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Trinidad and Tobago Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 100
Total Sleeping Rooms 6,000
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 428
Committable Meeting Rooms* 13
Average Hotel Room Rate TTD TT$1,513
Average Daily Meal Cost TTD TT$724
Average Weekly Car Rental TTD TT$2,853
*Maximum for a single hotel

Trinidad and Tobago Meeting Venue Spotlight

Cascadia Hotel And Conference Centre

67 Ariapita Avenue
St. Ann's
Phone: 868-623-4208
Total Meeting Space - 1,182 Sq. Mtr.

Hilton Trinidad & Conference Centre

The upscale Hilton Trinidad and Conference Centre spans 25 acres of landscaped grounds overlooking the Gulf of Paria and Queen's Park Savannah. Within walking distance of downtown Port of Spain and a 40-minute drive from the Piarco International Airport, the Hilton features 412 balconied rooms, 126 of which were recently renovated. Three restaurants, four bars and lounges, a fitness center and on-site salon are also found within the hotel's spacious interior.

With Caribbean-colored decor, elegant chandeliers and expansive windows, the Hilton Trinidad and Conference Centre is a stunning space to host a meeting or event. Its modern facilities can accommodate up to 1,000 people among 2,192 square meters of meeting and exhibit space. The recently-renovated 964-square-meter Grand Ballroom makes for an elegant reception locale. To enjoy the pleasant tropical scenery, the hotel also features the outdoor 89-square-meter North Tea Terrace, two Savannah Terraces totaling 613 square meters, and 4,331-square-meter Pool Side Terrace. Hilton Trinidad also has 20 flexible function rooms ranging in size from 30 to 494 square meters.

A world-class venue, the conference centre at Hilton Trinidad has hosted such groups as IBM Canada and the Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers Association. Events such as the Energy Caribbean Conference have also been held at the hotel.

Hyatt Regency Trinidad

Unveiled in 2007, the Port of Spain Hyatt Regency Trinidad is the only first-class oceanfront hotel on Trinidad. The 22-story structure boasts 428 guest rooms with stunning views, a cutting edge fitness center, an 836-square-meter spa, four restaurants and a rooftop infinity pool and terrace.

Located 27 kilometers north of Piarco International Airport, the Hyatt Regency Trinidad is part of the $220 million Port of Spain International Waterfront Centre development project. Upon completion, the Waterfront Centre is expected to have, among other amenities, a 1,200-space public parking garage, an auditorium and performing arts theater, and the English-speaking Caribbean's largest conference space at just over 5,000 square meters.

Well equipped for meetings or conferences of varying sizes, the Hyatt Regency has 3,994 square meters of meeting space, including a 14-seat boardroom, two ballrooms, and 12 breakout rooms ranging in size from 53 to 118 square meters. Perfect for receptions, the Port of Spain Ballroom can accommodate 1,100 people, while the 1,486-square-meter Regency Ballroom has room for 1,700 people.

The hotel's curved lines and natural stone are accented by an island palette of red, fuchsia, ochre, blue and green, bringing the spirit and liveliness of the island atmosphere indoors. The Hyatt Regency Trinidad features world-class business amenities and features, including superb in-house catering, a full-service business center and audio-visual services. Guests may access high-speed wired and wireless Internet in meeting rooms, public areas and guest rooms. With an accommodating attitude and world class facilities, the Hyatt Regency Trinidad has hosted groups such as the Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers Association, Trinidad and Tobago Ministry of Finance, and Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission.

 
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