Our April FAM trip was held at the stunning Manor House in the picturesque village of Castle Combe in the Cotswolds, we knew we were going to love this place as soon as we started the approach to the Manor House via the village. If you are looking for a 5-star property in a stunning setting for either an intimate board level retreat or for a conference for up to 100 delegates, then look no further we've found the perfect place for you!!
Upon arrival, we were directed to our beautiful rooms – let me re-phrase that – we were directed to our beautiful rooms in the super cute cottages that are located within the grounds of the main hotel – less than a 2-minute walk door to door. We were all so excited at staying in the cottages, after checking out each other’s rooms we are happy to say that they are all equally as lovely!! Majority of the cottages have access to outside space so after one or two Instagram stories / Tweets about our rooms we all met on the terrace outside one of the rooms and had a glass of bubbles before the trip officially started – it really was the perfect way to start!
Bubbles consumed, we headed off to meet Ratnesh who was our brilliant host for the trip. We started off with afternoon tea in the Bybrook restaurant which is a great space and has a private dining room just off the main the restaurant. The afternoon tea went down a treat especially the cheese scones – they are a must to try when you there! After catching up with everyone, we had bellies full sandwiches, cakes and tea so we decided it was time to check out the grounds and walk off some of the calories!
The grounds provide ample opportunities for team building activities, outside dining, BBQs etc – it wasn't BBQ weather, but it was putting weather! We all put our golf skills to the test with some putting on the putting green, it was great fun and we all got extremely competitive – a great option for a light-hearted activity to break up your event. There is actually an 18-hole golf course on the property which would work really well to add as an option for your delegates after a meeting at the Manor House.
Once we realised we were not going to be giving Patrick Reed a run for his money at the next Masters we went back to what we know best (and love) – events!
The hotel has 4 meeting spaces with capacity ranging from 12 – 100 people, the two boardroom spaces are gorgeous with natural day light, exposed brick work and they interconnect so perfect if you wish to use one as a space for the board meeting itself and one for the networking space. The largest space has capacity for a maximum of 100 people in cabaret or theatre style, this space provides you with an exclusive use feel due to the location of the space within the hotel, it even has a lovely terrace overlooking the beautiful countryside. Full information on the spaces can be found here.
The Manor House really does feel like a resort especially with the cottages and the latest addition – their very own pub! The Castle Inn is a pub located in the village – less than a 5-minute walk (or stagger at the end of the night) from the Manor House – that is owned by Exclusive. The pub also has some bedrooms which can be used as overflow bedrooms if you've occupied all the bedrooms within the house and cottages – the rooms in the pub would be suitable for the organising team with your delegates staying in the main house and cottages. If you have exclusive use of the hotel and are there for a couple of days, the pub provides a great alternative for an informal dinner option night with the formal dinner night taking place in the Michelin star restaurant, the Bybrook.
After freshening up i.e. making the most of the amazing bathrooms (ladies – all rooms have the fantastic Dyson hairdryers, we were super impressed with them so much so were all on John Lewis looking them up to place an order…) we were all ready for the night's activities – a night of gin tasting and a tasting menu in the Michelin star restaurant! Personally, I was bit apprehensive about the gin tasting as I've not had good experiences on gin and it turned out a few other attendees felt the same so we were a hard audience to please but by the end of the gin masterclass we had all learnt about we liked / didn't like, how the tonic really does affect the taste of the gin and even a few of us were converted gin drinkers! Josh, the Bar Manager, really knows his stuff, along with the other bar tenders, the bar has a list of over 250 gins including their own gin!
Up next was the tasting menu with paired wines in the restaurant, the restaurant has a Michelin star and I have to say the food was seriously good and well deserved of the star. After a night of fantastic food, drink and great company with lots of laughs, we ended the evening in the bar with a nightcap – we were going to head to the games room for a game of pool and board games but at this point our beds were calling.
At our FAM trips, we always say that the breakfast is vital as it is the lasting impression of the hotel. I'm happy to report that the breakfast didn't let the Manor House down! It was delicious with lots of healthy and non-healthy options, the breakfast is served in the Bybrook restaurant and they also offer room service if you wish to make the most of your rooms.
