Beijing's Nuo eyes the corporate market
The 1,600-sq m, pillar-free Yongle Grand Ballroom, named after the Ming Dynasty’s most formidable emperor who bore a monicker meaning “Perpetual Happiness”, is a showcase of flexibility. It can be divided into four smaller rooms equipped with 75 sq m wide screen capabilities while the ballroom foyer is ideal for pre-function events and coffee or tea breaks.
Its nine-metre high ceiling, featuring an array of giant crystal chandeliers and a contemporary “cracked iceberg” design, is outfitted for flexible lighting installations to suit any event, along with dynamic LED lighting to change and enhance a room’s mood at the touch of a button, and direct access elevators with the capability to accommodate a car, perfect for product launches and automotive exhibitions. Both the Yongle Grand Ballroom and the foyer boast natural daylight.The hotel is promoting three corporate annual party packages inclusive of tailor-made Chinese/Western menus, room voucher of weekend stay in Deluxe room for one night for Lucky Draw, use of hotel basic sound system and audio visual equipment, free flow two hours soft drinks, one VIP Function Room (subject to availability) and four hours’ set up.