Brisbane's Hotel Grand Chancellor unveils conference centre

Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane has completed the construction of a purpose-built hotel-based conference facility.

The new conference centre offers more than 1000sqm of floor space and 11 function rooms spanning two levels and was designed by architects Cottee Parker with the emphasis on a cutting-edge design. 

Each function room has state-of-the-art audio visual equipment along with natural lighting, allowing up to 1,000 delegates to enjoy the views of the Roma Street Parkland.

Peter Yared, area general manager for Queensland said: "The new facility offers a unique hotel-based conference and event experience in Brisbane, adding a touch of luxury and class ensuring that Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane remains a key player in the functions arena."

The 4.5 star, 230-room property, situated on the highest point in the Brisbane CBD and opposite the Roma Street Parkland, also unveiled a new lobby with increased seating.

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