A few of us really didn't want to leave the Manor House or Castle Combe so much so we stayed on for the day, we explored the grounds, the local area and after a 5k walk we had worked up an appetite (not sure how after all the food we had consumed in the past 24 hours) so we headed to the pub to check out the lunch menu. It really was the perfect FAM trip, we can't wait to return to the Manor House it really is the perfect venue for events that require 5 star treatment in a beautiful setting – all within 70 minutes from London.
For further information on the Manor House or any of the hotels in the Exclusive group reach out to Ratnesh Bakhai.
Who doesn’t love flowers? I mean we work in a very creative industry and when styling our events, the florals can either make or break your event. I would say it’s one of my favourite parts of our roles, being able to work with an amazing florist to bring your vision to life!
On Monday morning we had the pleasure of having one of this months networking events at Pinstripes and Peonies whom are based in the New Covent Garden Flower Market. I’ve always wanted to go to the market and have worked with Rouri before at Pinstripes & Peonies so I knew our members would love them and the morning Rouri had prepared for them.
Despite the rain we all arrived to their warehouse (which is in the flower market) to meet the team and over coffee with some pretty amazing pastries (please send me the name of that bakery Rouri) before being taken on a tour of the market. I like to think we all know our craft well but I fear not nearly as well as Rouri knows flowers. Creative Director Ruari leads the team which has over 40 years combined experience. Having studied law at university and then training as a chef at Michelin-starred restaurant Le Gavroche, we are delighted that Ruari found his natural talent in floristry and his passion and talent for his craft is evident. We learnt all about the best flowers for the seasons, what to look for when buying flowers for ourselves and the most important thing we learnt is that a long lead time means better flowers! Seriously and I am so guilty of this, giving them a weeks’ notice is not doing my event any favours in sourcing and sometimes growing the best flowers for my event so if I take only one thing away from our event, it's this.
One of the reasons I love Pinstripes & Peonies is their approach to philanthropy and sustainability. They have been supporting Floral Angels since 2003. If you have yet to hear about Floral Angles they are amazing. They work to donate all the flowers us event managers do not have use for after our events to worthy beneficiaries like homeless shelters and care homes. It really does make you happy to know all those beautiful flowers aren’t being wasted and they are also in the same warehouse as Pinstripes & Peonies which makes it even easier to suppor them.
After the tour it was back to the workshop for a flower making masterclass which was up there with one of the best things I’ve done. Given expert instruction by the in-house florist, we then had the opportunity to build our arrangements step by step! I loved it, you really switch off and am seriously so proud of what we created. They have pride of place on my dining table at home and I had some lovely compliments carrying them on the tube on the way home.
We said our thankyous (wish I’d nicked more pastries) and made our way to the office by 10.30, arrangements in tow ready to proudly show off our creative flair.
Pinstripes & Peonies are accredited at some pretty fabulous venues and can also work outside of London, you can contact the team here!
The date for the introduction of the new GDPR legislation from 25 May is becoming quite imminent. When it first came to light last year we are pretty sure we were not the only ones didn’t fully appreciate the gravity of the new laws or think about how they would affect our roles. How wrong were we and evidently a lot of other fellow event mangers too as in the last few months, the introduction of the GDPR Legislation is a hot topic at any of the networking events we attend not just buyer side but supplier side too. Now, we are clued up and ready to go but you can always learn more right?
If you have been living under a rock and still think I am talking about Gross Domestic Product (but not sure what the R stands for), let me give you a brief overview. GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation and is specific to the 28 EU member states centring around the way members have their data handled and more importantly, the way it is used and stored.
For us Event Managers, we are privy to a whole range of personal data and share this data with third parties almost daily. The more data we have on our guests and attendees the better, more tailored and personalised event experience, right? We share everything from passport details with travel agencies to sharing dietary reports with restaurants, hotels and venues and we share personal information on those all important rooming lists. All of this is part of our role so, it will affect us and quite a lot. If all of that isn’t scary, what about the actual way all that data is stored and what do you do if you feel you have a breech?
Eventogy are hosting a seminar on 3 May with a panel of speakers whom, we hope, will help answer some of these questions followed by a drinks and canapé reception to be able to share what we have learned with each other. You can register for the seminar via the link below.
From feeling like a Princess for the night by staying in Leeds Castle for our March FAM to being in the Royal Suite at the Savoy – our group gets to experience so many amazing things!
The Savoy is one of those iconic hotels in London but surprisingly many of our guests had not been before which gave our hosts, Julia and Alex, the perfect opportunity to showcase the beautiful event spaces.
