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Huntsville’s Best Meeting Spaces: Large, Small, and In-Between

March 24, 2021

Huntsville’s Best Meeting Spaces: Large, Small, and In-Between

Sometimes you really need face time with your peers and colleagues to solve a problem, disseminate information, or simply brainstorm and collaborate. Whatever kind of meeting space you’re looking for, Huntsville has you covered. From large banquet halls and theater-style auditoriums to conference rooms and private offices, Huntsville offers a variety of options to accommodate every single one of your business meeting needs.

Reasons to host a meeting with your team:

  • Announce big changes
  • Ignite innovation and creativity
  • Generate new ideas and solve problems
  • Engage in team building exercises
  • Make decisions that require input
  • Provide a forum for constructive feedback
  • Conduct performance reviews
  • Informational or training seminars
  • Annual or semi-annual conferences

 


 

Spaces for Small Meetings

 

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Cafe 153

We’re starting off our list with a couple of our favorite coffee shops that work best for relaxed interviews and one-on-one meetings. Cafe 153 is located in Bridgestreet Town Center on the northwest side of the shopping complex. It has upper- and lower-level seating areas with both large and small tables and accessible outlets. Spots for privacy are more easily found on the second floor. They are open from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM Monday through Friday.

 

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Rooster’s Crow Coffee Roastery

Rooster’s Crow offers even more casual vibes. They open at 6:00 AM Monday through Saturday (and close at 6:00 PM) making it perfect for those early morning get-togethers. Eclectic soft seating in secluded corners accommodate smaller gatherings in a more intimate but still professional setting. Look for the beige colored, corrugated tin building on the south end of Whitesburg Drive — you can’t miss it.

 

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Teacher’s Lounge - Campus 805

Nestled inside the main building at Campus 805 is the Teacher’s Lounge. This 281 square foot space sits on the ground floor and is comprised of two rooms. It features a small conference table and separate seating area as well as a mounted TV for presentation purposes. It also comes with a wet bar should you want to provide refreshments for your team. It can accommodate a group of 18 (banquet style) or up to 40 chairs.

 

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The Huntsville Hub

The Hub is a one-stop shop for any and all types of professional spaces. They offer private offices, virtual offices, a coworking lounge, and several meeting and event rooms. The main floor and the loft house the following spaces for smaller gatherings: 

Day Office(Seats 3)

   Pricing: $30 Hourly, $90 Half Day, $150 Full Day

Small Conference Room(Seats 4)

   Pricing: $30 Hourly, $90 Half Day, $150 Full Day

Main Conference Room(Seats 6-8)

   Pricing: $45 Hourly, $135 Half Day, $225 Full Day

Round Table Room(Seats 8)

   Pricing: $45 Hourly, $135 Half Day, $225 Full Day

Loft Conference Room (Seats 8-10)

   Pricing: $45 Hourly, $135 Half Day, $225 Full Day

Seminar Room(Seats 14-16)

   Pricing: $60 Hourly, $180 Half Day, $300 Full Day

Event Room (Seats 18-30)
   
Pricing: $75 Hourly, $225 Half Day, $375 Full Day

 

Each of these unique rooms offer different amenities and capabilities. Visit the Hub’s website to see which one would best suit your needs.

 

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Huntsville West

This brilliantly appointed coworking community has all the bells and whistles you’d want to host a meeting or work remotely. They offer varying levels of membership paid on a monthly basis as well as one-day ($15) and five-day ($50) passes. Their Meeting Rooms go for $25/hour while their “Specialty Rooms,” used for audio and video recording, podcasting, or larger team collaborations, are priced at $50/hour. If you’re looking to visualize this space, their website doesn’t provide square footage, capacity, or labeled photos for any of their rooms. We suggest you schedule a tour (currently conducted virtually over Zoom) and scout the space for yourself.

 

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Inspiration Room - Jackson Center

This state-of-the-art conference center in the middle of Cummings Research Park offers unparalleled service, specially engineered lighting and acoustics, high-efficiency technology, and complimentary WiFi. Their 408-square-foot Inspiration Room is the ideal space for small meetings. It can be set with soft seating in a more casual style or with a conference table accommodating approximately 16 people. For availability and pricing, contact the centerdirectly.

