BOOKERS looking for corporate meeting space in Kuwait would do well to consider the Palms Beach Hotel & Spa, says a spokesperson.
“The hotel offers a unique conference and meeting center which is versatile, elegant and modern, the equipment and facilities are state of the art and are perfect for business boardroom meetings, conferences, product launches and seminars, as well as for the public sector we can accommodates weddings, private functions and exhibitions,” the spokesperson said.
The hotel’s Jawa Grand Ballroom has a pre-function foyer and a capacity to accommodate up to 700 people (reception style). This multi-function hall can be divided into three sound-proof sections each with its own multi-media projection screen and the latest technology of sound equipment to run presentations, stage productions and private functions.
“The daylit Boulevard Board Room with an exceptional view over looking the main road is ideal for executive boardroom meetings, training seminars and press conferences, takes up to 20 persons in a U-shape style or 60 persons theatre style,” says the spokesperson.
Finally, the Palms Seminar Hall accommodates up to 115 persons on theatre style, 150 persons for cocktail reception and 100 persons seated banquet style. It is divisible into two soundproof sections each of which can take 40 persons in a U-shape style. The hall its own private entrance and a separate area that can be used for private executive lunches or dinners.
The hotel can also accommodate up to 700 persons banquet style in its large outdoor pools and beach area.
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