Most of the time, effective team meetings are ones that are well-planned and conducted with a purpose. However, one sure fire way to make sure your team meetings are even more effective is to choose the right location to hold them. Of course you could hold your meeting in the same office conference room, but you have meetings there every week. This could be hindering your team’s creativity, so why not shake things up by holding the meeting at an off-site location? Sound appealing? Well we’ve got ya covered with plenty of unique meeting space that will be sure to get everyone’s creative juices following! Check them out below:
How about holding your next important conference in the former college of James Joyce? Indeed Belvedere house was the original school house for Belvedere College, where the infamous writer attended in the 1890s. The study room was refurbished in 2014 and still features the original ornate plaster work of the Georgian Building. How’s that for inspiration!
The Irish Aviation Authority Conference centre offers meeting room facilities and professional business services only a stone's throw from Trinity College, O’Connell Street and the IFSC. The historic building is complimented by stylishly modern decor making it a unique space to host your meetings, conferences and briefings. With a team of dedicated professionals on hand, state-of-the-art equipment and various catering options your next business event is bound to be a success.
Smock Alley is a beautifully restored 17th-century Theatre along the banks of the River Liffey. The Theatre has a fabulous and unique banquet hall which can be used for a manner of different events. Why not host your next conference or meeting in a superb cultural location?
There’s a reason The Wilde Iconic offices keep cropping up in our posts, and the picture speaks for itself! There are plenty of stylish meeting and conference rooms available in this stunning space, so you won’t be stuck for choice. The offices are located just off Merrion Square in a gorgeous renovated Georgian Building combining history and modernity.
Perhaps you’re looking for a more intimate and quirky space for a meeting or team building exercise? Then the Launchpad in Trinity College is perfect. In the past, the space has been used for presentations, and entrepreneurship events. The space is located in a foyer of the Library beside the book of Kells.
Located right in the centre of Dublin 2, The Drury Buildings have a cool urban thinking space to gather, present or regroup. The space is designed to aid the creative process and encourage occupants to think outside the book in order to create new ideas and strategies. There are breakfast lunch and dinner menus provided.