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Environmentally friendly hotels of the future….

Published on: June 12th, 2019

An issue bigger than any other affecting us all right now is the survival of our planet. The damage done to the environment and loss of so many mammals is a direct result of all our actions. The use of plastics, insecticides, herbicides, production of CO2 via various means and deforestation is destroying our world. […]

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Kind and intuitive service that is truly British ………

….. but reflective of our Oriental heritage,” is what Amanda Hyndman said, General Manager of the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park and Area Vice President of Operations on their opening recently. In such a competitive world it is important to remember the essence of what you are about and the Mandarin Oriental has done just that. […]

Brilliant Birmingham Botanical Gardens!

Thank you to Zoe who hosted a very useful and productive planning meeting and menu tasting for myself and my clients today ahead of their Charity Fund Raising Dinner in June. This delicious and beautifully presented starter was just the beginning of a mouth watering tasting! We can’t wait for the event night in this […]

Amazing Armathwaite Hall Hotel and Spa……

This Hotel offers a perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Set by Bassenthwaite Lake, Cumbria, it enjoys the most peaceful of settings. Much investment has gone into the hotel including the beautifuly refurbished lounge and bar areas. Many guest rooms are undergoing refurbishment including Suite 135 (pictured) which benefits from uninterrupted […]

Expanding fast Village Hotel Club, the place to meet…

Looking for comfortable, contemporary and affordable meeting or conference space then the Village Hotel Club group offer exactly that and continue to expand nationwide. They currently have 30 hotels across the UK and offer a unique mix of business and pleasure for guests and locals alike.  Dine out, work out, meet and play. Comfy guestrooms […]

High praise indeed for The Intercontinental Hotel Park Lane London..

One of our highly valued clients recently had a superb event at The Intercontinental Hotel Park Lane London.  A packed agenda including their Annual Members Meeting, facilitated by Karren Brady, was seamlessly followed by a sumptuous dinner and entertainment for 500.  The Organiser of the event couldn’t praise the hotel highly enough for the pre event […]

Congratulations Principal York Cateys Conference and Banqueting Team of the Year

Huge congratulations to the Principal York it is a worthy winner. Following its £20m refurbishment a year or so ago it has introduced a number of initiatives ranging from an alliance with Virgin Trains to allow conference delegates to block book tickets up to 12 months in advance at discounted prices, to developing menus to […]

It’s creating an experience that counts…

  The festive season is just around the corner with the number of corporate party gatherings about to soar as December arrives. But what are party organiser’s looking for in a market where belts are tightened and budgets stretched?   The good news is, that both individuals and companies alike are still spending in hotels, […]

How Hotels Are Looking to Protect Guests from the Threat of Terrorism

  This November marks the 9th anniversary of the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel terror attack, and since then extremist ideology has manifested itself in equally violent assaults perpetrated against Western society. The recent events in London and Manchester reinforce the fact that communal spaces such as hotels, restaurants and stadiums are particularly vulnerable. The indirect […]

Huge Congratulations to our competition winner!

We are delighted to announce that  Yvonne Orgill of the Bathroom Manufacturers Association has won the 2 night stay at the 4 star Sarova hotel the Sir Christopher Wren in Windsor. We look forward to hearing all about her adventures in the historic town and hope she enjoys the hotels warm hospitality.

The world’s most popular conference cities…

Despite online communicative channels becoming increasingly efficient, there remains a sizeable proportion of businesses which continue to hire conference space. Bookers may argue that face-to-face meetings prove more appropriate for discussing sensitive information, allow for a greater ability to gauge body language, and are more conducive to gathering collective feedback. Equally, the cultural landscapes surrounding […]