Nottingham Nottingham Conferences
A vast choice of the perfect meeting space exists within historic or award-winning modern buildings all complemented by state-of-the-art AV, free wi-fi and complimentary parking.
Their accommodation offering too has something for everyone with over 4,000 bedrooms available within Halls of Residence during Easter, summer and Christmas or year round hotel accommodation in our two hotels on campus.
A passionate team with years of expertise in hospitality, meetings and events at the University of Nottingham, they are the educated choice.Enquire about this Venue
Location and transport information
Centrally located in the heart of the UK, Nottingham Conferences’ three venues are in easy reach of both Nottingham train stations, tram and East Midlands Airport. Just minutes from the M1 and providing plenty of onsite car parking.
University Park: Ideally located just two miles outside the city centre, the campus is beautifully placed within 330 acres of rolling parkland.
Jubilee Campus: Easily accessed via the M1 or Midland Mainline the campus includes free parking and onsite accommodation.
Sutton Bonington: Nestled in beautiful landscaped surroundings, this 100 acre campus is only minutes away from Junction 24 of the M1.
|Summary of facilities and capacities|
April, June, July, August, December
|Year round anytime|
|Theatre style (maximum)||1000||1000|
|Cabaret style (maximum)||550||550|
|Boardroom style (maximum)||150||150|
|Banquets & formal dinner (maximum)||588||588|
|Hotel style bedrooms (max)||300||300|
|University style bedrooms (max)||4000||N/A|
|Day delegate rates from||£22.50||£22.50|
|24HR rates from||£83.00||£83.00|
|B&B rates from||£35.00||£35.00|
Meeting and event spaces that inspire
Whether it’s a small day meeting, a large residential conference or sporting event, Nottingham Conferences, based centrally in the UK at The University of Nottingham, represents unbelievably flexible event solutions.
Located just two miles outside of Nottingham city centre, University Park Campus is beautifully placed within 330 acres of rolling parkland. With a mix of stunning architecture and traditional features, University Park Campus offers accommodation for up to 3,000 delegates within 12 halls of residence and up to 400 meeting rooms with a variety of capacities.
With its award-winning architecture and stunning waterside setting, Jubilee Campus offers five separate lecture theatres and over 20 break out rooms as well as en suite accommodation for up to 600 people. For a rural escape, Sutton Bonington is amply equipped with its own state of the art lecture theatres alongside accommodation, only minutes away from the M1 and East Midlands Airport.
Sporting Facilities: The university‘s extensive and cutting edge sports facilities across all three campuses are an integral part of Nottingham’s sporting infrastructure. The new £40m David Ross Sport Village on University Park Campus provides even greater opportunities to host sporting events on campus. Together with two excellent off campus facilities, Highfields Sports Complex and Riverside Sports Complex, the University boasts more sports pitches than any other HE institution.
Catering at Nottingham Conferences: From dining within the halls of residence, to outside BBQ to fine dining within the Trent Building, they will provide you with menu options to suit your needs. They also have a wide choice of restaurants, bars and cafes across our campuses.
Gayle, can I just say a huge thank you to you and all your team. Our conference went extremely well. There were absolutely no hitches at all. Anna, who did the lunches, was lovely and so helpful to all our participants. The food was really great! It's always difficult catering for such a large group of diverse diets but no-one made any negative comment at all. Not even the vegans! All the rooms worked like clockwork; all AV worked and the AV team were just so helpful, and had checked all rooms the afternoon before, making sure it all worked. We managed to stream the Shadow Chancellor around the world. I think the University came out of it looking extremely positive in terms of the facilities and the campus. I think the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, John McDonnell, was very impressed and who knows when he is The Chancellor in 2020, he might well remember the University of Nottingham.
Dr Peter Gates, School of Education, The University of Nottingham