Creating the largest hotel congress centre is certainly a major challenge and gives rise to many difficulties. To successfully carry out a project of this magnitude, you need an effective team of people who not only have knowledge and experience, but also a vision. Our team did the job with flying colours.
This interesting AV project included a divisible ballroom, conference and training rooms, and meeting rooms.
The representative ballroom, which, when combined, can seat up to 600 people, also distinguished by its unusual design, required custom solutions. The hall is equipped with motorised projector lifts and built-in screens for four large-format projections. The sound system we installed, based on high-quality ceiling sound system, successfully mitigated the adverse effect of the difficult room acoustics. With the use of Crestron DigitalMedia matrices, DSP audio processors and other switching components, the User has a fully functional system at his disposal, compatible with the most modern multimedia sources. The whole thing is of course complete with an integrated control system based on wireless touch panels whereby the User can control AV devices and the room’s darkening system. In addition, with the signal connection system, the room can be expanded quickly depending on the event type. It is no longer a problem to arrange a business training on one day and a sumptuous ball on the next.
The conference and training rooms are also equipped with large-format projection systems, a high-quality sound system and an integrated control system, including for darkening control. The system will efficiently support typical conference meetings, providing Users with modern conference sources and a signal connection system.
The project also included representative meeting rooms with basic multimedia equipment. LCD TVs installed here, the multi-channel sound system and integrated control system perhaps were not a major technical challenge. However, please have a look at the photo gallery – isn’t the design unique?
The investment in multimedia, an aspect so often sidelined by proprietors of hotel and conference centres, brought a payback for Haston a long time ago. Today, this unique facility not only generates returns, but also increases the attractiveness of Wrocław – a city which aspires to organise such events as world championships, EU congresses and the largest business and entertainment events.