Sheraton Resort's Meeting Space to Come Sooner Than Expected


The Sheraton Cable Beach Resort, the newest hotel in Nassau, Bahamas, has moved up the completion date of its new meeting facilities to December 2007—two months ahead of schedule.

Now slated to open on December 15, Sheraton Cable Beach Resort’s meetings facilities will consist of 25,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor function space, which can accommodate meetings or events of up to 1,200 attendees. The largest facility—a 12,500-square-foot ballroom—will be complemented by four additional breakout rooms for meetings and banquets, as well as pre-function areas for group registration, cocktail receptions and meeting breaks. All meeting facilities will be equipped with the latest audiovisual equipment and high-speed Internet access; a full-service business center will also be available to all guests. Those interested in organizing incentive travel for employees or hosting meetings in the Bahamas can save up to $20,000 when they book one of the new meetings and incentive group packages offered by the Sheraton Cable Beach Resort.

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