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Enter The Think At Hotel Zed

The Hotel Zed is inviting meeting planners and organizers to think outside the beige conference room box and look to their Think Tank, a space that invites groups to innovate, plan, and ameliorate their next big idea while surrounded by fun and funky d├ęcor.

Available from October through April and for groups of up to eight, the Think Tank utilizes the Ping-Pong Lounge in the lobby building. When the conversation begins to slow and minds begin to inevitably wander, groups are encouraged to grab a paddle and play ball or grab a controller and hit the back-to-back Wii stations.

The Think Tank comes complete with white boards, flip chart, and digital projector; access ports to connect to numerous wall mounted TVs and surround sound; high speed Wi-Fi; unlimited free and delicious coffee; plenty of parking; and a memorable Polaroid picture of your team taken by the Hotel Zed staff. Groups are also able to access extra amenities including eight free bike rentals or vintage VW shuttle bus pick-up (seats seven) from their Victoria area office, Harbour Air, or to any downtown hot spot, if reserved in advance.

Full day rentals are $200 Cdn, while half-day (four hour) rentals are $150 Cdn, plus taxes. Hotel Zed also offers discount group rates on accommodations so attendees can take advantage of the hot tub, Zedinator waterslide and pool.

Catering options are available through the Hotel Zed's on-site restaurant, The Ruby (http://therubyvictoria.com/ ), which specializes in rotisserie chicken and brunch features. Chicken and waffles, anyone?

For more details, visit http://www.hotelzed.com/what-s-zed/meeting-room/.

About Hotel Zed

A ridiculously fun and eclectic hotel in Victoria, BC, Canada that is so awesome your mind will be blown. They've got bold colors, retro-style and modern technology. Plus, typewriters, record players, comic books, Ping-Pong lounge, Wii and the coolest '67 VW shuttle bus. Their laid-back lobby lets you make friends with others or your own inner Zed. They are rebels against the ordinary! Doors were thrown open in May 2014 by Mandy Farmer, one of Profit's Top100 Canadian Women Entrepreneurs, aka President/CEO of Accent Inns - Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce's 2014 Employer-of-the-Year, BC Business Magazine's 5th Best Company to Work For in 2011.
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