NEW CENTRE SETS HOTEL GRAND CHANCELLOR APART

Written on the 7 May 2015

NEW CENTRE SETS HOTEL GRAND CHANCELLOR APART

THE breathtaking Roma St Parkland views set the scene for your next event at Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane, and the new conference centre will inspire limitless possibilities to make it unique.

Natural light beams through floor-to-ceiling glass windows, allowing you to absorb the spectacular views of Roma St Parklands.

Spanning over two levels and over 1000sqm of floor space, the new conference centre presents itself as a unique designer space with 11 conference rooms and over 20 room combinations allowing for endless possibilities and flexibility like no other.

The new conference centre stands apart in its ability to host a variety of events for any occasion, both business and social.

The Hotel Grand Chancellor specialises in corporate events, gala dinners, school formals and weddings.

The flexibility of the unique facilities allow for a 500-person seated gala dinner in the Grand Ballroom, while easily accommodating another 300 at dinner in the Chancellor Ballroom.

Equipped with leading-edge technology, lighting and sound, the professional AV team will ensure your event is flawless and impeccably executed.

The hotel's chefs offer a range of enticing dishes, tailored to suit all taste preferences. The contemporary Australian menu is uncomplicated and provides an unforgettable culinary experience. Inspiration is drawn from fresh, seasonal produce, sure to impress your guests.

Every event at Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane is meticulously planned to ensure a flawless and impeccably executed affair.

A range of packages are on offer and the professional, dedicated events team will work with you to fine tune your requests as well as offer their experience to enhance your event.

Your guests have access to more than 200 accommodation rooms where they can relax and enjoy the hotel facilities, and discover the gracious hospitality on offer.

 


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