Spoilt for Choice to Find the Best Venue

The News Letter (Belfast, Northern Ireland), September 28, 1999 | Go to article overview

Spoilt for Choice to Find the Best Venue


THE TEMPLETON Hotel offers an unrivalled conference service with a combination of small meeting rooms and larger suites seating several hundred, anticipating every business need.

Centrally situated in Northern Ireland, it is only 20 minutes from Belfast city centre, Belfast City Airport and ferry terminals.

It is also only 10 minutes from Belfast International Airport, 25 minutes from Larne Harbour and extremely accessible to the spectacular North Antrim coast.

All this adds up to a venue ideally placed for both delegates and speakers, whether visitors or locally based.

Each seminar room is fully equipped with the various technology needed to make a conference go smoothly - telephone sockets, ample power points, state-of-the-art audio visual equipment, and secretarial backing if required.

The De Courcy suite is a large banqueting hall which seats up to 450.

It provides an ideal setting for not just meetings and seminars, but trade shows, exhibitions, workshops and product launches.

The Templeton offers superb hospitality, from comfortable bedrooms all en suite, to excellent restaurant facilities.

The Templeton Restaurant offers a splendid menu with an extensive wine list, the Upton Grill is slightly less formal, while Sam's Bar is an ideal spot to unwind after a successful conference day.

THE NITB approved Lansdowne Court Hotel is situated three miles from Belfast city centre on the Antrim Road at the foot of the Cavehill.

It is convenient to both airports and ferry terminals, and offers 24 luxury en suite bedrooms.

The hotel offers conference facilities of the highest standards. The recently refurbished conference centre, renamed Conference 2000 (C2K) will certainly accomodate your organisation as the Millennium approaches. Fitted with state-of-the-art equipment and serviced by highly trained staff, your conference is sure to have the professionalism needed.

The Lansdowne Court is renowned for its good cuisine. The Palm Court Restaurant and Buttery Bar will both provide the perfect setting, whether it's a light lunch or an evening dinner. Menus can be devised to accomodate your requirements.

Whether you're hosting a trade show, product launch, conference or business

meeting, C2K at the Lansdowne will certainly satisfy your every need.

For further information ring 01232 773317.

SITUATED in pleasant rural surroundings, Lurgan's Silverwood Golf Hotel is only two minutes from the M1 Motorway to Belfast.

The hotel has 29 bedrooms, each with telephone, 21 inch fastext television, satellite reception, radio, CD and cassette system along with ironing board, trouser press and coffeemaking facilities.

Silverwood has an exceptional reputation for food, and the lounge bar provides an excellent lunch and serves bar snacks all day.

Multi-purpose function rooms are the ideal venue for conferences, weddings, dinner-dances and trade shows. Parking is available for up to 400 cars.

The on-site Silverwood Golf Centre consists of a 18 hole parkland course, the nine hole par three course, a putting course and a floodlit driving range. …

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