The Address offers top ballroom
Dubai, December 24, 2009
The Address Dubai Marina, the latest addition to Emaar Hospitality Group’s hotel brand, The Address Hotels + Resorts, is offering one of the region’s largest ballrooms featuring extensive conference services.
The Constellation Ballroom offers guests 900 sq m of luxurious space, said a statement.
Overlooking Dubai Marina and featuring floor-to-ceiling windows that accentuate natural light, the ballroom can accommodate up to 1,000 guests and has sound-proof ceiling to floor partitions.
“The hotels extensive meeting and events facilities are one of its unique features,” said Oliver Key, general manager, The Address Dubai Marina.
“We have gathered a strong team of hospitality professionals at the property to provide a comprehensive selection of services, ensuring that every aspect of our client’s requirements is managed seamlessly. From designing and tastefully decorating the most appropriate event space to providing individually tailored menus by our international culinary team,” he added.
According to the statement, the ballroom foyer could be used for a wide range of events – and offers an outdoor terrace providing the perfect pre-function backdrop.
To complement the ballroom are 15 additional meeting rooms, each named after a different star, a conference concierge desk and a centralised coffee break area.
The meeting facilities also boast an additional business lounge with complimentary Wi-Fi access, which is available for hotel guests as well, said the statement.
All rooms are fully equipped with 55-inch LCD display screens. In addition each individual meeting room has access to a state-of-the-art audio-visual system that ensures high quality presentations, the statement added. – TradeArabia News Service
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