New £650,000 conference centre opens in Bristol

A new £650,000 conference and meeting centre has opened its doors at the four-star DoubleTree by Hilton, Bristol City Centre.

New conference facilities at DoubleTree by Hilton, Bristol City Centre
New conference facilities at DoubleTree by Hilton, Bristol City Centre

Close to Bristol Temple Meads train station, the ground floor of the space can be used either as two separate meeting rooms or as one individual room, holding up to 150 delegates.


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On the reception floor there are two further smaller meeting rooms and one large space that can accommodate up to 120 delegates. There is also a boardroom for smaller for groups of up to 14.

The revamp also includes five new double bedrooms, taking the total number of rooms at the venue to 206. 

Nicola Beaumont, sales manager at the hotel, said: "The new facilities are a stunning addition to what has become arguably the leading four-star venue in the centre of Bristol. It’s great news for the hotel and also good news for the city, which has benefitted from an increase in both tourist and business travellers."

More:

New conference centre to open at Southampton Solent

High-profile association events help boost revenue at QEII Centre

Cardiff's Coal Exchange to become luxury hotel in £40m project

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