Workspring at Marriott: The Future of Small Meetings

Marriott is thinking outside of the box when it comes to small meetings. The luxury hotel company has partnered with Steelcase, to recreate the traditional small meeting into “a collaborative work experience that will promote creativity and innovation.”

Entitled, Workspring at Marriott, the new offering is a suite of integrated spaces and common areas specifically for small meetings. The result is a holistic approach underlined by technology and contemporary design.

Workspring at Marriot
“We are seizing the opportunity to offer the new generation of travelers a small meetings environment built to suit their collaborative work style,” said Paul Cahill, senior vice president of brand management for Marriott Hotels & Resorts.
“While some competitors may have nibbled around the edges with incremental and tactical changes, Marriott Hotels & Resorts is leading with a strategic approach to small meetings that hotel guests and nearby businesses will find very appealing.”

The Workspring meeting option will be offered to customers using an inclusive pricing structure that includes the meeting space, a dedicated host, wireless access, office supplies and food and beverage.

Workspring at Marriot
“Workspring’s design focuses on the effectiveness of small groups, enabling them to deliver on clearly defined objectives and mission-critical expectations. The Workspring experience is designed to help our guests do their best work as individuals and teams,” said John Malnor, vice president of Growth Initiatives for Steelcase.

Workspring will be able to accommodate small meetings that have three to 75 people. The Redmond Marriott Town Center, near Seattle, is the first hotel to offer the small meetings suite.

For more information visit www.workspringatmarriott.com.

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