JW Marriott San Francisco Union Square unveils new conference center

JW Marriott San Francisco Union Square introduced a new Pacific Conference Center with completely redesigned meeting rooms. Located on-property, with its own entrance, this boutique meeting center boasts five renovated conference rooms.

At present, the Pacific Conference Center is officially the only hotel conference center located in San Francisco proper. The Center’s meeting rooms are suited for a group of 10 to 30 people per room.

The new center space, encompassing five meeting rooms, offers: a dedicated meeting concierge; flexible and private conference rooms, all self-contained within the center; white “erase” walls and smartboards; LCD and LED projectors and image screens built into conference rooms; and ceiling mounted speakers to compliment audio quality.

Other features include WiFi Internet capabilities in all conference rooms; touch panel in-wall controls for AV; ergonomic chairs; and hard top work tables and wall surfaces.

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