The new venue, called ‘The Orangery,’ is a beautifully designed building, that sits opposite the main house of the hotel. It has a glass frontage providing stunning views over the Malverns, and the Worcestershire countryside. It also has its own private gardens, and terrace, making it ideal for private parties and corporate functions.
Craig Webb, general manager of the hotel, said: “We are really excited about the opening of The Orangery. We have heavily invested time in the design and execution of the build to create a stunning conference and events venue. The glass frontage is really special and the views it provides are phenomenal. We can’t wait for our first few conferences to take place. Delegates will love it, it’s a very tranquil place to work and learn.”
The new conference suite cost £1m to build, and has taken 4 months to erect. It can cater up to 120 people sitting down. Perfect for large conferences. Plus can accommodate 180 standing in the evenings, so a great venue for corporate events, product launches and so forth.
Craig concluded: “This is fantastic for both us as a hotel, and also for companies looking for a quality conference venue. We can now cater for bigger events, where the main hotel and restaurant can still run as it normally would. Whilst delegates of the Orangery can enjoy an exclusive private conference or corporate event.”