Mercure Dubai Barsha Heights – Hotel Suites and Apartments shakes things up with its brand-new meeting spaces called ‘4041’ that “encourage you to take your business discussions out of the usual boardroom and into a brighter, livelier setting.”
The four-star hotel on Sheikh Zayed Road has created a completely unique space for hosting a variety of events by combining two levels of the property – 40 and 41 – to create a large and flexible duplex that houses eight remarkable meeting rooms.
The customisable spaces are set along both faces of the building, offering panoramic views of the city or sea irrespective of which room you are in. The meeting rooms have the added convenience of being able to be booked with adjacent ones for additional space and the possibility of using one of four urban-cool lounges that also can be modified to meet the needs of any style of event.
The brand-new meeting space is designed to inspire, whether it is for a training session, conference call or just a change of scene. Each room features plenty of natural daylight and comes with high-quality AV equipment, outstanding catering, and a capacity to accommodate 20 to 100 persons.
The distinctive Mercure feature of putting up locally inspired art can be seen throughout 4041. The walls are decorated with large customised sketches of old and new Dubai cityscapes, a motif that continues throughout the hotel’s newly launched suites as well.
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