Meetings Romania: Being part of the European Union, Romania is often a host for major events, summits and international conferences in various fields and industries. In 2017, for exemple, in Bucharest was held, for the third time, NATO Parliamentary Assembly. Also, in Bucharest was organized the Francophonie Summit, Foreign Investors Summit and Romania Oil and Gas Summit. Romania offers a warm welcome to all conference participants around the world.
Even though most of the important events take place in Bucharest, there are currently many cities in Romania that can successfully host conferences: Cluj, Iasi, Brasov, Timisoara and much more.
A corporate location for organizing conferences is the InterContinental Hotel from Bucharest. The Intercontinental Hotel has eight conference rooms that can accommodate a total of 800 people. The largest hall, Ronda Ballroom, has a capacity of 600 people. Of course, in almost every important hotel in Bucharest like Hotelul Crown Plaza, Marriott, Hilton, you will find best conference rooms.
Also, if you are looking for large meetings and events the Exhibit Centre – Romexpo it could be what you are looking for. There are often organized thematic exhibitions in various fields such as agriculture, tourism, construction, interior design, medicine, cultural events and much more.
If you are interested in organizing a grand event or party you can also take into account the Parliament House, which benefits from 11 spacious and luxurious halls.
Business events can be organized also at The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania. The types of events organized include: forums, conferences, congresses, seminars, courses and workshops on business topics, services, products and company presentations, business meetings and partnerships.
A special place where you can host an event is also Snagov Palace. The palace and the field itself are enough elements for your event to be distinguished and elegant. Any event at the Snagov Palace can accommodate 150 to 450 people in a hall with an area of 650 sq meters.
Historical buildings, such the Romanian Athenaeum, the National Museum of Art, the Cantacuzino Palace, the Military Club and the Patriarch’s Palace, can also host functions for up to 800 guests.
Palace Hall in Bucharest is also a conference centre and concert hall immediately behind the National Museum of Art of Romania, the former royal palace in the heart of the city. It has been the site of conferences such as the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, the World Congress on Population, the World Congress on Energy, and the World Congress of the Red Cross. The main hall can accommodate 4,060 spectators.
It is now also used as a general conference and convention center and as a concert venue for events such as the George Enescu Festival.
The main hall has a capacity of above 4,000 people. In addition to it, the entrance hall has a surface area of 2,000 m² and is used as an exhibition space. The Palace Hall offers to the interested clients specially designed rooms and adequate services for organizing round tables, company presentations, symposiums and conferences.
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