We started off the evening our favourite way – with a glass of bubbles in the Knight's Bar at Simpson's in the Strand which is one of the oldest restaurants in London and is very much part of the Savoy family. The restaurant opened in 1828 originally as a chess club for men only – much to our surprise (and shock) women were only allowed in the restaurant in the 1950s! As well as being a restaurant, Simpson's has two event spaces on the first floor, capacities can be found here.
It was then off to the Savoy….after walking up the glamourous driveway we were whisked into the stunning lobby and introduced to the most famous cat in London – Kaspar! Kaspar is sadly not a real cat but a sculpture who, for the past 90 years, has joined dining parties to make up groups of thirteen to avoid the unlucky number of 13 – he joins with a napkin round his neck and a full place setting ready to enjoy dinner! The hotel has lots of great stories to tell, if you have delegates who love history you can actually arrange for a tour of the hotel with an historian who will tell all the wonderful stories of the hotel.
We didn't let Kaspar steal the show though – talking of shows did you know the Savoy has its own theatre??! There are 11 event spaces at the hotel with capacities ranging from 10 – 800 delegates, each room is beautifully decorated and has a unique feel, our favourite rooms are the Lancaster Ballroom and the River Rooms. Full information on each meeting/private dining space can be found here. A great feature is that there is a private entrance on the river side of the hotel which is ideal when you are holding a large event at the hotel. For those looking for unique experiences for your delegates, the hotel has an in-house florist who is able to offer flower arrangement classes, the pastry chefs are able to offer chocolate making classes and the mixologists from the world's best bar – the American bar – can also offer cocktail making classes! The hotel is super flexible with respect to whether you would prefer a room hire rate, a day delegate rate etc.
After exploring the hotel, we had worked up quite an appetite so off we went to eat, drink and chat – before doing so we checked out the first electric lift to have been placed in a British hotel (which has a seat in for ladies in case they found the experience scary – we, of course, had to take a picture of us all in the lift!). We were all laughing from the photo that we did not quite realise where Julia and Alex were taking us until we stepped into the grand double doors and realised we were in the ROYAL SUITE!!! After exploring the suite (i.e. running around with lots "wow, have you seen this!?" comments – the Instagram stories were on fire!), we all enjoyed a private cocktail masterclass from one of the lovely mixologists from the American Bar and tucked into some delicious canapes – the tuna tartare was amazing!!!
We finished off the evening with our very own Eventprofslive cake – we were in heaven in the Royal Suite and certainly didn't want to leave, we were made to feel so welcome by our hosts and all the staff members who looked after us.
Our group had a fabulous evening at the Savoy, we can't wait to return! Any events related queries reach out to Julia Mastrogiannaki who will look after you wonderfully – let her know we sent you J
Who doesn't want to stay in "the loveliest castle in the world", I mean seriously, if you received an invitation to attend an event there could you say no? We certainly couldn't and last Friday our March FAM was held at Leeds Castle which really is, the loveliest castle in the world.
Leeds Castle is not in Leeds (as most of us originally thought) , it is in Maidstone Kent and just 50 minutes from London Victoria. Our FAM started with a fabulous afternoon tea in the Maidens Tower Long Gallery where we caught up with the Leeds Castle team, Meet Beyond London and Conference Maidstone. After a brief intro it was off outside for a bit of falconry and to meet the stars of Leeds Castle, the birds! There are five different experiences that you can incorporate into your event, we loved it (especially the Owls) and you can read more about it here.
After meeting the birds it was time to check-in and have a bit of leisure time to enjoy our stunning rooms. Each of The Castle State Rooms have their own stories. As you can imagine the Castle is steeped in history and it was so fascinating to read about what our room had been in the past two hundred years and more importantly... who had slept there. Apart from being stunning in decoration, the beds where out of this world comfortable. I don't know if I am getting old but I literally sat on mine, sunk into it and nodded off. They are the most comfortable beds ever.
Our group then met in the Library for a welcome drink before a full tour of the castle to learn all about its history. The castle's most famous owner was of course King Henry VIII and you can read more about all the fascinating history here.
After the tour it was off for a fabulous dinner in the Dining Room where we got to know our hosts and dined on asparagus tart, duck and cake for pudding. It really was a lovely evening! A few of us had a nightcap and then it was off to those comfy beds. Up early for breakfast and a morning to explore the grounds before heading back to London!
