The collection of meeting venues – based at the University of Warwick – took home the Best Anticipated Launch award for its new £5.3m venue, which is set to open this autumn.
The new dedicated meeting venue, which will offer 650sqm of contemporary and highly flexible event space, beat off competition from venues including The Royal York Hotel, Charingworth Manor, Hogarth’s Stone Manor, Hyatt Regency Birmingham and Trump Turnberry.
During a successful evening for the team, Warwick Conferences was also recognised with highly commended awards for Best Day Delegate – 24 Hour Rate and Best Large Conference/Exhibition Space.
Rachael Bartlett, head of sales and marketing at Warwick Conferences, says: “We are absolutely delighted to have won the award for Best Anticipated Launch at the CHS Awards, as well as being highly commended in two additional categories. Not only do we have fantastic facilities on offer for our clients, our teams are incredibly hard working and continue to provide an exceptional service.
“At Warwick Conferences we are dedicated to continuously enhancing and improving our facilities and we are very much looking forward to the new venue opening this autumn. The venue build is progressing well and we have already received a high number of enquiries, which highlights the current demand for high capacity, high quality and flexible event space in Central England.”
Warwick Conferences’ CHS Awards success follows its Gold award for Best Academic Venues at the M&IT Awards earlier this year. The collection of meeting venues also picked up Bronze for Best UK Management Training Centre and were recognised as finalists in the Best UK Conference Centre and Best Conference and Banqueting Staff categories.