02 Apr 5 AMAZING LOCATIONS FOR YOUR LONG ISLAND BUSINESS CONFERENCE
YOUR LONG ISLAND BUSINESS CONFERENCE MADE PERFECT
The stresses of planning a great business conference or meeting might seem overwhelming at first; the balancing act of finding a great venue, procuring trustworthy and reputable car service for your attendees and assuring that you have all the amenities you need to conduct business can seem like too much to handle.
In a place as dynamic as New York, and more specifically, Long Island, there are a number of great hotels and conference centers that specialize in removing the stress from a planner’s shoulders; we’ve listed a few of our favorites below to help spark your planning process.
MONTAUK YACHT CLUB, RESORT AND MARINA
32 Star Island Road, Montauk, NY
Ideally located along the waterfront on Long Island, the Montauk Yacht Club, Resort and Marina offers meeting-goers a unique environment, full of great views, versatile spaces, including multiple meeting and breakout rooms, as well as outdoor spaces that are ideal for brainstorming, collaborating and engaging with clients. The guest rooms are equally comfortable and inviting, and will give your group members a place of respite between sessions or presentations, creating a meeting environment that is truly unique and versatile.
OCEAN RESORT INN
95 South Emerson Avenue, Montauk, NY
Lighthouses and ocean views are breathtaking at this Long Island resort, where your conference-goers can enjoy a folksy, accessible charm and take in the sea breezes throughout your business event. The guest rooms contribute to a sense of lightness and relaxation, creating a great environment for your group to work together and enjoy themselves simultaneously.
INN AT FOX HOLLOW
7755 Jericho Turnpike, Woodbury, NY
Considered Long Island’s luxury boutique hotel, the Inn at Fox Hollow combines unique, bucolic charm, as it is nestled on an 8-acre estate on Long Island, and the kind of luxury and amenities that your conference-goers deserve. With audio-visual equipment, wireless internet, and tech support on hand to ensure that everything goes smoothly, the Inn at Fox Hollow is an ideal destination for your Long Island conference.
200 Dosoris Lane, Glen Cove, NY
World-class accommodations appear in droves once your step onto the property of Glen Cove Mansion on Long Island’s Gold Coast. Not only do you have over 55 acres of diverse and beautiful meeting space, allowing you to cater your conference to your own whims, you’ll have access to ergonomic meeting furniture, state-of-the-art audiovisual and technical equipment, and personalized team-building events, all with the guidance and expertise of the Glen Cove event planning staff. The mansion is also a luxury hotel, so your accommodations for lodging will also be top-notch, contributing to an overall successful and productive event.
101 James Doolittle Boulevard, Uniondale, NY
With a capacity for over 1,000 persons, with 28 possible meeting and breakout rooms, 28,000 square feet of event space and 17 separate event rooms, the Long Island Marriott is a decidedly versatile space to consider when planning your Long Island business conference. They have a fully stocked business center with faxing, printing, wireless internet and comfortable seating. They offer state-of-the-art technological equipment for use throughout your event, including a stage, televisions, microphones, LCD projectors and more.
Your vision for your Long Island business conference or meeting is sure to meet its match in one of these amazing venues; whether you need a variety of technological equipment or simply want a lovely space to conduct business affairs with important clients, Executive Ground Transportation is confident that Long Island can provide the right space.
Don’t forget the importance of luxury car service to ensure that your clients have no trouble with transportation during their time at your conference. From traditional limousines to luxury sedans to limo buses, Executive has a variety of vehicles that could make your conference truly memorable.
Top Photo Credit: Taber Andrew Bain