5 Of The Best Places For An Out Of Office Meeting
Sometimes it's good just to get out of the office. So with that in mind, here are five of the best venues in Singapore to hold an out of office meeting.
Common Man Coffee Roasters
For the more casual, midday meeting, Common Man Coffee Roasters is a good and safe bet. Owned by the fantastic Spa Esprit Group, who are also responsible for local favourites including Strip, Browhaus and Tiong Bahru Bakery, this Martin Road venue takes its food and drink as seriously as it does its design, guaranteeing you a pleasant couple of hours out of the office
FLUTES at The National Museum Of Singapore
If you are looking to truly impress a client, then there aren't many venues more impressive than FLUTES restaurant at the National Museum of Singapore. Based on the ground floor to the left of the impressive entrance way, the restaurant has three areas ideal for private meetings. Firstly the main restaurant can be rented out for events of up to 80 people, for a less formal gathering the outside terrace is perfect for up to 40 people and lastly there is a private room with AV facilities.
Manhattan Bar at The Regent Hotel
With its plush velvet seats, wood panelling and leather table tops, the Manhattan Bar just screams old school luxury. With a discerning clientele, you are guaranteed privacy in the main bar area, or for a more intimate and private setting, the bar has three private rooms, for up to eighteen people if you wanted to conduct your meeting in total privacy. http://www.regenthotels.com/regent-singapore/dining/manhattan
The Madison Rooms
If you prefer to take most of your business meetings out of the office, then considering joining The Madison Rooms might just be the best investment you can make. An uber stylish venue, it houses a cigar room, meeting room, cosy bar, work library as well as a sundeck for you to relax after that all important meeting.
The Tower Club
If you are looking for somewhere to really impress that all-important client, then nothing will fit the purpose quite like The Tower Club. With breathtaking views of Singapore and stunning decor, The Tower Club houses two fine dining restaurants, a bar and a fitness centre, as well as a variety of seating areas, ranging from casual to business focused.