The Cotton Theatre, the Adamson Suite and the Pioneer Room are just a few of the 18 suites in the Manchester Conference Centre that can be used for many different purposes. These 18 suites also includes 12 syndicate rooms for more informal and low-key meetings, and also two of the suites are tiered theatres, suitable for accommodating up to 280 people, so you don’t have to worry about capacity. The expert team at this professional venue can ensure that whatever kind of function or event you are attending or hosting in one of their suites that everything will go smoothly. If you are hosting an event, they can offer a package that tailors to your needs and any specific requirements you may have, such as budget and occasion. The Manchester Conference Centre is the chief scene for all your business needs!
If after a long day of meetings you need somewhere to unwind and stay the night, the Pendulum Hotel right next door to the Conference Centre is the perfect place. Named after the “Foucault pendulum” that hangs in the main hallway in this beautiful hotel, they have over 100 suites that you can choose from to kick back and relax in. Whether you get the essential single bedroom, or splash out on an luxurious executive suite, all the rooms include tea/coffee making facilities, soft comfortable beds, fluffy towers and free WiFi so all throughout your stay at the Pendulum Hotel you stay connected. Whether you want to spend the night in your hotel room watching the equipped flat screen TV with 24-hour room service, or having a meal or drink in the restaurant, bar or coffee shop inside the hotel, a night at the Pendulum after a long day of board meetings is just what you need.
The Conference Centre venue is situated in the middle of this big, busy cosmopolitan city, and there is culture and opportunity round every corner. If you’re into clubs, maybe have a look at Warehouse Project Nightclub or the Paradise Factory. If you’re an art-lover, Urbis at the Cathedral Gardens promotes the new futuristic art style that Manchester is becoming so famous for as well as celebrating street art and urban music. Maybe if you’re into more traditional art, the immensely popular Whitworth Art Gallery might be more up your street. Furthermore, Manchester Apollo or Manchester Academy is there for all the music lovers, no matter what genre you’re into, and the Museum of Science and Industry and the Manchester Museum is for all the science enthusiasts. No matter what you love, Manchester will have something to offer, and it’ll be close to the Conference Centre.
The Manchester Conference Centre is the ideal place to hold an event of any kind, and this big city is the perfect place for it.