When holding your corporate event at Leeds Castle, there are three types of accommodation available. The Castle State Rooms (eight in total) which consists of eight charming rooms, many of which offering breath-taking views over the moat. The castle bedrooms (seven in total) are styled around members of the housekeeping staff during the 1920s and a further 17 bedrooms are available in Stable Courtyard, just a few minutes walk away from the Castle Island. The Maiden's Tower, on the Castle Island, has five en-suite bedrooms offering complete luxury for the hosts and their guests. Currently the 24 hour rate is only £245 plus vat which is amazing when you consider the experience you are giving your delegates.
In terms of activity options, you are spoilt for choice. Just a short drive away you have Go Ape which is one of the best team building activities around. You have golf, falconry and Segways as well and can bring anything in (within reason).
We loved our FAM to Leeds Castle and feel so privleged to be able to showcase all these amaging hotels, venues and spaces that would work so well for corporates both in and around London.
If you would like any more information on Leeds Castle or to host one of our corporate FAM tips or events, drop us a line.
As an event manager, making sure your content is seen on Instagram to me, is so much more important than letting my friends see my #fitspo or #getinmybelly posts. Posts used to be seen chronologically however with the 2018 Instagram Algorithm change some reports suggest that only 10% of your audience is seeing your posts. The new algorithm works on post engagement so how many likes, comments and general interaction your post is getting. By lots of interaction, Instagram determines that this post is engaging and thus more people will want to see it. Basically if those initial 10% engage, then the other 90% may see it. So, although my post is probably now two months old for those that stay on top of #eventtech changes for those that still need help, here are my top two tips to try and beat that algorithm.
Hashtags – I always thought loads of hashtags gave you more chance of being noticed by anyone searching for any of the 30 hashtags that Instagram allowed… This is wrong. Apparently less is more and a couple of hashtags specific to the niche you are targeting will suffice. Instagram will see you less like a spammer and this may get more of your stuff seen. Lots of hashtags also makes you look like you are just posting to get likes when instead, you should be sharing your posts with people who are genuinely interested in your content.
In events we are lucky we have #eventprofs, #eventplanner and #eventtech which are of most interest to me. In theory, using these three with one of two in addition (#sitevisit #comeflywithme #production) depending on what I want people to engage on may be enough.
I have all my hashtags saved in my notepad and then copy and paste them into a post depending on the content. I keep them specific to travel posts and site visit posts, catering and food posts and general event planning posts.
Comments – try and comment and respond to your comments as quick as possible. I know this is not always ideal but to keep the momentum going it is suggested you shouldn’t really be leaving it more than an hour to respond to a comment.
Another way to boost engagement on your posts via comments is to use comments that provide a call to action. Ask a questions to start an engaging conversation but make sure they are relevant to the post. In events we could ask questions on catering, perhaps comparing two dishes, side by side at a tasting and asking for user preference to production/set design!
There is a great read here from Hootsuite that will give you more tips on how to write fabulous, engaging comments.
That’s my top two tips – let me know how you get on!
The motto of The Vineyard is "We love wine. We eat, sleep and drink it" coincidently we do too so the Vineyard was the perfect fit for our February FAM trip.
The Vineyard is a 5 star luxury hotel in Berkshire - the journey from London Paddington takes less than 1 hour, and for our FAM, we were met at the station by our own personal driver, John, who was super friendly and provided us with lots of information on the hotel and the local area in the short 10 minute journey. Within 1 hour 20 minutes of leaving our desks we were standing in the stunning reception with a glass of wine in our hand which is ideal for Off sites and Away Days.
The hotel has 49 bedrooms, 32 of which are gorgeous suites. The group were all lucky enough to stay in the Atrium Suites which provide ample space for your delegates to comfortably work in the living room area of their suite without feeling like they are in their bedroom. The suites all have a lovely balcony providing views of the surrounding countryside and just feel so luxurious!
If your group were going to extend their stay or wanted to explore outside of the property, the local area provides an array of opportunities to add on elements to your event including golf, an experience at Bombay Sapphire Distillery, shopping experience at Bicester Village, horse racing at Newbury and for those Downton Abbey fans or international delegates looking for the typical English experience Highclere Castle is close by.
