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Do business at the new Northumbria Hotel

A boutique hotel has unveiled a raft of facilities for corporate guests heading to the North East on business.
In the latest stage of a phased refurbishment, the 55-bedroom New Northumbria Hotel, Osborne Road, Jesmond, has created a state-of-the-art function room along with a range of flexible and bespoke corporate packages.

The hotel is at the heart of one of Tyneside’s most affluent suburbs and its on-site Scalini’s Italian restaurant has helped make the New Northumbria one of the city’s foremost leisure venues.

Now it hopes, its new suite, which holds up to 50 delegates, will strengthen its appeal to local companies looking for a meeting venue as well as businesses travelling to the city from further afield.

The suite can be arranged in a choice of layouts and provides full audio visual connectivity and complimentary Wi-Fi. The hotel, owned by the Newcastle-based Malhotra Group, also offers corporate packages for clients wishing to host team building activities, interviews, networking events and social events.

Access to local gyms, discounted spa treatments at nearby venues, a same day laundry service and i-pod docking stations are also available upon request.

“The New Northumbria is perfectly situated for business guests as it is just one mile from the city centre and has excellent public transport links,” said Atul Malhotra, director of The Malhotra Group.

“It is also close to superb shops and the picturesque Jesmond Dene – however it is the warmth of the welcome we give each and every one of our guests that keeps them coming back.”

Day delegate rates at New Northumbria Hotel start from £25 per person and include room hire, a two-course lunch or buffet, two servings of tea and coffee, mineral water and the hire of equipment, such as LCD projectors, the PA system and flipcharts.

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