Park Regis Birmingham to undertake £650k conference facility overhaul

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    City scape views and an open plan design from fitted led by Tang Interiors on the way.

    Park Regis in Birmingham is to relaunch its conferencing facilities this summer, with a remodelled space boasting 360° views across the city.

    The new space will be fitted out by Tang Interiors, a group company of Birmingham-based Colmore Tang Construction, which specialises in refurbishment and interiors for the commercial, retail, restaurant and hospitality sectors.

    The £650,000 investment in the 16th floor facility will see a new 1,250 sq ft open-plan conference space with floor-to-ceiling windows, accommodating up to 240 delegates.

    Meanwhile, the 15th floor – where the existing conference facilities are located – will be remodelled to create additional meeting rooms and break-out areas, as well as a new bar area.

    In total, the four-star Park Regis will be able to accommodate 450 conference delegates on floors 15 and 16.

    Significant Investment

    “This is a significant investment for us and it will ensure that we remain one of the foremost city centre hotel venues for conferences and business events,” said General Manager Mark Payne.

    “It has given us an opportunity to completely rethink our conference offering and we are excited by  our plans because it will really enhance our existing facilities. Whether businesses and organisations are planning day events or overnight conferences, we are confident that Park Regis will continue to deliver unparalleled corporate facilities and services to delegates.”

    As well as new conference space, delegates will be able to use a dedicated entrance – separate to the hotel – on floor one on the corner of Broad Street, which will take them directly to the 15th floor where there will be a new welcoming reception and cloakroom area.

    Overnight guests will be able to leave their luggage at the reception and it will be taken to their rooms while they attend the conference.

    Katy Phillips / 05.04.2018



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