Park End Street, Saïd Business School
Conference & events venue - stylish facilities in the heart of the city of Oxford
Reference | BHCPE01
Distance to Oxford City Centre | 0.6 miles
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Saïd Business School is next to Oxford train station and offers a world-class setting for conferences, meetings and events venue.
The original part of the building opened in 2001 and offers a 317-seat auditorium, four Harvard-style lecture theatres, two large classrooms and a wide variety of seminar rooms. The impressive entrance hall provides a flexible space for registration, exhibitions and catering, whilst the 400-seat outdoor amphitheatre offers a truly stunning and unique option for an event. The venue can offer a total of 60 breakout spaces. We can also offer private dining in the small dining room for up to 40 people or gala and award ceremonies in the beautiful Pyramid Room.
The West Wing of Park End Street, now known as the Thatcher Business Education Centre opened in 2012 and offers a wide variety of conference, meeting and exhibition facilities, finished and furnished to the highest of standards and with stunning architecture.
Highlights include three oak-panelled Harvard-style lecture theatres each seating up to 76 delegates, three large flexible classrooms, and 18 boardroom style seminar rooms.
- World-class setting for conferences, meetings and events.
- 16 meeting spaces with capacity for up to 317 guests for dining, buffet, theatre, classroom, boardroom and cabaret functions.
- 60 breakout spaces
- 400-seat outdoor amphitheatre
- 01865 288800
- Saïd Business School,
Park End Street,
- Conference Office
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