Located in the heart of City Centre, the InterContinental® Toronto Centre Hotel is an innovative and dynamic venue for meetings, conferences, corporate events, and group retreats. With more than 18,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event space, including two chic Next Generation Boardrooms, our hotel is the perfect venue, for everything from team building sessions and training seminars to executive interviews and awards ceremony galas.
Hotel Conference Rooms & Meeting Venues
The InterContinental Toronto Centre Hotel offers a choice of modern meeting spaces, from spacious and elegant ballrooms to inspirational boardrooms. Each of our dynamic venues feature stylish décor, Wi-Fi and state-of-the-art audio/visual capabilities. Stay connected with fax, print and copy services in our 24-hour business center and organize your event with our expert meeting planners, who can help you design a custom meeting package to fit your needs.
Next Generation Boardrooms at Toronto Hotel
InterContinental Toronto Centre has taken a commanding lead as the most technologically advanced corporate hotel in Canada. The hotel's two ultra-chic, Next Generation Boardrooms, aptly named Conquest and Visionary, seat up to 22 and 24 people respectively. Each boardroom is equipped with modern meeting equipment such as 60" plasma SMART Boards, video web conferencing and touch-screen controls. Participants sit in sleek, ergonomic black leather office chairs around a contemporary oval conference table of dark wood. The boardrooms are soundproofed and feature a high-end sound system that is perfectly placed and hidden.
Toronto Next Generation Boardroom Amenities
Metallic tiles form an attractive oval on the ceiling above the conference table. With a touch of an icon on an electronic control screen, the tiles part and a high-resolution LCD projector descends into position opposite a drop-down, full projection screen. At the opposite end of the table, two wall-mounted, 60 " plasma screens. Easily broadcast images from the LCD projector or DVD player and VCR. Also, the left screen will split to show video web feeds from up to four different sites, while the right screen projects the visual of the InterContinental Toronto Centre boardroom that is being broadcast to off-site business participants.
The right screen is also a SMART Board (designed by Calgary's Smart Technologies, Inc.), which can be controlled from the accompanying Sympodium interactive lectern. With this technology, the speaker views the computer image of his or her business presentation on the lectern's monitor and uses a stylus to circle or underline key points or to add handwritten notes. These appear simultaneously on the SMART Board's plasma screen, which is displaying the presentation to the audience. With a simple tap on 'Save', software instantly converts the stylus notes into text within the presentation, which can then be printed, e-mailed or posted online at the office or in the hotel's full-service Business Centre.