Conference Planning Is Hard, Here’s How To Make It Simple

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When planning a conference, your number one priority is to make a good impression on your interstate or international guests and to change the preconception that Adelaide pales in comparison to the larger cities’ allure. We know Adelaide is incredible, but there’s so many great venue options that prove that fact, so how do you choose?

Hotel Grand Chancellor is one of our favourite venues in Adelaide. Not only are they in a great location nestled amongst the laneways and new culture of bars, coffee shops and bistros, but they have everything you need to make your conference the perfect one and show the East coasters that Adelaide can compete with the best of them.

With eight conference rooms, from small meeting or breakout spaces each with flowing fresh air and natural light through to an elegant ballroom featuring a 5.5 metre decorative ceiling, you’re sure to inspire awes and ahhs from your guests. Not only are the rooms beautiful, but they’re fully equipped with high definition data projectors and wide projection screens provided by Staging Connections.

Now, to the most important part – the catering. Don’t expect a standard coffee break or a standard bowl of mints, that’s not their style. Boring conference food, not with them. Imagine timber boards laden with fresh South Australian produce, welcome your guests for a seated lunch in Bistro Sixty5, or network with colleagues in the spacious pre-function area and outdoor balcony. The Hotel is your oyster.

At the end of it all, relax and complete your guests luxurious experience with a choice of three styles of comfy and well-appointed accommodation rooms. You can rest easy knowing that comfort, service and flexibility are paramount at the Hotel Grand Chancellor and that from the moment of arrival their focus is totally on you and your guests.

We can’t see anything more impressive than that! The best part is, your guests don’t even have to leave the hotel’s front doors to experience a bite sized piece of the best that SA has to offer. They offer produce and beverages from regions like the Barossa Valley, Fleurieu Peninsula, Adelaide Hills and Kangaroo Island, as well as stocking iconic SA brands such as Haigh’s Chocolates, Farmers Union Iced Coffee, Bickfords and Charlesworth Nuts. Your guests will also be able to enjoy a couple of drinks from Coopers, Vale Brewing and Prancing Pony, or for the discerning wine connoisseur; Henschke, Rockford, Jacobs Creek and Penfolds.

If this sounds like the perfect way for you to show your guests the best Adelaide has to offer, why not pop in or give them a buzz on (08) 8231 5552 to have a chat and see how they can make your conference the best your guests have ever seen.

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