Broadway Malyan renovates Ramada Lisbon’s meeting rooms

The Ramada Lisbon, formerly the Olaias Park Hotel, refurbished its meeting and event rooms following an investment by DHM - Discovery Hotel Management.

The renovation project was designed by Broadway Malyan.

The redesign of the meeting and events area of the Ramada Lisbon was due to the need to modernize the rooms, making them more versatile and responding to the needs of organizing conferences, seminars, meetings and parties. Ramada Lisbon has 11 meeting rooms, all with natural light, and an auditorium with capacity for 250 people. The rooms can be configured in different ways to increase their area and capacity.

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During the remodeling of the meeting rooms all of them were provided with fixed equipment, including Wi-Fi and HD projector, screen and sound equipment integrated in a single command. In addition, decorations were modernized so that the spaces now use lighter colors.

For dining, Ramada Lisbon has the Navegadores Restaurant and the Adamastor Bar.

Photo credit: Ramada Lisbon

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