 

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Regus - Cummings Research Park

This rentable office space is located at 7027 Old Madison Pike, also tucked away in Research Park. They offer two spaces — a 4-person meeting room and a 10-person boardroom which can be rented by the hour or the day. Visit their website to acquire a price quote and to check availability.

 


 

Spaces for Large Meetings 

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U.S. Space & Rocket Center

What better place to have a business meeting in the Rocket City than right next door to the Space Shuttle and Saturn V Rocket? The Educator Training Facility at the Space & Rocket Center can accommodate up to 70 in the Main Classroom for $450/day and up to 128 in their Auditorium (with stadium seating) for $500/day. If you’re hosting a training seminar or conference and need a large screen for presentations, The National Geographic Theater is the space for you. Featuring a 52-foot, high-definition screen, the theater holds up to 360 people in terraced seating and comes with a rental fee of $1000.

 

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Audio Visual Room - Campus 805

Following up with a similar theme, the AV Room at Campus 805 is another great theater-style space for your next large-scale presentation. This 2,002-square-foot space houses a projector screen at the front of the room and seats up to 141 people. The chairs feature moveable tabletops and charging outlets to make it easy to prop up a laptop and take notes. Contact the Campus directly for pricing and availability.

 

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Jackson Center

Though we already touched on this luxurious conference center where “business class meets world class,” we had to include a mention of their other meeting spaces that can accommodate larger gatherings. Discovery Hall is their largest space at 7,584 square feet and can be divided into two separate rooms. The 1,152-square-foot Board of Directors Room can be set classroom style for presentations and to facilitate discussions amongst attendees. For availability and pricing, contact the center directly.

 

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Burritt on the Mountain

Prepare yourself for a truly spectacular view of Huntsville from the summit of Round Top Mountain at an elevation of 1,585 feet and home to Burritt on the Mountain. This historical park and living museum also boasts a lovely meeting space for your next corporate event. The 1,363-square-foot Trillium Room can seat 45 in a classroom setting and 150 in theater-style. Contact the facility directly to inquire about pricing and availability.

 

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Huntsville Botanical Gardens

If mountaintops don’t suit your fancy, perhaps luscious gardens, fountains, and extensive, verdant grounds are more your style. Another beautifully unique and unconventional location, the Botanical Gardens offers the following spaces to host your next business meeting, seminar, or conference:

Grand Hall (Seats 350)

   Pricing: $2,250 – $3,250

Carriage House(Seats 150 guests)

   Pricing: $1,300 – $1,900

Nichols Arbor(Seats 160)

   Pricing: $850 – $1,650

Murray Hall(Seats 80, Classroom 40)

   Pricing: $450 – $850

 

Each of these spaces offer different amenities and capabilities. Visit the Garden’s website to choose which one would be best for you and your team.

 

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Von Braun Center

Last but certainly not least, we have Huntsville’s massive convention center to consider. Though this facility may seem outside the reach of a simple business meeting, the VBC offers several small, medium and large meeting rooms that can accommodate from 10 to 150 in a classroom setting and 20 to 315 in a theater setting. You can see a breakdown of all their spaces here and submit a request for proposal (RFP) here.

 


 

Huntsville Hotels

When it comes to hosting a meeting or event, hotels are certainly experts in the field. We must make honorable mention to Huntsville’s hospitality offerings should that be the type of venue you’re looking for. We suggest you visit their website or contact the group sales representative at each hotel for pricing and availability.

 

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AC Hotel Downtown Huntsville

   6 Event Rooms | 3,161 total square feet of meeting space

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Embassy Suites by Hilton Huntsville Hotel & Spa

   11 Event Rooms | 11,206 total square feet of meeting space 

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The Westin Huntsville

   9 Event Rooms | 20,647 total square feet of meeting space

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Huntsville Marriott at the Space & Rocket Center

   16 Event Rooms | 20,788 total square feet of meeting space

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Springhill Suites Huntsville Downtown

   5 Event Rooms | 3,903 total square feet of meeting space

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Lizzie Oldacre is Blue Summit Supplies’ marketing associate. She’s incredibly positive, has lived on four different continents and knows how to wear the hell out of a silk scarf. If she’s not working or writing this blog post, you can find her horseback riding, singing in Italian or baking brioche cinnamon rolls.


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