Friday , April 20 2018
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Holiday Inn Resort Vanuatu helps event organisers stay inspired

Event organisers will receive a multitude of benefits at Holiday Inn Resort Vanuatu when it re-opens its doors on June 1. Nearly 15 months after its closure due to damage inflicted by Tropical Cyclone Pam, the resort has just completed a major revitalisation and restoration program.

Holiday Inn Resort Vanuatu provides both flexible and intimate conference solutions with additional benefits ranging from food and beverage delights, creative room set-up, technology inclusions and a friendly team trained to international standards that will make planning and delivery more efficient for event organisers.

Located just minutes from Port Villa town, the resort is a quiet and beautiful haven with exclusive lagoon frontage that its management team believe will inspire delegates at any conference, incentive or event.

With several packages to choose from including versatile function rooms, marquee space on the resort’s private beach and various onsite locations, Holiday Inn Resort Vanuatu can cater for up to 200 delegates.

Simon Douthett, general manager of the Holiday Inn Resort Vanuatu, said: “With the combination of our stunning location, flexible conference and event facilities, and 148 guest rooms including 10 overwater villas located on our very own private Erongo Island, we can offer a variety of professional facilities in addition to our friendly service.”

Full and half day conference packages are available and include room hire, food and beverage catering, as well as complimentary use of a lecterns, projectors, flipcharts and whiteboards.

Extra room accessories available are:

  • Staging
  • PA system (mixer, speakers and/or amplifier and a wired handheld microphone)
  • Wired microphones with table stand
  • Wireless internet connection
  • Marquees
  • Secretariat Services (PC, printer, photocopier)
  • Technical assistance

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