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A series of personal reports on selected hotels by ITCM staff

Enjoy the essence of The Cotswolds

Foxhill Manor exterior

Sydney Paulden is a guest at Foxhill Manor, now an exclusive venue

I was dreaming that I was asleep in a four-poster bed in a huge bedroom in a beautiful manor house in the Cotswolds - and that I was lucky enough to have a house butler and chef.
Then I woke up – to find it wasn’t a dream. I was in Foxhill Manor!
Foxhill Manor was built in the Arts & Crafts architectural style in 1907. It was a stately home on hills overlooking the village of Broadway. It has just been totally refurbished and is now available as a country retreat for exclusive use.


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Big investment in a conference hotel in New York

Sheraton Times Square New York exterior

Michelle Chenery reports on the $180m renovation of the Sheraton New York Times Square

A $180m renovation has re-invigorated this property and its MICE facilities, giving a fresh new contemporary feel to the property. Located between Central Park and Times Square on 7th Avenue in the Midtown business and entertainment district, you can go from a meeting straight to a famous uptown restaurant in a matter of minutes.

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Beautifully located venue fit for a queen

Luton Hoo aerial shot

Roger St. Pierre reports from Luton Hoo Hotel Golf & Spa

If you are guided by the motto ‘Location, location, location’, then Luton Hoo Hotel Golf & Spa may fit the bill. It is a stately pile set less than a mile off the M1 motorway, five-minutes from half-hourly trains from London St. Pancras – the Eurostar terminal – and 10 minutes drive from London Luton airport.
This remarkable venue also has other elements in its favour, not least the fact that the opulence of the main mansion can make Buckingham Palace seem like a council house in comparison.


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Rosewood – London’s new word for luxury

Rosewood London Hotel exterior

ITCM reports on a visit to Rosewood London, the group’s first hotel in Europe

Rosewood has arrived in Europe and it is making its presence felt.
Rosewood London Hotel is a better-than-5-star Grade-II listed property on High Holborn where the West End merges with the City. It is a hotel that impresses from the moment a guest enters the property’s own courtyards, a true luxury in an otherwise heavily congested area.


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How to be a delegate and tourist in New York

New York Marriott Downtown hotel

Michelle Chenery takes a small bite of the Big Apple from the New York Marriott Downtown hotel

Any delegate attending a conference in New York will also want to be a tourist. That is why the New York Marriott Downtown hotel is a favourite for MICE events. It has excellent meetings facilities and is a typically New York property, extremely well placed for making the most of any free time.
I took a small bite of the Big Apple by staying in the heart of New York’s Financial District in one of the 497 rooms of the New York Marriott Downtown.


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