Your room rental in King Street
Meeting room booking at King Street
Be one of the professionals who work close to Manchester’s most attractive places and gain benefits for your next business event by renting rooms with Bird Office. We offer an extensive range of rooms tailored to your professional events. Our rooms are equipped with state of the art facilities that guarantee the success of professional events such as meetings with your bosses and trainings with new and old hires. Conference spaces are also available. Venues provided by our office are great in value and at the same time, very close to main roads and stations.
Improve the results of your agenda and reserve a meeting room located at Manchester’s technical hub. This room can be shared for up to 5 people and is close to a variety of cafes and restaurants. It is well connected to the Piccadilly, Victoria and Deansgate, a perfect location for Manchester based workers.
Meetings can now be an exciting experience when co-working inside our medium sized meeting room. This workspace can accommodate for up to 15 people and is ideal for board meetings and collaborations. As the creative and digital hub of Northern England, the building is well-connected to a range of transport options including the MediaCityUK tram and regular bus services. Writing materials, internet access and audio-video facilities are included upon rental to improve your working condition.
Whatever your agenda, Bird Office can definitely grant you a venue. Finding and reserving the room that fits your style when it comes to comfort and space can be done in just few clicks with our online portal. Our team will ensure workspaces for the benefit of your business ventures at King Street.
Make your day complete by exploring the wonderful King Street. As an important road of Manchester City Center, the street is dominated by numerous expensive shops. Along with Bridge Street, it is considered as Manchester’s most upmarket shopping area. You will surely find great deals, clothes and other supplies on the luxurious stores on the area like Hermès, Gant and Emporio Armani. When visiting the street, you will be fascinated with splendid buildings that have been preserved over the years. Most of these buildings in the conservation area are Grade II. Some of the notable buildings include the Prudential Assurance Offices designed by Alfred Waterhouse, the same architect of the Manchester Town Hall and the Natural History Museum, the Ship Canal House and the lovely Atlas Chambers.