Seminar Room 3/4Ground Floor

This versatile ground floor room is roughly square and has acoustic movable walls which, when closed, separate the room into two roughly even-sized rooms, Seminar Room 3 and Seminar Room 4, either with or without a small foyer. The room has natural daylight, natural ventilation and daylight tubes.

Typical uses include: training courses, meetings, exams, workshops, case conferences, presentations, rehearsals, breakout groups, exhibitions, banquets.

Seminar Room 3 & 4 Manchester King's House Conference Centre

Room Layout Options

Cabaret LayoutCabaret Layout
Capacity 56
Horseshoe Layout
Capacity 20
Classroom LayoutClassroom Layout
Capacity 34
Banquet LayoutBanquet Layout
Capacity 72
Boardroom Layout
Capacity 28
Exam LayoutExam Layout
Capacity 61
Theatre LayoutTheatre Layout
Capacity 85
U-Shaped LayoutU-Shape Layout
Capacity 16

Numbers shown are absolute maximums. Catering, displays and event duration may affect these numbers.

Standard Equipment in Room

  • Conference chairs.
  • 6 foot long fold-up tables.
  • 5 foot round fold-up tables.
  • Coat rail with coat hangers.
  • Single flipchart with paper and pens.
  • Lectern.
  • Large pull-down projection screen in Seminar Room 3.
  • Pull-down projection screen in Seminar Room 4.
  • Wi-Fi access for all.
  • Induction loop system.

Extras

The following equipment is available to hire at an extra cost:

  • Ceiling-mounted LCD projectors in
    both sides of the room.
  • Laptop.
  • DVD player.
  • Laptop speakers.
  • Portable PA system.
  • Additional flipcharts.
  • Folding exam desks.
  • Table linen.
  • Conference telephone.

I thought King’s House Conference Centre were excellent, very accommodating and I would definitely recommend them to anyone who is running a conference or training event. The staff were fantastic and met all our requirements in a professional and friendly manner.

Organisation Council for Disabled Children
Make an enquiry

Looking for a conference venue?

Photos of Seminar Room 3/4

How does Seminar Room 3/4 sound to you?