Since Pyeongchang’s selection in 2011 as a forthcoming Olympics host, more and more international visitors have been discovering its business and leisure infrastructure.
Unsurprisingly, Pyeongchang’s three ski resorts have taken center stage, giving them the chance to showcase not only their sporting facilities, but also their meeting spaces, making them ideal destinations for corporate groups. Alpensia Resort, for example, which will also double as the Olympic village for the competing athletes, offers a 2,000-seat convention center as well as a concert hall and three hotels operated by Intercontinental and Holiday Inn.
Just down the road, Phoenix Park, set to host the Pyeongchang 2018 freestyle skiing and snowboarding events, also contains 11 meeting spaces, including a 1,107m² Grand Hall able to host up to 1,500 persons. NearbyYongpyong Resort, meanwhile, in addition to boasting the largest ski complex in Asia, offers 20 indoor and outdoor event spaces; Yongpyong Dome, the largest, contains a 3,180m² event hall with capacity for up to 2,500 persons.