Wyboston Lakes Resort completes latest phase of its new Woodlands Events Centre
Wyboston Lakes Resort completes latest phase of its new Woodlands Event Centre
The latest phase of the £3m investment in The Woodlands Event Centre, that forms part of Wyboston Lakes Resort’s conference and events facilities, is complete -and the transformation is impressive, with creative design combined with flexibility and technology everywhere.
The Beech (pictured) is typical of the many inspiring new conference and meeting rooms. It’s among the most versatile as it’s not one, not two but 3 different rooms! It can be a small board room, a larger meeting space or a room that can fit over 80 comfortably.
The capacity of the Rosewood, the main conference room (pictured) has increased by over 50 per cent and can now accommodate 600 delegates, while new and different is the Yew Technology Theatre,
An 86” LED display installed in the Yew Technology Theatre allows for increased engagement, collaboration and creativity among participants, while Dolby Atmos speakers provide an immersive sound experience.
All the new conference and meeting rooms are equipped with top of the range venue AV and IT technology to create infinite flexibility for organisers.
The Rosewood Suite features Panasonic PT-RZ series laser projectors with Infinity display screen, for the sharpest and brightest image quality currently available. Sennheiser digital mics offers studio quality audio and Crestron controlled lighting allows organisers the ability to quickly set and adjust lighting levels to suit the demands of the event.
A new refreshment bar concept by artisan coffee specialists Paddy & Scott’s will keep conference guests refuelled throughout the day with a wide range of drinks and snacks. The venue has also added games areas, mobile bars and barbeques to enhance the delegate experience.
Louisa Watson, Director of Marketing for Wyboston Lakes Resort says: “The response from clients has been exciting. We wanted to create an event centre for now and for the future. There is still more work to be done but we’re on course to achieve our aim.”