- 363 Plantation Street
- Worcester, Massachusetts 01605
- Phone (508) 754-5789
- Toll-Free (800) 344-2589
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Events & Meetings
The Perfect Choice
The potential for success is obvious as you tour the Beechwood’s bright and iry Grand Ballroom. With over 9000 square feet of available space, we can easily accommodate large conferences or divide into five individual salons for smaller groups. If private meetings are more your style, additional rooms are also available. All of our meeting rooms are equipped with the latest in audio visual capabilities and wi-fi internet. Complimenting these modern must-haves, of course, are all the old world touches that make this a truly smart choice for meetings of all kinds.
Don't Just Take Our Word
More Testimonials"Recently attended a 25 year class reunion at the Beechwood Hotel and decided to stay the night…what a surprise! As a hotel general manager, I was thoroughly impressed with the level of personality upon arrival in both the decor and staff. The accommodations were superior and offered every amenity including Frette linens. Certainly the owner spared no expense in furnishings and refinements. By far the best rooms in the 'city of seven hills'!"
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Corporate events are a great way to not only encourage networking with both potential and current clients, but when done right it can also be a great team bonding event and morale booster for staff. The best way to have a memorable corporate function is to think outside of the box, as well as make read more
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