Business Travel in Bath
the perfect meeting, conference or business break in Bath
and you’re sure to return year after year.
If you’re looking for an interesting and unusual
place to hold a conference pay a visit to The Wood
Conference Centre [map]
at the City of Bath College. The centre offers state of
the art multi-media facilities and within the main
conference room, there's a video conferencing system
which is connected to the twin video projectors and the
lectern control system.
The main conference
hall here seats more than 200 people and adjacent to this
is an additional space for meetings of up to 50 people
or for exhibitions or catering. There are also two small
seminar rooms capable of seating up to 14 and eight
Alternatively, go for another distinctly different
venue and host your conference at Kingswood School [map],
which is situated at Lansdown Heights and offers stunning
views across the city.
Kingswood is ideally situated for conferences with easy
access from the M4, but is still within walking distance
of the centre of Bath.
The breathtaking 18th century buildings conceal a very
modern interior. Kingswood has a large theatre space as
well as “break out” rooms for informal
meetings and workshops. All equipment including
projectors and sound systems can be hired from Kingswood.
If you’re looking for a comfortable base whilst
in Bath, in which to conduct meetings and catch the odd
moment of relaxation, there’s plenty of luxurious
hotels that should fit the bill.
Menzies Waterside Hotel [map]
in Widcombe Basin offers the kind of comfortable flexible
accommodation that business travellers have come to expect
from the Menzies’ chain of hotels.
With 112 stylish en suite bedrooms guests and colleagues
will be able to rest and recuperate after attending a
conference or banquet in the large theatre or boardroom.
Of course, a business trip shouldn’t be all about
work, work, work and Menzies Waterside Hotel is perfectly
located within easy distance of several popular attractions
including the Roman Baths and Museums [map],
Jane Austin Centre [map],
and The American Museum [map]
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