London Marriott Hotel Regents Park to launch high-tech meeting facilities

The London Marriott Hotel Regents Park will reveal its new meeting space at the end of the month, following a multi-million pound renovation.

The business and leisure hotel has begun transforming its meeting experience with the introduction of new technology and flexible workspaces, designed to inspire collaboration and creative solutions for delegates.

The hotel’s biggest meetings and events room, Primrose Hill, will be transformed to include large windows to maximise natural light. The space will offer capacity for up to up to 300 people, equipped with technology such as remote-control projectors and screens, as well as an integrated sound and PA system.

The foyer will have natural daylight, and all the dedicated breakout boardrooms will feature integrated USB, power and HDMI table boxes, Nespresso coffee machines, Barco ClickShare presentation technology and Write-On walls.

Speaking about the refurbishment, general manager, Tony Owen, said: "This is a really exciting development for the hotel and we can’t wait to show our guests the new meetings and events space.

"The meetings and events landscape is changing, with constant adaptations to technology and the increasing importance of wellness in the work place. This investment is part of a wider commitment to provide delegates with the very best experience in a contemporary, inspiring and accommodating setting."

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