IHG launches ‘Unique Meetings’ rooms

Meetings at the IHG properties feature cooking classes, beach activities and weaving workshops

The meeting rooms are aimed at those looking for non-traditional meetings that are conducive to productivity
The meeting rooms are aimed at those looking for non-traditional meetings that are conducive to productivity

InterContinental Hotels (IHG) has launched its Unique Meetings rooms, a portfolio of event spaces and experiences.

The meeting rooms are aimed at those looking for non-traditional meetings that are conducive to productivity.

The Unique Meetings rooms will be featured at the Crowne Plaza Abu Dhabi - Yas Island with an interactive balloon painting session to release tension.

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InterContinental Al Jubail will house meeting spaces at its private beach that offer a selection of water sports and beach activities.

Meetings at the Crowne Plaza Manama offer a Bahraini breakfast with basket weaving and pottery workshops.

Oman’s InterContinental Muscat meetings will feature a private cooking demonstration and a class with the property’s executive chef.

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