Is your group considering Austin, Texas conference centers for your next event or gathering? Perched tenaciously atop forested ground high in the hill country of central Texas, built within those trees, is Concordia University of Austin, Texas. Enjoying a brief 30 minute drive to the Austin Bergstrom International Airport makes it all the more convenient for your attendees to get to ad from this extraordinary venue. The campus is gated, exclusive, nestled amidst a wildlife preserve, yet enjoying all of the amenities and stylings of a modern major metropolis. This really is the best of all worlds!
Concordia University stands ready to host up to 1000 guests in 30 rooms. Up to 220 can be seated at a time in a theatre-style hall, while smaller groups of up to 40 can break off for more personal study. Larger venue facilities can accommodate concerts, sports events, and full gymnasium as well. During the summer months, the campus can welcome 275 overnight guests. Nearby hotels can provide lodgings all year long. Technology includes wifi hotspots located all over the campus. Of course, Concordia has state-of-the-arts AV presentation technologies. Just let your event coordinator know what you'll be needing and they'll be sure to have the necessary gear set up and waiting for you.
Dining is provided by Sodexo, a world-wide facilitator of quality food service. From coffee service and snacks to full fine dining with white glove service, and everywhere in between, you'll find them quite capable of providing everything from casual to gourmet. Once again, a conversation with your coordinator will determine your needs. Concordia will work hard to stay within your event budget.
Whether it's a business meeting, a retreat, sales conference, team-building exercise … no matter what the event, Concordia University's beautiful campus in Austin Texas is an outstanding venue! The richness of the natural beauty is incomparable. Treat yourself and your guests. Hold your next event at Concordia, a truly unique venue right in the heart of the hills of Texas!