All rooms can be made after the conference’s requirements. This also applies to the technical field where Katuaq has its own technical staff with extensive experience in sound, lighting and transmissions via video and telephone.
All rooms are equipped with projectors, screens and whiteboards as standard, and all conferences includes ice water and folders with note papers, and this free of charge. Katuaq wants to do a lot when it comes to service to our guests. The staff is ready to receive guests from around the world with a smile and the kindness that staff are known for.
Katuaq means drumstick in Greenlandic, but is also the name of Greenland’s house of culture in the country’s capital, Nuuk. The design of the beautiful building was inspired by the Northern Lights.
Since its opening in 1997, the building has been the venue for a wide range of diverse activities and exhibitions aimed at both the local population and visitors from outside the country. The building has a café and cinema that are both very popular.
Katuaq has also been designed such that it can be converted to facilitate different activities. It consists of a large hall, a small hall and a café that are shaped as a semicircle, a rectangle and a triangle respectively.