The Hotel Concord unveiled two executive boardrooms on property. The rooms are named after Revolutionary War General John Stark and his wife Molly Stark, two of New Hampshire’s most famous colonial figures.
The Molly Stark Room and The John Stark Room can accommodate eight to ten people and offer views of the Merrimack River as well as feature ample natural light.
Each room has a boardroom style table, speaker phone and LCD projector. The rooms provide the perfect space for smaller business meetings, such as off-site corporate meetings, lunch meetings and other events.
“There’s a big demand for meeting space for smaller gatherings and these two executive board rooms help meet that demand,” said David V. Shamoian, president & CEO of the Bravo Zulu Hospitality Group, which manages The Hotel Concord. “Being Concord’s luxury boutique hotel, our meeting spaces offer an event center experience that’s simply the best in the market.”
The new executive boardrooms compliment the hotel’s Event Center, which has two larger meeting rooms. The Concord Room can accommodate up to 50 people for a seated event and 85 people for a reception. The New Hampshire Room can accommodate 150 people for a seated event and up to 225 for receptions.
The Hotel Concord can also coordinate special events at the Red River Theatres located in the Capital Commons building with The Hotel Concord.
Located on the fourth and sixth floors of the Capital Commons building, the 38-room hotel is in downtown Concord. Each room is a different shape and size offering each guest a distinctive experience with high-tech amenities. The hotel also features The Lobbyist, which serves drinks nightly and continental breakfast daily.
Information is based off a press release from The Hotel Concord.