Pullman London St Pancras unveils Business Playground

Pullman London St Pancras has launched its new Business Playground following a £15m refurbishment to the hotel.

Pullman London St Pancras unveils Business Playground
Pullman London St Pancras unveils Business Playground

The Business Playground is suitable for both meetings and conferences and features a unique ‘Pullman Poker Table’, aimed at providing a more engaging setting for delegates.

The event space also features a breakout room fitted with armchairs underneath a digital canopy that projects a range of various outdoor settings.

The Business Playground, which was designed by French designer Mathieu Lehanneur is being premiered at the Pullman London St Pancras hotel with the view to bringing the unique event space to other Pullman hotels throughout 2014.

Jaime Faus, general manager at Pullman London St Pancras, said: "Here at Pullman London St. Pancras, our business guests travel a lot, meeting rooms are part of their daily routine so it's the experience that makes the difference.  

"With our 'Business Playground',  which has been designed to stimulate creativity, we aim to reinvent the meeting experience so their gatherings are unlike any others"

The £15m refurbishment was also used to update the hotel’s other meetings spaces including The Shaw Theatre, which seats 446 delegates.

The hotel also offers the newly renovated Hyde Park rooms – seven meetings spaces with a capacity for two to 60 delegates. A further six meeting spaces, known as the Regent Park rooms, can host two to 90 delegates.

Additionally, the hotel's Nobel Suite is lcoated on the ground floor and can host 380 delegates theatre style and 200 delegates cabaret-style.

The 312-room Pullman London St Pancras hotel opened in November 2013.

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