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Follow in the footsteps of some of the country’s most iconic figures with meetings at The Hotel Collection

Organisers can hold a meeting or conference with a difference by choosing a venue which was frequented by some of the UK’s most influential political and literary figures, such as Winston Churchill, William Shakespeare or Agatha Christie. The Hotel Collection's 21 unique hotels offer a range of flexible meeting options – with inspiring venues suitable for small board meetings to team building days, large conferences and gala dinners.

The Hotel Collection has announced enhancements to its MEET programme. The ‘All you can MEET’ meeting rates offer all-inclusive packages that start from just £275 per day and includes a meeting space for a specified number of delegates, morning and afternoon snacks, LCD projector and flipchart. The package is also now available with flexible 48 hour cancellation terms. For more information, please visit: http://www.thehotelcollection.co.uk/offer/all-you-can-meet-2015/  

To inspire leadership follow in the footsteps of Churchill at The Imperial Hotel in Blackpool With past visitors including film stars, British prime ministers and politicians – most notably Winston Churchill – Blackpool’s prestigious Grade II building uniquely blends history and architecture in a seaside setting unlike any other. Churchill delivered the final conference speech of his career in the ‘Churchill Room’. The room, which accommodates up to 60 delegates, is a small boardroom with mahogany panelling. Previously used as a smoking room by Churchill, he even had his own button inside the room where he could summon a butler.  

To inspire creativity follow in the footsteps of Shakespeare at The Billesley Manor Hotel in Stratford-upon-Avon
Located in Stratford-upon-Avon, Billesley Manor is a 16th century Elizabethan manor house where, legend has it; William Shakespeare could often be found writing his plays in the library. It is also rumoured that he tied the knot with Anne Hathaway in 1582 at the All Saints Church, which sits on the property’s 11 acres of grounds. The 16th century hotel is set in 11 acres of Warwickshire countryside and has 12 meeting rooms – the largest seating up to 100 delegates theatre-style.  

For a dramatic and mysterious setting follow in the footsteps of Agatha Christie at The Imperial Hotel in Torquay
The Imperial Hotel is a magnificent Victorian hotel located on an exclusive cliff top position in Torquay. A regular haunt of Agatha Christie’s, The Imperial plays a key part in a number of her novels including Peril at End House – where the hotel is called The Majestic – as well as The Body in the Library and Sleeping Murder, where the final chapter takes place on the terrace of The Imperial. The hotel boasts eight flexible meeting rooms – the largest meeting room, the Torbay Suite, has capacity for up to 350 delegates.

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