Conference and event organisers to enjoy trio of perks at Melbourne Marriott

Conference and event organisers to enjoy trio of perks at Melbourne Marriott

The Melbourne Marriott is one of the city's premier destinations when it comes to hosting conferences and events, and its offering just got a whole lot sweeter.

For guests who book their next meeting or event by15 September this year, the Melbourne Marriott is offering the choice of three perks from the following options:

  • Five per cent off master-billed rooms
  • One in ten delegates goes free
  • Triple points
  • One complimentary room night for every 25 paid room nights
  • One complimentary room upgrade for every 25 paid room nights

The event spaces at the hotel, which is located within the heart of the CBD, each boast their own individual character and design.

From the elegant trimmings of the Yarra Suite to the sophisticated and intimate Moojerr boardroom, guests are sure to find a unique space for their meeting or event that can be well-supported by delicious catering.

The hotel offers meeting and board rooms on a single level for optimum efficiency, as well as the latest technology and room setup for a seamless experience.

Take advantage of Marriott's 'Meetings Imagined' to develop design ideas and technology requests for your next event.

Click here to enquire

 

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