The National Conference Centre has just completed a £50,000 refurbishment of its Crow’s Nest Suite. The National Conference Centre is the recently rebranded conference and events wing at the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull.

The Crow’s Nest Suite is on the second floor. It now features a state-of-the-art AV system, high-tech lighting including simulated natural daylight, a data-projector and drop-down screen and complimentary wi-fi up to 10MBS.

The Crow’s Nest suite will accommodate up to 100 delegates for a theatre style meeting or 66 delegates cabaret style. The Wardroom Suite located across the corridor can be used as a breakout facility.

The Crow’s Nest Suite is suitable for meetings and training courses through to working lunches. It also features and external balcony which can be used for barbeques during the summer months.

There are 13 suites and meeting rooms in total encompassing 4550 sq-mt of events space at the National Conference Centre. The Imperial and Britannia Suites are the largest in terms of capacity.  The Crow’s Nest together with the Wardroom are more suitable for smaller more intimate events.

The group also operates two hotels: Best Western Manor Hotel Meriden with 112 bedrooms and Best Western Windmill Village Hotel in Coventry with 100 bedrooms.

The National Conference Centre is located at junction 6 of the M42 motorway at the heart of the Midlands motorway network. It is virtually alongside the NEC, Birmingham International Airport and Birmingham International   Station.