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Corinthia Hotels extends 'Fifth Delegate Goes Free' offer for MICE planners

Corinthia Hotels, the internationally renowned brand of luxury hotels, has announced the extension of Fifth Goes Free, an exciting offer uniquely tailored towards the MICE market whereby every fifth delegate attending a MICE event in any landmark Corinthia Hotel in Budapest, Lisbon, London, Malta, Prague, and St Petersburg is offered free accommodation and a daily delegate package.

Fifth Goes Free, continues Corinthia Hotels' tradition of catering to business guests by providing outstanding service on all levels. The exclusive deal has now been extended for new events booked before the 30th of June 2014 and taking place until the end of December 2015, with a top limit of 50 delegates and 50 room nights.

This offer comes with all the benefits of Corinthia’s dedicated Events at Corinthia programme, which makes seven distinct promises, and has been designed specifically to meet the growing demand for meetings that provide a unique but ultimately professional experience for delegates.

The Events at Corinthia’s Seven Promises comprise:
• Enquiry feedback within 24 hours  
• Customised page on
• Dedicated, highly trained Event Planner for round-the-clock exclusive support
• Complimentary Wi-Fi throughout all Corinthia Hotels
• Cellular phone with pre-programmed local contacts and credit
• Fully prepared event room at least 60 minutes before event
• Upgraded organiser suite completely free of charge

For Corinthia, the focus in on a creating a 360˚offering which encompasses everything from destination to ‘down time’. Through the Events at Corinthia programme, the group’s individually-designed luxury hotels in Budapest, Malta, Prague, St Petersburg, Lisbon and their flagship ‘Grand hotel for the 21st century’ in the heart of London, meet these expectations through a combination of world-class facilities and service.

Uniquely crafted to deliver on their commitment of ‘meetings worth staying for’, Events at Corinthia’s ‘Seven Promises’ include enquiry feedback within 24 hours and a customized page on This tailor-made web page can include display maps, agendas and meeting details as well as offering a function which allows delegates to register directly for their event.

Each meeting is also allocated a dedicated and highly trained event assistant to give exclusive support throughout the event, while organisers are guaranteed 24-hour access to on-site event experts through the provision of a complimentary mobile phone pre-programmed with credit and important contact details.

Additionally, Corinthia provides leading technology and complimentary Wi-Fi in all of the hotels’ guestrooms, its wide range of meeting spaces, breakout rooms and public areas. Meeting planners will also have access to their own event room at least 60 minutes beforehand, while yet another privileged offer is the provision of an upgraded suite for the group organiser at no extra charge.

All of Corinthia’s nine hotels are superbly located in the hearts of some of the most exciting cities in the world, fully equipped with luxurious spas, highly modern gymnasiums and award winning restaurants, the best conditions to make business meetings truly ‘worth staying for’. 

“At Corinthia we are led by our passion to deliver an experience that is aimed at surpassing our guests’ expectations,” states James Farrow, SVP Sales, Corinthia Hotels. 

“We have witnessed a renewed energy in the meetings and incentives market and have reacted accordingly by ensuring that each of our nine hotels, while retaining their own unique character, never compromise on the shared Corinthia high standard of service. The ‘Fifth Goes Free’ offer, whereby every fifth delegate attending a MICE event in any of the nine luxury hotels is offered totally free accommodation and meeting package, further underscores how Corinthia is raising the bar for the MICE market by creating outstanding Meetings Worth Staying For’”.

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