New member at Brussels Special Venues : The Faculty
A new member has joined Brussels Special Venues : The Faculty!
The Faculty is the harmonious representation of a historic setting in a revisited mansion atmosphere. The different spaces cater for every need, from the meeting room to the 180-seat auditorium that hosts conferences as well as sumptuous diners or classical music concerts.
Whether you are looking for an inspiring setting for your conferences or plenary meetings or you prefer the privacy of smaller rooms for your thematic meetings or your board, The Faculty meets all your needs for flexibility. A catering area is also available to ensure maximum comfort for your guests without having to leave the premises. A visit is better than a long speech.
More information :
- Number of event rooms : 2
- Largest room capacity (theatre) : 180 people
- Maximum capacity (for a single event) : 180 people
- Largest room (in square meters) : 236 m²
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