APCS 2017 Location: Harbour Grand Hong Kong
23 Oil Street, North Point, Hong Kong
The award-winning Harbour Grand Hong Kong is just a two-minute walk away from the MTR station. With 12,700 sq ft (1,179.9 sq m) of meeting and conference space, it is an ideal venue for all kinds of MICE activities. The 6,200 sq ft pillar-less Grand Ballroom can accommodate up to 700 guests in theatre-style setting and 280 guests in classroom-style setting. Boasting iconic Harbour Victoria Harbour view, seven Salon Rooms are flexibly configured to cater for any type and scale of signing ceremony, meeting, conference or seminar.
Other benefits include limousine service to and from airport for the organiser, complimentary use of internet in both guest room and meeting venue, unlimited serving of soft drinks during meeting lunch and complimentary use of meeting room at Business Centre, one-hour complimentary use of rooftop viewing deck for daytime group activities. Enjoy additional benefits for minimum two nights’ stay – complimentary cocktail reception at the hotel and waived charge on overnight pre-set up.
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