Park Central Revamps Meeting Spaces
Thursday February 13th, 2014 - 4:27PM GCD
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NEW YORK—As part of Park Central’s multi-million dollar renovation, the hotel has unveiled revamped meeting spaces.
Jeffrey Beers International’s renovations have updated the hotel with modern amenities to reflect the past and rich history of the hotel, according to the company.
Park Central’s revamped meeting spaces are a combined 15,000 sq. ft. of space consisting of 11 meeting rooms, one boardroom and one exhibition area. The mezzanine level provides private, conference center-like space and the boardroom features places power and voice modules and a permanently mounted LED monitor with projection capabilities.
All meeting spaces are equipped with high-speed wireless, multiple power sources and flexible lighting options. Park Central also offers pre-function areas outfitted with elegant furniture and displays for cocktail receptions. All meeting spaces offer a full line of audio visual and presentation services by request. Specifically, the Manhattan Skyline, Park I & II, Times Square and Broadway rooms feature soundproof air walls.
In addition to Park Central’s renovated meeting spaces, the hotel also offers 761 guestrooms, a two- story lobby and entirely new signature restaurant concept and “Grab-and-Go” shop.
Tags: Park Central Hotel • Manhattan • Jeffrey Beers International • Hospitality • Architecure & Interiors • Guest Facing • Construction/Renovation •
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