Rose Bowl Venue Hire
The Rose Bowl is our recent flagship development and a landmark for the city of Leeds. Situated next to Leeds Civic Hall, this state of the art development features the very latest in modern conferencing facilities and design. This venue is ideal for banquets, receptions, conferences, exhibitions, meetings and training.
The Rose Bowl has hosted a number of prestigious events including the Northern Ballet Fundraiser dinner, the Academy of Marketing Annual Conference and the Leeds Architecture Awards. Ghandi Hall is best suited to formal dinners and exhibitionsPackages
A unique & flexible venue that’s sure to impress
The Rose Bowl is our flagship development and a landmark for the city of Leeds. This centrally located state-of-the-art development features the very latest in modern conferencing facilities, design and AV. Offering a corporate level of service, this venue is ideal for banquets, receptions, conferences, exhibitions, meetings and training. The Rose Bowl has hosted a number of prestigious events and offers; meeting rooms for up to 80 people, auditoriums for up to 256 delegates and banqueting for up to 300 dinner guests. Out of term we have access to an additional 25 rooms suitable for training meetings and conferences.
Leeds is a one of the UK’s premier business tourism destinations renowned for its excellent culture, shopping, nightlife, restaurants and great sporting tradition. It also provides the perfect base from which to explore the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Getting to Leeds
Leeds is located at the centre of the UK making the city easily accessible to delegates from across the nation and beyond:
Just two hours from London by train, with direct train links to most major UK cities.
Leeds Bradford International Airport provides speedy domestic links and is also the city’s international gateway to the world, with daily flights from more than 65 destinations and a wide network of inbound connections worldwide.
Leeds is at the heart of the UK motorway network, with excellent connections in all directions. The A1 and M1 link to the north and south, and the M62 to the east and west.
Leeds is the UK’s third largest city and has an incredibly diverse economy with the UK’s largest centres for business, legal, and financial services outside London. Other business strengths include manufacturing, biotech and the creative industries.
As one of the UK’s premier business tourism destinations, Leeds offers a friendly and welcoming business environment, where collaborative working comes naturally.