Hot spot: Mon Komo Hotel, Redcliffe

Inspired by the Caribbean, this hotel is a breath of fresh air for organisers.

Some might know it as the home of the Bee Gees, but Redcliffe is today making a name for itself as a prime destination for corporate events.

The seaside village is located 35 minutes north of Brisbane’s CBD, and offers groups a quintessential Queensland experience with its laid-back vibe and friendly locals.

Located in the heart of Redcliffe, Mon Komo Hotel is a fully inclusive conference and event destination, offering event spaces, accommodation and a restaurant and bar.

Inspired by Caribbean resorts, Mon Komo Hotel is a breath of fresh air for conference organisers and their delegates.

MEET

Mon Komo Hotel Functions & Events Centre is a versatile event destination with an ideal location by the water. The venue can cater to up to 300 delegates and is well-suited to host conferences, dinners, workshops, retreats or exhibitions.

The main event space, Caribbean Islands Room, is located on the first floor of the hotel and enjoys an abundance of natural light and views of the ocean.

The space can be divided into three rooms and is equipped with black-out blinds and AV facilities. The centre also features two break-out rooms and its own function foyer and bar.

EAT

Mon Komo Hotel’s on-site restaurant and bar has recently been transformed to offer guests a modern dining destination. Cabana Bar + Kitchen + Garden embodies the tropical location with lush greenery, refreshing cocktails and a seasonal menu highlighting local produce.

A favourite among locals and hotel guests, Cabana Bar + Kitchen + Garden is also a popular spot for corporate lunches and events. A number of spaces can be hired for groups, including an outdoor terrace to soak up the Queensland sun. For delegates who want to continue networking as the sun goes down, Cabana comes to life at night with live entertainment.

STAY

Mon Komo makes conferencing a breeze with 4.5-star accommodation available on site.

Operated by Oaks Hotels and Resorts, the property offers a mix of hotel rooms and self-contained apartments, many with spectacular ocean views over Moreton Bay. Guest facilities include a swimming pool and sun deck, undercover parking and a gym.

PLAY

Take some time out to explore the expansive Redcliffe coastline, which is lined with boardwalks and bicycle paths. Along the precinct is an array of cafés, restaurants, art galleries and retail shops for those looking to add a touch of leisure to their trip.

Redcliffe’s seaside location offers plenty of activities for corporate groups to enjoy, including whale watching, jetskiing, kayaking, skydiving and even yoga by the jetty. Or take your delegates offshore to explore the picturesque Moreton Island and the many experiences on offer, from sand dunes and World War relics to wreck dive and snorkel sites.

This article originally appeared in the winter edition of Spice Magazine.
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