Meetings at Hotel Jen veers away from the boring setup as the lifestyle brand of Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts launches NextJen Meetings. It’s an exciting meetings model with distinctive themes offering practical amenities, optional extras, Golden Circle Event Planner Rewards and credit to redeem against future event. It take meetings beyond the traditional layout, created to reflect the hotel’s experience.
NextJen Meetings also promises a sense of adventure and intuitive service with the theme “Jenuine” and High-Energy. “Jenuine” is a bold concept that uses a full-sized table tennis table setup or sofa seating to assemble participants for ice-breaker or meeting sessions. High-Energy package inspires interaction with bean-bag seating or swing chairs, and a video game station to spur creative thinking. Delegates may also request for a customary meeting setup under the Business theme.
In addition, event organizers can earn Golden Circle points on all materialized conferences and events through the Golden Circle Event Planner Rewards programme. With the highest level of rewards in any meeting and event loyalty programme, planners can earn up to 40,000 Golden Circle points on an event booking – the equivalent of 40 complimentary room nights.
It is also the only programme that allows members to earn double points for subsequent meetings or events booked in the same calendar year, as well as to redeem points for future events and meetings. To join Golden Circle, please visit www.goldencircle.shangri-La.com.
Aimed at making NextJen Meetings the most rewarding suite of value offerings, the ‘Jenuine’, High-Energy and Business concepts include brain-food menus for lunch – served buffet or picnic style by the pool or garden – and two breakout sessions with refreshments and snacks. Standard for each theme are an organiser pack and cable kit, mobile charging station, audio-visual equipment, quirky amenities, farewell drinks and a 10 per cent credit for use towards a future meeting.
A menu of add-ons, such as art workshops, Chinese tea tasting and wellness activities, may be arranged as part of a complementary approach to experiential meetings at Hotel Jen. “Having asked clients to share great and mediocre meeting experiences, we put their valuable insights to use,” said Marisa Aranha, vice president of sales and marketing.
“Apart from location and price, respondents mentioned customer service and meals were a priority – we have addressed all these components and added our extra touches.” To the next level, take your meetings at Hotel Jen.