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Function spaces represent the physical areas within a property that are used for group events such as sales meetings, training sessions, weddings, and so on. Typical function spaces include meeting rooms, banquet rooms, ballrooms, the foyer, and other defined areas on the property grounds. Function space can have many characteristics, but during the booking process, the most important function space characteristics include:
Other characteristics such as the physical dimensions of the function space (ceiling height, cable TV, and so on) may be important when considering whether or not a function must occupy a specific room to meet customer requirements.
Specific space represents the function rooms that are physically located at a property. Specific space usually has a name, for example, the Golden Gate Salon. There are two types of specific space, Indivisible Space and Configured Space.
Figure 2 shows the typical process when setting up function space and sleeping rooms. Each process step in the flow is described in Process of Setting Up Function Spaces, Sleeping Rooms, and Suites.
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