Asia Pacific Hall

Room #: 100
Floor:
Main
Square Feet:
6,500
Room set-up:
Fixed seating
Capacity:
154 (See Floor Plan)

Asia Pacific Hall is a dramatic and inspiring space designed for dialogue and interaction, featuring natural light from the 16-foot heritage windows and a magnificent 26-foot coffered heritage ceiling. Five concentric tiers provide generous seating in leather ergonomic chairs for 154 delegates, with a built-in microphone at every seat. Optional technology at each desk includes simultaneous language interpretation and internet connection. All multimedia presentations, including videoconferencing, are shown on large opposing screens that are visible from all chairs. Dual projection is provided by high-resolution systems.

Features of Asia Pacific Hall

  • Adjustable leather ergonomic chairs with seating for 154. Additional seating for up to 20 can be set up on the west side of the hall.
  • Desks wired with 100 Mbps internet connection (wireless also available).
  • Individual microphones--everyone has a voice.
  • Built-in simultaneous language interpretation for up to five languages (UN compliant).
  • Videoconference-capable for up to 154 participants. This built-in system allows for easy activation--extend your meeting to the world.
  • Dual projection on opposing screens for unobstructed viewing.
  • Two meeting chair positions and four additional presenter stations provide options for conference design, depending on your agenda and the number of delegates/speakers.

Asia Pacific Hall is ideal for:

  • National and international association conferences                                        
  • Corporate annual general meetings, strategic planning sessions, product information 
  • Government meetings and conferences—federal, provincial and municipal
  • Academic groups hosting educational conferences or presenting new research
  • Meetings that may generate difficult discussions that require participants to gain an understanding of various points of view
  • Gatherings with cultural diversity among participants, including language barriers
  • Technical presentations requiring superior projection, such as detailed medical or scientific presentations
  • Film screenings or premières
  • Large group videoconferencing/webcasting to participants in other locations
  • Events that require video or audio capturing for archival purposes