaction, in a stimulating and inclusive environment. The venue will have an approachable feel with sofas with coffee tables, co-working pods, sideboards, tree trunks stools, factory workshop benches and stools.
The plans detail 28 individual rooms split across six floors. There will be three larger suites for up to 80 cabaret, several training and meeting rooms for 20-60 and a self-contained assessment hub. All rooms will be technology enabled and charging points, AC, lighting system, digital signage and LED screens will be available.
Summer is set to bring the opening of the new nhow hotel to London. Designed by Project Orange the new eight story hotel will feature 190 rooms, a restaurant, bar, gym, networking spaces and three ‘laboratories’, otherwise known as meeting rooms.
Guests will enjoy surprising and unconventional details and services. Punk will meet high tech style, while graffiti will appear alongside unconventional images of past monarchs. A ‘Big Ben’ rocket sculpture will be one of the lobby’s most striking elements. An eclectic ensemble of colourful furniture on ‘pixelated’ carpet will invite guests to unwind, while an installation made from wooden boards around an LED fireplace will create a relaxing atmosphere.