• The Hotel Concord Introduces New Meeting and Event Spaces

     
    POSTED May 23, 2019
     
  • The Hotel Concord Introduces New Meeting and Event Spaces

     
    POSTED May 23, 2019
     

The Hotel Concord diversifies its meeting and events facilities as it opens two new executive boardrooms. The boardrooms can accommodate smaller meetings and events in addition to the venue’s two larger meeting rooms. 

Named after the Revolutionary War General and his wife, The John Stark Room and The Molly Stark Room accredit two of the most famous colonial figures in New Hampshire. The rooms accommodate eight to 10 guests with a boardroom style table, speaker phone and LCD projector. Coffee, tea and water service is provided while guests enjoy views of the capital city’s Merrimack River. 

The luxury boutique hotel seeks to fill the industry’s demand for small meeting spaces while continuing to offer its two large event rooms. For larger groups, The Concord Room can accommodate 50 to 85 people, and The New Hampshire Room can accommodate 150 to 225 people. 

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