Le Meridien Dubai launches The Events Hub

Conference and banqueting facilities at Le Meridien Dubai and Conference Centre rebranded as The Events Hub with dedicated team of event planners

The Great Ballroom.
The Great Ballroom.

Le Meridien Dubai and Conference Centre has introduced The Events Hub, which will assist guests in organising a varitey of events, ranging from business meetings and weddings to fashion shows and MICE events.

"We are excited to see the growth in our conference and events business and hence we have taken the decision to create an identity, or as some may call it a brand, for the expansive conference and banqueting facilities. The introduction of Events Hub further solidifies Le Meridien Dubai as a preferred MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conference, and Exhibition) destination," said Le Meridien Dubai Complex general manager Shaun Parsons.

State-of-the-art technology and catering options are included throughout the 24 conference and meeting venues including three ballrooms. The venues can host board meetings of 10 persons to gala events for up to 1,750 guests spanning across 6,000m2.

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The Great Ballroom, which is one of Dubai’s tallest (9.5m) and most spacious ballroom venues, at 1,515m2 in size, can be divided into three sections that are each equipped with individual walk-in live kitchens, featuring built in hot plates, tandoor and contemporary ovens and wok stations.

Le Meridien Dubai also has interconnecting break out spaces, can accommodate up to 700 vehicles and has ground floor private access to all three of the ballrooms.

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