The hotel has five event spaces with the largest event suite having a capacity for up to 160 delegates. The event spaces all have that important natural daylight and what was very obvious from all our interactions with all members of staff, your delegates would receive impeccable service. The hotel is perfect for exclusive use providing your delegates with that "special" feel.
As you can see from our intro, the hotel is all about wine and for us, one of the highlights of the evening was having a private tour of one of the wine cellars. The hotel has over 30,000 bottles in their cellars with 3,000 bins which makes it quite the collection and so fascinating. The wine cellar would be a great addition to add onto your event with each tour accommodating up to 15 people.
After soaking up the atmosphere (and the smell of wine) in the wine cellar, we were more than ready to taste some! We were extremely lucky to join the wine experience that was taking place - a five course tasting menu with paired wines in one of the lovely event spaces The food was incredible, the service was impeccable and the wine was divine - we learnt a lot about wine and felt quite privileged to be able to taste a few that we would usually not be privy to. It really is a special experience.
With that lovely full feeling of an amazing evening of food and wine, we actually retired to our suites much earlier than usual and surprisingly woke up feeling very fresh faced the next day! So much so we enjoyed the day relaxing in the spa within the hotel before we begrudgingly got back on the train to London.
If your delegates love good food, good wine and impeccable service then the Vineyard is for you. For more information, reach out to Sarah Birch at the Vineyard who will be very happy to provide you with further information.
We at Eventprofslive are finally out of winter, we know this because this morning we had a breakfast event at The Hospital Club and we had 100 percent attendance! This would never happen in winter for an early start though it may also have something to do with the intrigue of our venue! Every one of our members had heard of it but never actually been.
The Hospital Club is based just by Covent Garden station and is a private members club for the creative industries offering the facilities it needs to connect, collaborate and create. Split over seven stories, the building has so many amazing spaces for hire from a fully equipped tv and music studio and screening room to different sized function and event spaces and to top it all off – 15 stunning hotel rooms. The spaces can be utilized for events from 2 to 300 and you can find out more about all of the spaces here. The types of events that would suit the spaces perfectly range from general meetings to conferences, drinks receptions, lunches and dinners to private screenings. One of my favourite rooms is the Oak Room which has its own bar, lounge and adjoining balcony. The events you could hold in this room would be amazing with a capacity to take up to 125 standing, it even has its own DJ setup, ready to go!
Our event started at 8.00 am with a site visit of all the lovely event spaces followed by a tasty breakfast and catch-up with the group. I have hosted quite a few events at The Hospital Club and the food has always been outstanding. The restaurant has a three star rating from the Sustainable Restaurant Association which means their approach to locally produced food is always in season and will always (as I have witnessed) be fabulous. One of my favourite ever tastings I did was at The Hospital Club.
After a quick catch-up it was a tour of the bedrooms and then off to work which meant we all pretty much got to work on time! The bedrooms were launched in 2015 and where designed by Russell Sage Studios. They are stunning and range from standard rooms up to suites with state-of-the-art sound and vision AND rainforest showers. The best thing though is the evening turndown cocktail trolley.
We loved our breakfast and show round – big thanks to Simone and the team for hosting us. For more information on The Hospital Club or any of their meeting and events spaces contact them here.
We are slowly making our way through all of the fabulous Exclusive Hotels and Venues and last Friday we were off to Fanhams Hall, a Grade II Jacobean mansion house located in Ware for our first FAM of 2018. From Liverpool Street, the venue is just a 45 minute train ride away and only 60 minutes from Heathrow which is very handy.
Our group arrived at 3.00 pm for an amazing light lunch and a chat with Jonathan, MD of Fanham’s Hall before heading off on a site visit of all the meeting and event spaces and there are a lot. Fanhams Hall has 24 meeting and syndicate rooms. Of these 20, 12 are principal meeting rooms and a further 12 are breakout rooms, all flexible in their layouts and all of them having loads of lovely natural daylight. The biggest space, The Hertford and Ware is perfect for larger meetings and is very modern and sleek in design with the most amazing views and fits up to 70 cabaret. Amongst all the meeting and event spaces you will find the long gallery which is my favourite. The long gallery was originally a stunning picture gallery with ornate chandeliers and dual aspect views of the gorgeous gardens, there is also two small syndicate rooms that work with it to make it a wonderful, different option for that board level away day. You can find more on the capacities of all the meeting rooms here.
