Conferencing - Cresta Mowana Safari Resort & Spa


Luxurious conference venues are available at Cresta Mowana Safari Resort & Spa, with space for 10 to 130 people in the Bateleur Rooms (1 and 2) and the Ntsu Boardroom. These venues are sure to be well-equipped to meet your needs. All the usual equipment is supplied for each conference, such as: a PA system, an overhead projector and screen, business services and stationery. Should you require any extras, an experienced conference convenor will be on-hand to ensure that your event is a success.

Facility Cinema Conference U-Shaped Boardroom Open Square Cocktail
Bateleur 1 & 2 130 100 90 60 120
Bateleur 1 65 35 30 30 50 60
Bateleur 2 10 30

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