Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains unveils new meeting space

Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains - MGallery Collection in Australia has opened the Club Room, a meeting space that caters for between 36 to 100 delegates.

The Club Room has a classic fireplace, natural lighting, three chesterfield sofas which can be rearranged in the room according to set up, a drop-down data projector screen and a private adjoining kitchenette. The space can be set up in a variety of styles, including theatre, boardroom and cabaret. 

With the addition of The Club Room, Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains, operated by Accor, has 15 flexible conference spaces at its location in the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains National Park. 

The Fairmont Resort has also launched a new business events menu with an emphasis on guest interaction, which includes live cooking stations and food stall concepts.   

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