The new Aviva Stadium in Dublin is set to open on May 14th this year, offering a new event space for up to 2,000 people.
Lime Venue Portfolio, which is behind the reincarnation of the world's oldest stadium, said that the development will be a fantastic addition to Ireland's venues offering.
"Set over six levels, spaces can be booked for discreet meetings, product launches, award dinners and large association conferences," the company reports.
"The spaces offer non-prescriptive solutions for live events from two to 2000 people," it added.
In addition, the venue is aiming to becoming the world's first BS 8901 certified sporting stadium, meaning all events will be planned and implemented in a sustainable way.
According to Lime Venue Portfolio, clients using the new stadium for hospitality will be encouraged to think outside the box and create unique events.
Last week, London mayor Boris Johnson officially launched work on the Tate Modern's £215 million extension, which will see the available exhibition and event space increase by 60 per cent.