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Sovereign Chauffeur Services

Sovereign is now in its 20th year of providing chauffeur services. We are recognised in the industry as a high quality service provider, and... find out more

Motel One - Tower Hill

Centrally located in East London, the Motel One London-Tower Hill is a budget boutique 291-room non-smoking property with a design decor. Guests... find out more

Partner Directory: Venues

One of the country’s finest historic houses, Woburn Abbey has been home to the Earls and Dukes of Bedford for over 300 years. The sprawling 3,000 acre Estate offers four completely different venues for corporate events, held against the glorious backdrop of its surrounding woodland. The highlight is The Sculpture Gallery, set in an elegant period building that was built over 200 years ago as an orangery for the fifth Duke of Bedford. Overlooking the Rose Garden and Camelia Lake, it is an exclusive setting for corporate events, product launches, weddings and gala dinners for up to 250 guests. The Woburn Hotel is the gateway to the Estate with 4 AA stars, 55 bedrooms and Olivier’s Restaurant, with 2 AA Rosettes. Woburn is located about an hour or less from London, Birmingham, Oxford and Cambridge, with great transport links from around the UK.
All of Puglia comes together in Borgo Egnazia – the light and landscape, the sea and sky, the melting pot of history and contemporary culture, the natural world and all its rich natural produce, the sunny, giving spirit of its people. The essence of Puglia is present in everything from the colour of the stone to the banks of rosemary, the local dishes in the restaurant and the local people who come here every day to work. You can go at your own pace, be as lazy or as active as you like, with plenty of activity to choose from. You can take advantage of all the spa has to offer, or just let nature take its course as the place itself works its calming magic and helps you reconnect with your emotions.
Hotel Marignan Paris 5 star is ideally located at 12 Rue de Marignan, a quiet street in the 8th Arrondissement, which connects the Champs-Elysees and the Avenue Montaigne, Mecca of Parisian shopping, in the center of the famous “Triangle d’Or of Paris”. As the hotel sits only steps from the Grand Palais as well as from many prestigious art galleries, its address has a natural association with both art and culture. The interior architect Pierre Yovanovitch, icon of New French Style, transformed the Hotel Marignan Paris into an island of contemporary luxury, a serene and confidential stop in the heart of the capital. At the Marignan, customer service is about making guests feel welcome and ensuring a bespoke experience. The hotel offers 45 bedrooms and 5 suites, an innovative bar, an "in season" restaurant and a private screening room.
Welcome to your lifestyle hotel, the Kameha Grand Zürich with its impressive architecture, its extraordinary interior design and, above all, its attentive and warm-hearted service. With its 245 rooms and suites, an event hall accommodating up to 960 people, a large convention centre as well as several business suites the Kameha Grand Zürich caters especially for the needs of business people. Our hotel is the perfect setting for creative ideas, impressive presentations, dreamlike events and your individual meetings. Be surprised and inspired by our extraordinary overall concept. Feel free to contact us with any questions, requests and wishes at any time.
Created from golden Sienna marble, The Café is a beautiful, calming space fronting London’s vibrant Regent Street. Celebrating the European tradition of café culture, The Café offers a light menu of seasonal dishes alongside an espresso bar and counters lined with cakes, pastries and chocolates; these are created fresh everyday by Hotel Café Royal's executive pastry chef, Andrew Blas. Hot drinks, cakes and selected dishes are also available to takeaway.
The Oscar Wilde Bar, formerly the iconic Grill Room, has been exquisitely restored to its authentic Louis XVI detailing. Originally established in 1865, it is now the place to enjoy Afternoon Tea, Champagne, sparkling wine and a light menu in the evening, complemented by a further programme of live entertainment.Nestled between the elegance of Mayfair and the creativity of Soho, this is the space where great minds came together to change the world. It is in this very room that Oscar Wilde fell in love with Lord Alfred Douglas, Aubrey Beardsley debated with Whistler, David Bowie retired Ziggy Stardust and Mick Jagger, the Beatles and Elizabeth Taylor danced the night away.