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      Hilton London Bankside: Home to the world’s most creative meeting room

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      Representing the next generation of Hilton hotels, Hilton London Bankside is the perfect venue for an event, whether it’s for 8 people or 700 people. This design-led hotel has won multiple awards for its 11 flexible meeting spaces, five star customer service and diverse menu packages. The Mersive Wireless Presentation System used throughout allows presenters […]

      The Grand Hotel Birmingham will open again this summer

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      Starwood Capital Group has confirmed that The Grand Hotel will open its doors again this summer following a restoration project to return the city centre landmark to its former glory.  The luxury hotel, a Grade II listed building, will be home to 185 rooms and suites, retaining the building’s mix of French Renaissance, Victorian and […]

      CHECKING IN: Sopwell House

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      Located just north of London in St Albans, Sopwell House has been the subject of a £14m investment programme. And it shows. This exclusive, but warm and friendly, hotel and spa offers great facilities for business users and leisure guests – with a visit to the impressive Cottonmill Spa a must. PA Life checked in […]

      A trip down to Tewin Bury Farm

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      PA Life headed to the Williams’ restaurant at Tewin Bury Farm Hotel ahead of our recent FAM trip for a taster of lunch and a peek at the Hertfordshire venue’s event facilities…  Just 10 miles outside of North London, and nestled between the towns of Hertford and Welwyn in the Hertfordshire countryside, is Tewin Bury […]

      CHECKING IN: The Randolph Hotel, Oxford

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      James Borg revisits the recently refurbished 150-year-old landmark hotel in Oxford, ‘the city of dreaming spires’, that has spawned some of the greatest names in literature, such as Lewis Carroll, JRR Tolkien, CS Lewis and Philip Pullman… The ancient town centre of Oxford has lost none of its historic feel, despite being wrapped around by […]

      Why Roomex?

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      Roomex is the business hotel booking platform for your traveling workforce, wherever the job takes them. It provides PAs with a fast and simple online hotel booking, management and payment solution.  And unlike corporate travel agents or travel management companies, it’s completely free. There are no fees – and no contract requirement. One single monthly […]

      Checking In: University Arms, Cambridge

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      Just one hour from London, University Arms, Cambridge is a city-centre landmark hotel that is ideal for both business travellers and weekend explorers, as Hamish Kilburn discovers when checking in for the night… Life is about the journey and not necessarily just the destination. At University Arms, Cambridge, however, life inside the hotel is about […]

      CHECKING IN: Down Hall Hotel & Spa, Hatfield Heath, Essex

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      This hidden gem on the Hertfordshire/Essex borders is an impressive – and versatile – venue for a variety of corporate and leisure options, as Lisa Carter reports… There is no doubt that Down Hall is steeped in history. Situated on the Hertfordshire/Essex border, it’s one of England’s longest-established country hotels. The stately home itself dates […]

      The Grand Suite reopens at 5 star Grand Jersey Hotel & Spa

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      Grand Jersey Hotel & Spa in St Helier, part of the independently-owned Hand Picked Hotels group, has unveiled its newly-refurbished Grand Suite, re-establishing its position as a premier AA Five Star venue on the island for conferences, meetings and corporate events. During the extensive refurbishment, The Grand Suite, the hotel’s principal event space, underwent a […]

      Checking In: Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa

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      Nestled in the Surrey countryside, on the fringes of London, Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa, offers an unforgettable setting for business meetings and corporate days of all sizes. Hamish Kilburn checks in to the 19th Century venue to find out more… London is overrated, is the audacious conclusion I have made following a recent trip […]