A Glossary Of Accommodation Jargon

The travel industry is well known for its acronyms and industry jargon, and as a business event organiser there shouldn’t be any need for you to complete a travel course to understand us. So here are some quick definitions of commonly used accommodation terms in New Zealand (they may differ in other parts of the world).

Learn about Single Share, King Split, Double or Twin Occupancy and more room configurations along with the key dates referred to in the booking confirmation for Check In and Check Out dates.

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Your Responsibility As A Host

The conference team at an event has some very important obligations under the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012, which Heritage takes very seriously. Similarly the event organiser/company will have responsibilities under the Employment Relations Act 2000 and the new Health and Safety at Work Act 2015.

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Understanding Seating Layouts For Business Events

Heritage supports ten standard seating layouts in our meeting/conference rooms, but some rooms are more amenable to particular styles. The following layouts are showcased with how they are commonly used and the pros and cons of each style.

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