MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/25/13 -- At the Melbourne Marriott Hotel, wanting style and sophistication doesn't mean having to blow the budget. With its Melbourne hotel specials on meetings and events, planners can save on elegant soirees, professional meetings, large conferences and fun-filled celebrations.
With 4,650 square feet of state-of-the-art event space, this five-star Marriott hotel in Melbourne can accommodate functions both big and small. Its six meeting rooms are fully equipped with the latest in technology and presentation materials, guaranteeing every event is a success. Exhibition Room will cater up to 250 guests; offering floods of natural light and a view of Exhibition Street, this space is a refreshing take on a traditional event space. For elegance on a more intimate scale, the Yarra Suite is outfitted with sparkling chandeliers and can host up to 90 guests.
Events of every size can benefit from the two special offers at this conference venue in Melbourne. Meet with Marriott for Triple Rewards where meeting planners can pick three of the below benefits when booking and hosting their event by September 30, 2013.
•5% allowable attrition above standard contract policy •1 complimentary room per 35 •2% rebate off the master account •5% discount when signing the contract within 2 weeks of the proposal •Up to 100,000 Marriott Rewards® bonus points
It's never too early to start thinking about the holidays, and in addition to Melbourne boardroom and meeting room space, the Melbourne Marriott Hotel is also the ideal venue for parties. Those who book a holiday party before March 31, 2013 will get 10% off plus an accommodation gift certificate. Party offers include Essence on Exhibition restaurant, where guests will enjoy a two- or three-course set menu ($45 and $55 per person, respectively); prices include a festively themed table. For a more festive gathering, a private room booking starts at $90 per person for a two-course set menu, $100 for a three-course set menu or $120 for a buffet. The private room offer includes a three-hour beverage package and holiday decorations.
About the Melbourne Marriott Hotel
At the five-star Melbourne Marriott Hotel, guests will find the inviting warmth of a boutique hotel with style that's far grander than its size. Luxurious accommodations offer plenty of space and amenities including a work desk, iPod dock, high-speed wireless Internet access, 42-inch LCD TV, toaster, coffee/tea service and a plush bedding package. Guests can stay active or relax with a fitness center, table tennis, indoor/outdoor pool, sauna and whirlpool. To fuel a full day, whether sightseeing or working, grab a coffee boost at the Espresso Bar. Later in the day, enjoy a leisurely meal featuring local, seasonal produce at Essence on Exhibition before meeting friends or colleagues for cocktails at Elements.
With a location in the heart of the city, this Melbourne CBD hotel is a convenient base for exploring the area. Shop along nearby Bourke and Collins streets, take in culture and cuisine in Chinatown, cheer on your favorite teams at Rod Laver Arena, MCG and Etihad Stadium, explore the arts at the Melbourne Museum or travel back in time at the Royal Exhibition Building. The Melbourne Marriott Hotel is a top choice with both corporations and brides-to-be, hosting everything from meetings and weddings in its 4,650 square feet of event space. Event coordinators, custom catering and a full-service business center pull everything together for the big day.
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Melbourne Marriott Hotel
Corner Exhibition & Lonsdale Streets
Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
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