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Let the Jaipur Marriott Hotel Take Care of Your Modern Meeting Space Needs

JAIPUR, INDIA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/17/14 -- Hotels across the globe have been catering to the Meetings, Incentives, Conferences & Events (MICE) segment for a while now. MICE can be understood as corporate tourism for laymen. Started as a function to cater to the business traveller, the industries have become a dense jungle in terms of MICE offerings. With so much competition, it's about who is a step ahead. With a profuse increase of people traveling for professional affairs, MICE has become an essential function not only for the hospitality industry but business oriented cities too. MICE as a function is making its way into the tourism budgets of a country as well. India is in a determined process of upgrading its MICE offerings with some cities emerging as major business hubs worldwide.

Among other cities, Jaipur is a popular MICE destination; its proximity to the NCR and growing physical infrastructure are credible factors for a lot of corporates and hotels to head there. Its strategic location has also facilitated increased footfalls to the city on account of the leisure tour route -- the Golden Triangle. According to the study of Tholon 2014, Jaipur ranks among the top 50 emerging outsourcing destinations in the world. A hub for precious stones and artwork, Jaipur is high on export of various such products. Being one of the first ever planned cities, Jaipur is at par with exceptional infrastructure for SEZ's. The commercial wing is hoarded in South of Jaipur. The bustling area hosts major corporate houses, industrial units, multiplexes and hotels, one of them being Jaipur Marriott.

From contemporary venues to palace hotels, this city offers unparalleled luxury, great sightseeing and entertainment along with its famed traditional hospitality. Among them, Jaipur Marriott hotel with its contemporary offerings caters to the demand generated by primarily the business segment.

The hotel is a blend of modern convention with cultural traditional ambience. It is entrenched in the cultural legacy of the Pink City and complemented by inviting spaces that stand for refined elegance and a contemporary look. Strategically located in the business hub of the city, Jaipur Marriott has been a preferred MICE destination.

The hotel has 7 seminar rooms and 31000 square feet of total meeting space. The precious stones industry of Jaipur abetted the hotel to christen its conference rooms as Sapphire, Ruby, Topaz and Amber with 9 breakout meeting rooms. With a total capacity to host 2500 guests, it offers advanced convention facilities. The high-tech facilities offer various tools to manage an event. Right from customized web pages to unique reservation links, partnering with Jaipur Marriott for MICE is always valued.

As per the Art of Hosting, Jaipur Marriott extends a magnificent welcome to its patrons. The guests are greeted with folk music played by the artists at the entrance. Refreshments are also offered in the waiting lounge when a group requests for early check-in. These suites in Jaipur are equipped with high-speed Internet access and well-lit, spacious work desk with ergonomic chair for the last minute presentation checks.

Events and Exhibitions have already taken a huge swift towards technology. Jaipur Marriott keeps a pace with onsite audio visual solutions which can offer our guests from a basic projector to an LED wall for presentations. Audio visual requirements do change with the purpose of the event and hence such requirements are suggested and customized by our specialized events team. A dedicated events team is put in place by Jaipur Marriott which is the one point of contact for the guest. It offers E2E solutions for the entire conference. As per the RED COAT program of the hotel, a conference organizer along with an operational team member is provided to ensure all the requirements are met on time.

Not just the meeting, Jaipur Marriott provides complete solutions to the clients. The food menu during any event at the hotel is personally planned by our Executive Chef. This is sent to the guest along with a selector which gives them a choice to pick their dishes. Interesting themes are created for the tea and coffee breaks during sessions to refresh the guests. Street food break, chocolate break, fresh fruit break are some of the cherished themes. Special requests are taken care of for gala nights and special extravagant affairs.

The MICE industry has seen quantity and servicing quality in the recent past. It has been a key driver of revenues for countries and hotels as well. With an avenue of choices, clients have a dynamic set of needs which is building creativity and innovation for each event. Jaipur Marriott has been a popular destination and would continue to offer best facilities to its guests.

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