Tampere Hall, the congress and cultural centre giant of the Nordic countries, offers a world class setting for international conferences as well as smaller events such as dinners and meetings. Altogether the lively meeting point has 20 different size of facilities to choose from. Tampere Hall is located in the city centre, just around the corner from the railway station.
Multifunctional facilities, such as Maestro, can transform from seminar setting to atmospheric dinner room. Guests can relax at the street-level café restaurant Tuhto, browse Tampere Hall’s concerts and club gigs, enjoy art and pick souvenirs from lobby shop or visit the world’s only Moomin Museum. Getting around could not be easier when staying at the Courtyard by Marriott hotel, connected to Tampere Hall by a passageway.
Lunches and dinners include local delicacies with an emphasis on locally produced and organic ingredients. You can enjoy a variety of warm dishes. Tampere Hall has its own roof-top garden where berries and vegetables are grown – not to forget the beehives that are producing honey. Tampere Hall’s award-winning responsibility work covers social, economic and environmental responsibility.