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A series of personal reports on selected hotels by ITCM staff

Roger St. Pierre savours a welcoming Welsh hideaway

Nanteos Mansion

An 18thC elegant Georgian Mansion serves memorable food

Set just two miles outside the bustling Mid Wales university town and seaside resort of Aberystwyth, with its direct train link to Birmingham International Airport and onward connections to London Euston, gracious Nanteos Mansion (www.nanteos.com) is easy to access. It even has a helicopter-landing pad.
Yet, set at the end of a mile long drive, amid acre beyond acre of glorious parkland and woods and overlooking a placid lake, it’s a perfect hideaway venue for discreet business meetings, seminars, romantic incentives and team building exercises – with everything from shooting, hill walking, mountain biking and sea, lake and river angling readily to hand.


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Friendly luxury in Mayfair

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Sydney Paulden stays at Thompson’s Belgraves

Belgraves is a hotel that doesn’t fit into any narrow category. It is upmarket, but not snooty. The staff are friendly and courteous but not stuffy. They are eager to make guests feel welcome and comfortable.
Belgraves stands amongst the multi-million-pound properties of London’s Mayfair ambassador area, but guests feel the warmth and the hospitality as soon as they enter.
Not to be confused with hotels with similar names, such as The Belgrave or Belgravia, Belgraves is the only member of the Thompson group outside North America. It has five sister hotels in the USA and one in Canada.


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Fraser Suites Glasgow is more than a place to stay

Fraser Suites Glasgow exterior

Michelle Chenery reports on a wide range of group services

In the heart of Glasgow, steps away from the historic Merchant City, the fashion, food and vibrant cultural quarter, Fraser Suites Glasgow offers a total of 98, 4-star contemporary serviced apartments in a beautifully renovated 1850s former bank. Glasgow airport is 20 minutes away, the SECC less than 3 miles. In walking distance are George Square, the Gallery of Modern Art and Glasgow Cathedral – as well as the popular shops of Buchanan Street and St Enoch Centre.

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Quality food, facilities and service with a view

Hogarths Hotel and Restaurant, Solihull

Michelle Chenery reports on a stay at Hogarths Hotel and Restaurant, Solihull

A stay at Hogarths Hotel proved to me that if you prefer a venue that avoids the prices, the bustle and the hassle of a big city, you can still find high quality food, facilities and service.
Located near Solihull in 30 acres (12 hectares) of landscaped gardens and unspoilt woodland, it's hard to believe that Hogarths is only a few miles from the centre of Birmingham, the NEC and the LG Arena and literally a 5-minute drive from junction 4 of the M42.


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Relax or meet in the very heart of London

Citadines Prestige Holborn-Covent Garde meeting room

Sydney Paulden stays at the Citadines Prestige Holborn-Covent Garden

An organiser on a recce in London and looking for a very conveniently located base or a venue for an event should take a look at the Citadines Prestige Holborn-Covent Garden.
It is literally across the road from Holborn Tube Station, on High Holborn, which is a continuation of Oxford Street. It is, therefore, right in the centre of things – the shopping, the theatres, close to the City financial district and with the best transport connections. It was an easy walk back to Citadines after a meal at Jamie Oliver’s restaurant in Covent Garden. Other popular attrctions within walking distance are the Royal Opera House and the British Museum.


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