In the midst of our site visit of the event spaces, we headed outside to see all of the venues grounds and the Japanese Tea Gardens which are truly spectacular. They would make a stunning backdrop for your onsite activities. I really fell in love with them they were just so unexpected...
After our site visit it was back to our rooms to freshen up ready for our welcome drinks and private dinner which was superb. Our chef certainly served up an amazing menu and words (but I hope pictures can) cannot describe the desert. It was AMAZING and provided a good lining for the next part of our site visit… the Karaoke Klub. I can’t quite put into words how fun our night was but I will try.
The Karaoke Club is the venue’s Klub which is a completely self-contained stand alone venue where your guests can sing their hearts out. It also has its own bar and I think adding this on to any offsite/away day would be amazing. It is so good for team building. We certainly had the best time.
The next morning, with some very sore heads we all met up for breakfast and had a giggle about the nights signing stars. This was such a wonderful FAM trip, thank you so much to Fanhams for having us!
We really think Fanhams would work beautifully for a away day or meeting. They have some very competitive 24 hour rates and combined with its proximity to London’s Liverpool Street and those magical gardens it’s definitely worth looking at!
Our first event of 2018 took it back to where we first had the idea for Eventprofslive initially....The Mondrian Hotel located on the Southbank. It was great to head back to see how much The Mondrian, and Eventprofslive has evolved!
For those who have not been to The Mondrian, you must – it oozes glamour all whilst looking out with amazing views overlooking the River Thames and the stunning City of London.
A few of us were lucky enough to check out the new Agua Bathhouse and Spa which is based in the Mondrian and quite unexpected. The spa has six private treatment rooms, a nail and grooming lounge, steam rooms and the most elegant spa lounge we've seen - the perfect spot to relax with a glass of bubbles which is what we did! The spa area would make a great area to add a special touch to your events or a great place to pop in for a cheeky manicure!
After the spa it was off to The Rumpus Room which is a stunning rooftop bar with fantastic views of London - we LOVE this space! The space can hold up to 250 people for a drinks reception and there is also an outdoor balcony for those who wish to take in the views with some fresh air. The Rumpus Room is also perfect for semi-private areas if you need a drinks space for a smaller group before dinner in the hotel's private dining space. Our group loved this space - fantastic views of London, attentive waiting staff all with delicious food and drinks whilst soaking up the atmosphere of the live entertainment.
When you are the space don't forget to check out the photo booth as well which provided hours of entertainment and photos we are not willing to share!
Although very important on our events, it wasn't all eating, drinking and chatting! After we all caught up it was off to check out the event spaces which are really versatile with options to suit all group sizes. The main meeting space is located on its own, self-contained level which is perfect if you want exclusivity and privacy. On this floor, there are 4 studios that can either be opened as one room for up to 275 guests for a conference or, split into 4 rooms for smaller meetings/breakout sessions.
The Studio Foyer has a great movie theme throughout with references to the film world which we loved. The Screening Room is a state of the art movie theatre for up to 57 guests in a luxury setting, a great spot for product launches, a screening of the latest (or a favourite) film or even a quirky breakout room. The Foyer itself is also a great option for a drinks and canapés reception before heading into the Screening Room for the film.
Up next on our site visit was the popular Dandeylan Bar which is famous for its cocktails! This space, like the rest of the hotel, is super cool and the bartenders add to this with their mixology skills. This space can hold up to 200 people on exclusive hire or there is an area at the back for semi-private hire for smaller groups. This space is also a great option for a day conference space as there is a projector and black-out blinds if wish to hide the wonderful view to discuss that "special project".
Within the restaurant, there is a cute private dining room for up to 22 guests. It has a luxury feel with leather chairs, a solid wooden table and the stunning original "S" and "C" gold letters on the wall from the original signage. The area is made private with sliding glass doors and has its own private terrace - perfect for some pre-dinner drinks (well maybe in a few months’ time once the sun makes an appearance!). The menu is a feasting menu providing lots of options for your guests but also adds that interactive / less formal feel which is super trendy now. The restaurant - like the rest of the hotel - is very flexible so if you would prefer a formal menu just ask.
The hotel is a great spot for eating, drinking and meeting so something for everyone - we highly recommend you check it out!
Michelle Rees is a Events Advisor for a London Law Firm
Kate is a Events Manager for a London Law Firm