Consists of the 2,000 seat main conference auditorium, the Royal Hall which is a spectacular and historic 1000 seat Edwardian theatre and eight exhibition halls giving you around 13,500sqm of space for public exhibitions, trade shows, banqueting or other events. The Queen’s Suite, a flexible breakout space for up to 600, which can also be sub divided into a maximum of 10 smaller seminar or meeting rooms. Once you add technical packages as standard and committed customer focussed staff into the mix you’ve got a winning combination.
Out on the town
One of the great things about Harrogate Convention Centre is that it’s right in the heart of one of the most vibrant and beautiful towns in the UK, which has been voted the UK’s Happiest Place to Live for the last 3 years. When you’ve finished at Harrogate Convention Centre for the day you’ll be spoilt for choice from the dozens of great restaurants, bars and cafes all within an easy stroll of the venue. Jamie Oliver, Gino D’Acampo and Antonio Carluccio all own restaurants in the town, while no trip to Harrogate is complete without visiting the world-famous Betty’s Tea Room.
Staying in Harrogate
To make the most of Harrogate you need to stay here and that’s no problem with more than 2000 hotel rooms in the town. We have everything from magnificent country houses and stylish town centre boutique hotels to the great British B&B or guesthouse. Harrogate Convention Centre itself has more than 500 onsite hotel rooms thanks to integrated Premier Inn, Crowne Plaza and Majestic Hotels.
Harrogate Convention Centre is half way between London and Edinburgh and getting here is easy. We are just seven miles from the A1(M) and we have direct rail links with London.
Leeds/Bradford International Airport is just a 30-minute drive away and opens up Harrogate Convention Centre to the rest of the UK and Europe.