Thursday, October 1, 2009
Change Your View On The Ultimate Meeting Room
Welcome to Level 8 meetings and events at the Hilton Brisbane. Prepare to have your view changed on the ultimate venue for conferences and meetings, private dinners – business or pleasure – and memorable social celebrations. Level 8 will elevate your view of conference and meeting venues.
Boutique in every aspect from décor to personalised service, privacy and comfort, our meeting rooms are bathed in natural light, packed with state of the art technology yet stylishly devoid of clutter to provide the most creative, inspirational and soul energising environment.
Previously an observation deck, Level 8 was redeveloped in the hotel’s extensive refurbishment program in 2006. The large open space was redesigned into three superb meeting rooms, equipped with the very latest in technology.
Designed for the discerning conference client who demands a comfortable and flexible space, Level 8 meetings and events spirits guests away from the frantic pace of business life to an oasis where, the imagination is fired and the corporate and creative soul re-energised. Bathed in natural light from floor to ceiling windows, these pillar-less rooms offer extraordinary views of the city and outstanding hospitality and service clients have come to expect from Hilton Brisbane.
Located at mezzanine level away from the hustle and bustle of the hotel, Level 8 offers guests a high level of privacy. Catering for up to 60 delegates (theatre style) and featuring a large pre-function area, level 8 offers amazing flexibility of space as boardroom by day becomes spectacular private dinner venue by night.
Meeting packages on Level 8 can be tailored specifically to the clients needs. Day delegate packages start from $79.00 per person and include a whiteboard or flipchart, pens, pads, mints, arrival espresso coffee, morning & afternoon tea breaks and lunch in the Atrium Restaurant. For private dinners the opportunities are endless, choose from our celebrity inspired ‘Creative Catering’ menus or have our Chef design something special from our ‘Quintessentially Queensland’ menu.
Complementing the boutique-style Level 8 facilities is the extensive range of event space on Level 5. This 2500 sqm state of the art, purpose-built event floor accommodates up to 2000 delegates and offers a range of small meeting rooms as well as expansive pre-function areas and two elegant ballrooms.
Since opening its doors in 1986, the Hilton Brisbane has been regarded a true international hotel. One of the hotels to be designed by award-winning Australian architect Harry Seidler, Hilton Brisbane features an eye-catching curved design and boasts the largest atrium in Australasia, stretching 83 metres in height and topped by a spectacular glass dome. All 319 accommodation levels open out onto the atrium, giving the hotel a sense of spaciousness and light.
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