Let Tourism Burnaby help you plan your next meeting, event or conference in these venues or other venues throughout Burnaby. Tourism Burnaby will guide you from start to finish by helping with hotel rates, collateral material, site inspections and more.
The 2010 Winter Olympics showed how Burnaby meeting space can host the world. See how these venues took part in the Winter Olympics and find out how meeting and conference space in Burnaby can accommodate your next event, whether it is local, provincial, national or global.
Delta Burnaby Hotel and Conference Centre
The Delta Burnaby Hotel and Conference Centre welcomed the Czech House with open arms using their 7,500sw ft ballroom to accommodate invited media, sponsors athletes and the Czech Republic Olympic Committee. The Grand Villa Ballroom, which is divisable into three separate rooms and features floor to ceiling windows with a view of the North Shore Mountains, allowed for a set up to accommodate meetings, celebrations, dining and more. The Delta's in-hotel restaurant EBO also co-catered the whole event with special celebrated Chef Pospisial from the Czech Republic. The Delta Burnaby has 10 different meeting spaces available for your conference or event as well as a business centre and a variety of guestrooms to meet your needs.
With recent renovations completed throughout the Hilton Vancouver Metrotown including the guestrooms, all meeting space and Reflect Social Dining + Lounge, they were ready to welcome the world. The Hilton Vancouver Metrotown converted its three section ballroom to create not just a dining area, office suite and banquet space but an entertainment venue. The Hilton Vancouver Metrotown also took advantage of the warm dry weather druing the Winter Olympics to convert the Waterford room into a lounge atmosphere complete with its own attached patio.
In the heart of Burnaby the Scandinavian Community Centre opened its doors to the world and converted itself into the Scandinavian House for the 2010 Winter Olympics. Guests enjoyed food, drinks and of course Olympic event screenings while mingling with those from Scandinavia and around the world. With the combined Banquet Hall which seats 160 and the Fireside lounge wish seats another 60, the Scandinavian Centre created a home away from home for Scandinavians. While the Scandinavian Centre often hosts its own public events, the facility is available to rent for private functions, meetings and events.
Scandinavian Centre Rental Information