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Serve up a winner at your next meeting at Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa

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Wimbledon fever is sweeping the country and to celebrate luxury countryside retreat, Luton Hoo Hotel is offering an ace of a meetings offer with its ‘Perfect Break Point’ corporate package.
Guests booking a summer meeting at Luton Hoo can enjoy a dynamic and productive meeting in one the Bedfordshire hotel’s 22 distinctive conference rooms followed by a choice of either a working buffet lunch or a two-course meal in Adam’s Brasserie.

Attendees can then venture outside and enjoy the Great British summer with an energizing tennis lesson delivered by a qualified coach on the hotel’s very own Victorian grass court, one of only a few in the country. The package is finished off with a range of delicious courtside refreshments including Pimms and strawberries and scones served with jam and clotted cream.

Luton Hoo Hotel is just a 10-minute drive from London Luton airport, five minutes from the M1 and less than 30 minutes from London St. Pancras making it ideally located for both domestic and international attendees.

Those with a long way to travel can also take full advantage of the hotel’s five-star accommodation and truly relax in the knowledge their bed for the night is no more than a few steps away.

Matthew Long, general manager at Luton Hoo Hotel said: “With Wimbledon once again dominating our screens we wanted to offer our corporate customers an opportunity to mix up their meetings and enjoy a dynamic outdoor activity. We are extremely fortunate to be one of the only hotels in the country to boast an original Victorian grass tennis court as well as two all weather courts and so at Luton Hoo a morning meeting can flow effortlessly into an afternoon’s play.”

The Perfect Break Point meetings package is available from £115 per person and includes half-day room hire, tea and coffee, a choice of buffet lunch or two-courses in Adam’s Brasserie, a 90-minute tennis lesson and courtside refreshments.

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