Hallmark Hotel The Queen was built in the 1850’s in homage to Queen Victoria as the country’s first grand railway hotel. With no other blueprints to base the building’s design on, the architecture was unique, and many say it was the first skyscraper of the time.
Despite it’s 150 year fascinating history, the hotel doesn’t scrimp on modern comforts and facilities. Read More
Red Carnation Hotels are a collection of family owned, award winning boutique hotels, with six located in London. All of the London hotels were listed as one of the ‘Top Hotels in London’ in Conde Nast Travelers 2016 Readers Choice Awards.
Today’s prize of a wonderful Champagne afternoon tea for 2 is valid in any one of the group’s four-star London hotels, The Montague on the Gardens, The Chesterfield Mayfair and The Rubens at the Palace. Read More
Kia Oval is home to Surrey County Cricket Club, located in central London and just a short walk from Oval and Vauxhall underground stations, making it the ideal venue for any London event.
One of the oldest and most historic venues in the world, the Kia Oval today offers world class event facilities, hosting up to 600 delegates in the venue’s premier event space – The England Suite. Read More
Located in Castle Coombe Wiltshire on the outskirts of Bath, The Manor House Hotel is a five star luxury country house hotel & golf club.
This beautiful retreat is ideal for meetings & events, surrounded by 365 acres of park & woodland yet conveniently located for access to Bristol Airport, the M4/M5 and only 75 minutes from central London. Read More
Today’s Advent prize comes courtesy of Grange Hotels and London’s latest blow-dry salon, Style & Blow located at the stunning Grange St. Paul’s Hotel.
Style & Blow is an express, high-performance blow-dry salon, with outstanding and professional on-trend styling, Style & Blow customers can achieve beautiful hair at their convenience, leaving them feeling ready to go for any occasion. This salon experience fits around a busy lifestyle, bringing stunning yet affordable hair to the increasingly vibrant cosmopolitan district of St Paul’s. Read More