Conference Accommodation in Fremantle


I must admit to have been unaware, until today, of the amount of conferences hosted by the City of Fremantle, in particular at Fremantle’s fabulous Esplanade Hotel.

Today, I counted no less than ten conferences between now and Christmas 2014 when I did a quick google search!

Usually, due to the size of our two Fremantle limestone terraces, our minimum term is a four night stay, however, for conference attendees that are looking for an alternative to hotel accommodation, we are now able to offer a three night minimum for this purpose.

Hampton House and the Artists’ Residence in Fremantle are less than a ten minute walk to the Esplanade Hotel and each house has three big bedrooms, living, kitchen, bathroom, full laundry facilities and plenty of space to move around.

Together the properties will sleep eight individuals (two rooms twin share) or six couples. A great option if your company is sending a group to participate in a conference in Fremantle.

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Here are the conferences and dates I found:

ANZAD Conference 2014  – 23/24 August

ACPET and APIEF Conference – 27/28/29 August

LGMA Community Development Conference –  4/5 September

RIU Conference –  9/10 September

WASTE and RECYCLE Conference 23 – 26 September

COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY National Conference –  23 – 26 October

ASID Conference – 5 – 7 November

SIA Centenary Conference – 11 – 13 November

PATHWAYS 12 Conference – 3 – 5 December

 

So, if you are looking for conference accommodation that’s just a bit different to a hotel, contact me, Siggy by email siggys.accommodation@gmail.com or telephone 0433064982 and ask for a quote!

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