Better meeting facilities are to be found at the Lawrance
It’s always good to know that when you’re travelling on business, everything works towards helping you get more done.
That’s why the Lawrance Apart-Hotel is outfitted with everything you need for work as well as leisure. It’s all part of making sure you have a great experience no matter what you need to achieve.
Of course like many hotels we have conference facilities that can be booked for meetings. However a standout feature of our apart-hotels is the provision of meeting spaces in the guest suites themselves.
Our guests tell us that these are perfect for hosting conference calls and meetings. Combined with a large and comfortable lounge area, these spaces help make apartments at the Lawrance a natural choice to rendezvous with local contacts. No more sitting around in crowded cafés!
At many hotels, the ‘work’ facilities consist of not much more than a desk and a wireless internet connection. And while for many of us this would be technically all we need, the experience can always be made more comfortable and more conducive to creativity.
The spacious, beautiful rooms are ideal environments for feeling more productive and inspired during the working day. Light, airy and modern, an apartment here rivals any other working space.
Another draw for business travellers looking to get the most out of their visit is the proximity of the Lawrance hotels to local conference venues. In Harrogate we’re directly opposite the Harrogate International Conference Centre – one of the top venues in Yorkshire for trade shows and expositions of all kinds. And The Lawrance York’s similarly central location makes it ideal for access to conferences throughout the city, including at the University of York.
Millions of business trips are taken every year in this country, but too few hotels make the effort to properly cater to those travellers’ needs. Our unique facilities and caring service are what keep our customers returning again and again on their visits to Harrogate and York.
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