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Crowne Plaza Christchurch launches conference spaces

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Crowne Plaza Christchurch has unveiled four versatile event and conferencing spaces that will become available when it opens its doors this August.

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Crowne Plaza Christchurch brings additional business event capacity to the city

The property is now open for bookings from August 1 and will be the largest upscale hotel in the Christchurch CBD with 204 rooms.

Crowne meetings manager Phoebe Zwarts said the hotel was “delighted” to bring additional business event capacity to central Christchurch.

“This hotel offers a range of inspiring workshop or brainstorming places to meet and connect, all delivered with our signature Crowne Plaza service,” she said.

“We’re offering four spaces specifically designed to ensure the success of any client’s business function, with the flexibility to accommodate a range of events from smaller meetings through to large-scale presentations.”

Located on the first floor of the hotel there are three separate boardrooms featuring views of the Victoria Square parkland, and a larger premium meeting space.

The Golden Fleece room seats up to 150 theatre or cocktail style, or 90 banquet style, and includes dual projection screens and built-in audio. The Ellis, Gartner and Oram rooms cater for up to 14 guests boardroom style and can be combined to host larger groups.

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