Melbourne is the capital of Victoria. It is the second most populated city in Australia. The city centre is the hub of the metropolitan area. The population of Melbourne is 4.1 million people. The central business district is the financial hub in Australia. The city boasts the headquarters of the world’s two mining houses Billiton and Rio Tinto Group. Crown and Tabcorp two of the largest gaming companies are based in the City centre as well as Telstra telecommunications group and Foster’s Group the brewing company. Melbourne also has the administrative centre for the city of Melbourne and hosts the Government of Victoria. The city centre has an incredible transport system with major taxi terminals and five railway stations. Trams and busses run down the major intersections in the inner city most bus routes service the suburbs. People who wish to cycle to work have major bicycle routes that will take them into the city centre.
When looking at meeting room hire in Melbourne one is spoilt for choice. Hotels such as the Grand Hotel Melbourne can accommodate 22 guests in their Sheoak Room. It is fitted with a boardroom table with wireless communication and audio visual equipment. Clients can take breaks in a private courtyard just off the room. Any additional audio equipment will be ordered in for you. Many meeting rooms are available in the city centre. One needs to establish the needs of your client and the number of people attending and all this will be arranged. These rooms are flexible and will accommodate your every need. They are also available for more than one day; bookings can be made up to 3 days in succession. When booking your function room be sure to allocate the number of people, how many days and your audio equipment requirements. Meeting rooms come standard with notepads and pens you can provide your own should you wish them to be branded. Their staff is always prepared for those little emergencies and will take care of all your needs.
Meeting rooms take care of all your catering needs right through from breakfasts, to working lunches or dinners. Most rooms either supply a coffee machine for the room or you will be served coffee and tea in a breakaway area either in the morning or the afternoon. You can plan your menus for the day with stipulations of people who have allergies etc. Meeting room staff goes out of their way to make sure you do not have a stressful day worrying about the semantics.