“Richard and Berengaria Ballrooms” is a unique indoor hall located next to the Carob Mill Museum and between the Medieval Castle and the Limassol Marina.
With its unique architecture and high ceiling the ballrooms with a space of 552 square meters the ballrooms may be used as two separate areas to suit smaller events or in parallel, satisfying a wide range of demanding styles and settings.
The combination of wood and stone propounds a mysterious atmosphere while the location, the high tech audio-visual equipment, the knowledge and the experience of the management team are the criteria for hosting the biggest corporate and social events (conferences, seminars, presentations, fashion shows, wedding receptions, christenings etc).
At Carob Mill Restaurants we understand that every guest’s event is unique, which is why our approach is with passion and a fresh mindset, giving you the reassurance and confidence that you will be well cared for throughout the whole experience!
With a capacity for up to 216 persons for dinner, 400 for conferences and 1500 for cocktail reception, the Richard Ballroom (273 sq.m) is the ideal option for corporate events. The venue has fixed audio-visual equipment and high technical services.
The enchanting Berengaria Ballroom (228 sq.m) has an outstanding location next to the Carob Mill Museum and may host up to 168 persons for dinner, 300 for conferences and 1000 for cocktail receptions.
Located on the 1st floor above the “Richard & Berengaria Ballrooms”, the conference room (18 sq.m) can accommodate up to 16 persons with the Hollow Square layout. It is equipped with an interactive board, flipchart and complementary WiFi in order to satisfy the essential requirements for a management meeting or seminar.
It is the indoor hall (352 sq.m) which connects the parking area and the Carob Mill Museum to the Medieval Castle square. It is only available for selected occasions and has the capacity to host up to 2500 persons for a cocktail reception.
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