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Meet­ing rooms con­sist­ing of noth­ing more than a ta­ble and set of chairs are pretty bland, at least when com­pared to Google’s cable car meet­ing room. As the name sug­gests, this is a meet­ing room de­signed with a twist. Ameni­ties in­clude cable cars con­verted into minia­ture pri­vate rooms for a group of two to four peo­ple.

Fur­ther, there are also small pods that serve a sim­i­lar func­tion. On top of that, the fa­cil­ity has plenty of other fun fea­tures, in­clud­ing an adult-sized play­ground slide, pool ta­bles, foos­ball and mas­sage chairs. KING ARTHUR ROUND SWING TA­BLE Ta­ble in Lon­don. This venue is a small room that fea­tures a large round ta­ble with 12 seats – which is how the venue got its name.

Here’s the kicker: Those 12 seats are ac­tu­ally swings. Meet­ing plan­ners can opt for an in­door or out­door ta­ble, or choose ta­bles that come with geo shad­ing. With this venue, at­ten­dees can have fun like a child again as they at­tend that very im­por­tant con­fer­ence of yours. BOYS AND GIRLS LEGO CON­FER­ENCE ROOMS of magic. The room uti­lizes lots of round and spher­i­cal el­e­ments in its de­sign.

One of its more strik­ing fea­tures is a meet­ing room en­cased in a half-dome of glass that ro­tates. Once in­side, this venue will make you feel that you have just been trans­ported 50 years in the fu­ture. PO­SEI­DON’S RE­SORT

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