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What's New: UK Venues — July 2008

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Archives for July 2008

Take-Off for The Aviator - What's New: UK Venues Take-Off for The Aviator

TAG London Farnborough, Europe's only airport for the exclusive use of business aircraft, has just got a whole lot more exclusive, with the launch of The Aviator. Created and managed by Ken McCulloch (of Malmaison fame), the new hotel features seven meeting rooms, all with runway views.

Fairmont St  Andrews Finishes Facelift   - What's New: UK Venues Fairmont St Andrews Finishes Facelift

Scottish golfing favourite Fairmont St Andrews Hotel has just finished its £10m renovation project, with a new spa, plushed-up bedrooms and a refurbished conference centre, meaning more space and flexibility for events (the centre is already Scotland's largest resort hotel conference facility). The hotel was voted in the Condé Nast Traveller readers' poll as 18th in the World's Top 100 Golf Resort.

Go Ape! at Five New UK Venues - What's New: UK Venues Go Ape! at Five New UK Venues

If you've got a head for heights, you must check out Go Ape! corporate team days, at five new locations around the UK. After a bacon buttie, your team will be sent off on a high-wire forest adventure course, 40ft up in the air. Bespoke packages are available and meeting facilities are on site, if you ever come back down to earth!

Gidleigh Park Celebrates 80th Birthday - What's New: UK Venues Gidleigh Park Celebrates 80th Birthday

Devon-based Gidleigh Park Hotel celebrates its 80th anniversary this year, and executive head chef Michael Caines has launched a delightful new kitchen garden to mark the celebrations, with fresh produce ready to use in the hotel's two Michelin-starred restaurant. Book one of the two private dining rooms to taste the goods...

Fun in Brum - What's New: UK Venues Fun in Brum

No need to travel to the coast this summer if you live in Birmingham: today sees the return of the Emirates Beach at Chamberlain Square, open from 11am to 7pm daily with free admission for all sun worshippers. And while we're on a nautical theme, don't forget to visit the Bullring Britannia: a real-life cruise ship in the city centre, holding up to 200 people for public and private events.

Host Open Air Events at Warwick Castle - What's New: UK Venues Host Open Air Events at Warwick Castle

Two new ways to hold an event at Warwick Castle this summer have just launched - and they both make the most of the Great Outdoors. Gain exclusive access to the Mediaeval Castle Mound until 9pm as part of a drinks reception package, or elsewhere in the Castle, conduct a meeting in the Outdoor Boardroom, with exclusive hire of the Conservatory, terrace and Peacock Garden from 9am-5pm for up to 70 delegates.

Donington Park Gets Grand Prix in 2010 - What's New: UK Venues Donington Park Gets Grand Prix in 2010

With news that the British Grand Prix is coming to Donington Park in 2010, we thought it timely to remind you of its excellent conference facilities, such as the Paddock Suite Complex at the heart of the track holding up to 600, and the Conservatory Suite, situated right by the Melbourne Hairpin section of the circuit. Add a track experience into the mix and hey presto, you're Lewis Hamilton!

The Boardroom Reopens at Old Course Hotel - What's New: UK Venues The Boardroom Reopens at Old Course Hotel

Following a refurbishment, The Boardroom, on the fourth floor of the Old Course Hotel (tel: 01334 474371) has just reopened, with its fabulous views across the famous Old Course, St Andrews and the North Sea. Holding up to 16, it works well teamed up with drinks in the neighbouring Road Hole Bar, again with pananoramic views from its vast expanse of windows.

A Boutique Hotel for Derby - What's New: UK Venues A Boutique Hotel for Derby

The Cathedral Quarter Hotel (tel: 01332 546080), Derby’s first boutique hotel, is a brand new £5 million development in the city’s buzzing Cathedral Quarter. Once home to the Derbyshire Police Museum, the listed building has had a major refurbishment and offers 38 bedrooms, two meeting rooms, a spa and gym. There is also a stylish restaurant and bar, with a private dining room for up to 18 guests, or a Chef’s Table for 8.

Delve inside earlier archives for June 2008 or browse through newer archives for August 2008.