Highlight: Conferencing Cresta Gaborone
Cresta Lodge Gaborone offers spacious conference facilities that can accommodate up to 400 delegates. The hotel features 4 different venues which can be configured for small, mid-sized or large events, and it annually plays host to a range of business conferences, ranging from financial services companies to mining type indaba events and corporate getaways.
The facility’s 4 conference venues can be configured in five different ways, making it flexible enough to cater for all types of business, corporate or social events. So whether your executive team needs to break away for a think tank or you’re looking for the ideal venue in Gaborone for an end of year event, Cresta Lodge can help you stage a truly memorable experience. A more detailed look at our Gaborone conference venues can be seen below:
Marakanelo Conference Centre
The Marakanelo Conference Centre is the largest of our venues and able to accommodate 400 guests cinema style. The room can also be arranged banquet-style to seat 220, or cocktail style to host up to 300 people. The Conference Centre has a raised dais and projection screen for use as well.
The Kgotla Room is the second biggest conference facility at Cresta Lodge Gaborone and comfortably seats 250 guests cinema style. The Kgotla Room can also be configured for 1900120 guests for a banquet and for 175 guests cocktail style. Traditionally, the room is set up for 95 delegates for conferences.
The Kopano Rooms is the third biggest of the Cresta Gaborone Conference Venues. It is able to accommodate 150 guest’s cinema style, 100 guests banquet style and 125 guests cocktail style. It is most commonly configured for 90 delegates for conferences.
The Hotel Boardroom is the smallest venue at Cresta Gaborone and ideal for smaller corporate events or break-away think tanks. It can accommodate up to 40 seated in cinema-style and 20 in a U-shape setting. The Boardroom is a flexible venue that can be set up in any way which best serves the type of event or meeting being held.
Contact us to discuss your conferencing needs today on +267 397 5375, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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