How Much Do Meeting Rooms Cost?

Meeting rooms are often considered rooms where meetings or training sessions are usually held, commonly found in hotel chains across the United States.  They are usually rented by companies if there is no space available to hold these events in their private office or they need to meet in a particular location.

Meeting rooms will often provide a well-furnished meeting space that includes tables, chairs, a screen and other amenities to make the meeting as successful as possible.

The price for meeting rooms depends on several factors such as the size of the room, the equipment included in the room, the venue/hotel you’re using and the geographical location of the meeting room.

Hilton Union square meeting rooms space by cote, on Flickr
Hilton Union square meeting rooms space” (CC BY 2.0) by cote

How much is it?

Hotel VenuePrice Average
Comfort Inn$280 for 650 square feet (all day)
Doubletree by Hilton$3,000 for 3,500 square feet (all day)
Embassy Suites$500 for 1,100 square feet (all day) / $1,800 for 4,000 square feet
Hampton Inn$500 for 625 square feet (all day)
Holiday Inn$350 for 875 square feet (all day)
Homewood Suites$225 for 340 square feet / $550 for 1,200 square feet (all day)
La Quinta$250 for 600 square feet (all day)
Radisson Hotel$575 for 900 square feet (all day) / $1,000 for 1,800 square feet

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