The Hotel Concord opens new meeting and event spaces

The Hotel Concord opens new meeting and event spaces.
Involved in the project were architects/designers ZDS from Providence, Rhode Island and SMP from Concord, NH. Photo credit: The Hotel Concord

The Hotel Concord in N.H. opened two executive boardrooms to accommodate small meetings/events. The rooms were named after Revolutionary War General John Stark and his wife Molly Stark, two of New Hampshire’s most famous colonial figures. Involved in the project were architects/designers ZDS from Providence, R.I., and SMP from Concord, N.H.

The Molly Stark Room and The John Stark Room can accommodate eight to 10 people and offer views of the Merrimack River. In addition, coffee, tea and water service is provided and food from local eateries can be delivered. Each room has a boardroom style table, speaker phone and LCD projector.

The new executive boardrooms compliment The Hotel Concord’s event center’s two larger meeting rooms: The Concord Room, which accommodates up to 50 people for a seated event and 85 people for a reception; and The New Hampshire Room, which accommodates 150 people for a seated event and up to 225 for receptions.

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The Hotel Concord can also coordinate events at the Red River Theatres located in the Capital Commons building with The Hotel Concord.

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