Mezzanine Boardroom at The Victoria Hotel
About this space
Searching for Melbourne meeting space with excellent natural lighting? Look no further than The Victoria Hotel’s Boardroom.
Situated on the mezzanine level, this room offers a 75 inch LCD screen with HDMI and VGA capability, a variety of catering options and access to breakout spaces including a comfortable mezzanine lounge & Vic’s Bar.
The Boardroom overlooks Little Collins Street and is situated in easy walking distance of the many attractions, events, shopping, dining and theatre venues that Melbourne has to offer.
Event offers and packages
Package per person
Full Day Delegate Package Includes: Continuous Tea & Coffee, Chefs Selected Morning Tea, Working Style Lunch & Chefs Selected Afternoon Tea (Includes Notepads, pens, sweets, iced water, complimentary Wi-Fi & LCD TV) - Minimum 10 Delegates
Catering and drinks
Music & sound equipment
Rules of the space
Cancellation policy: Standard 30 day
Cancellations 30 days in advance will receive a full refund.
Cancellations 30 days to 7 days in advance will receive a 50% refund.
Cancellations for events starting within 7 days are non-refundable.
The Victoria Hotel is a #Supervenue
About The Victoria Hotel
The Victoria Hotel is conveniently situated in the Free Tram Zone and offers easy access to Southbank and the city’s many galleries and museums, as well as the vibrant restaurant, café and bar scene.
Shopaholics are in prime position to explore the Collins Street boutiques, Bourke Street Shopping Mall and Chinatown alleys.
And for those looking for a night out, the Little Collins Street locale is the perfect base to take on the Melbourne’s lively East End theatre district, Crown Casino and famous sporting arenas.
Formerly known as the Victoria Coffee Palace, The Victoria Hotel was established in 1880 as a sober alternative to the rowdy hotels with onsite pubs.
One of the first hotels to be built in Melbourne, the property has evolved from a 19th-century coffee house to luxury accommodation in the 20’s and 30’s, along the way witnessing war, prohibition and an Olympic Games, to become one of the city’s true landmarks.