The Mersea Suite
Recently refurbished, the Mersea Suite boasts a fresh look and with its own bar and terrace it stands out as one of the most adaptable meeting rooms in Essex.
Located on the ground floor of the hotel, the suite can accommodate a maximum of 400 guests in a theatre layout and can be split into 3 sections – each section can hold up to 100 guests. Whether you are preparing a large event and need the full suite or want to use one or two sections as breakout rooms, the Mersea Suite offers great flexibility.
The Rushley Suite
The Rushley Suite is a bright suite with its own balcony that overlooks the Lakes golf course and gardens, making it one of the best conference facilities near Colchester. This suite is located on the first floor of the hotel.
When used as a full suite you can make use of your own private bar and dance floor. Conveniently, the suite can also be split into two sections: Rushley 1, which is ideal for private dining as it can welcome up to 100 guests and Rushley 2, which can be used for a drinks reception or a private lounge area with beautiful views.
The Executive Boardroom
As one of the most modern meeting rooms Colchester has to offer, this executive meeting room features state of the art conference facilities for up to 14 delegates and a wonderful view of the golf course with access to a balcony. There is an adjoining breakout room, which is ideal for extra space.
‘I was delivering a training course for the first time and on my own as my colleague had had to return home sick as soon as she arrived..From the start, all the staff at your hotel worked hard to ensure that everything was organised for me as it needed to be. Ravin greeted me and showed me to our training rooms on the first morning and checked I had everything I needed and that the refreshment breaks were as I had asked. A man stayed with me to ensure all the technology was working fine and helped me to connect my camera to a laptop. From that point on, every member of staff I encountered greeted me with courtesy, friendliness and checked out whether they could help.’