Over the past couple of months the Events & Venues team have been busy out and about on client site visits as well as meeting hotel group representative’s for updates!
- Science Museum, London
- St David’s Hotel, Cardiff
- Mercury Piccadilly, Manchester
- The Midland Hotel, Manchester
- Buxted Park Hotel, Sussex
- Cowley Manor, Cheltenham
- Billesley Manor, Stratford-upon-Avon
- Fawsley Hall Hotel & Spa, Northamptonshire
- Birmingham City site visits
Over the past few of months the Events & Venues team have been busy out and about on client site visits as well as meeting hotel group representative’s for updates!
Site Visits at:
- Vineyard Hotel
- Avon Gorge by Hotel Du Vin
- Queens Hotel Cheltenham, M Gallery by Sofitel
- Calcot Manor
- Cotswold Water Park
- Heythrop Park Resort
- Churchill War Rooms
- Abbey Hotel Bath
- Conrad London St. James
- De Vere Tortworth Court
- Churchill War Rooms
Hotel Group Representative Updates from:
- Q Hotels
- St. Davids Hotel, Cardiff
- Holiday Inn Bristol Filton
- Marriott Hotels
- De Vere Hotels
Maldron Hotel Newcastle is a contemporary 4 star hotel situated right in the heart of Newcastle City Centre. Directly opposite the hotel is Intu Eldon Square and next door is The Gate leisure complex. A 5 minute walk take you to Newcastle central train station which is also connects you to Newcastle International Airport within 30 minutes via Metro.
There are 265 bedrooms, a restaurant, bar and 4 meeting rooms all located in a dedicated key card access area on the first floor. The rooms all surround a central breakout area, complete with a tea and coffee machine, a range of juices, soft drinks and a catering service which is replenished throughout the day. Each room is fully air conditioned and has an abundance of natural day light with a built-in flat screen TV and projector. Rooms are flexible in layout, holding up to 60 delegates in a theatre style.
If you would like to hold your own event at the Maldron Hotel Newcastle please call the E&V team today on: 0117 9414 888
The Brewery occupies the site of the former Whitbread brewery in East London. In 1750 Samuel Whitbread, having bought property in the area, transplanted his operations to Chiswell Street from two smaller breweries in Old Street and Brick Lane.
Within a few years Whitbread’s brewery had become a vast operation, its sheer size making it an attraction worthy of royal visits. George III, Queen Charlotte, Queen Elizabeth II and Elizabeth the Queen Mother all visited the site.
Brewing on the site continued until 1976, the last tanker pulling out of the South Yard on April 13, bringing to an end a 225-year era.
Now, this beautiful historic venue is being hired for a variety of occasions such as: conferences, meetings, awards ceremonies, private dinners, exhibitions, Christmas parties and weddings! With eight different rooms The Brewery can cater to most event enquiries!
If you would like to hold your own event at The Brewery, please contact the E&V team today on: 0117 9414 888