Professional Meeting and Workspaces

As a decision-maker for a corporation, your primary concern is the bottom-line for your investors. As such, every choice must be based in sound, economic principles. Your company may have facilities across the globe, but installing—or leasing—a professional meeting room in or near all of them doesn’t always make shrewd financial sense. Company-wide meetings simply don’t occur that often. That’s where Davinci comes in. At Davinci Meeting Rooms we believe every meeting, be it large or small, should be successful. That’s why we offer corporations a great alternative to hotel meeting rooms or other off-site options. Our solution is rental meeting rooms for corporations. Rent by the hour for a quick all-hands get together, or by the day for a longer training session. We can even customize the space to meet your needs.

Why Davinci Corporate Meeting Rooms?

Davinci meeting rooms are more than just money-saving corporate solutions. You’ll enjoy a well-appointed conference facility at a well-respected address. Plus, you can take advantage of a host of amenities and services to support your event. A professional greeter will welcome your guests in the lobby and show them to the awaiting meeting room. Our state-of-the-art technologies and presentation tools like LCD projectors, smart boards, plasma monitors, audio/visual teleconferencing equipment, and high-speed Wi-Fi will add modern conveniences to your meeting. Food and beverage catering keeps your participants from getting restless. And the on-site business center has mail, copy, fax, and notary services should you require them.

Book Your Davinci Facility Today

With over 20,000 spaces around the world, there is sure to be a Davinci facility close to your corporate headquarters or branch offices. Search our inventory online, then reserve your room with just a few mouse clicks. Because you only pay for the time you need, you end up saving a significant amount of money, thereby padding your bottom-line. And isn’t that what your investors really want to hear?