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" People say the best way to experience a city is to follow the locals. Our team knows all the best venues, hotels and restaurants, so your clients are guaranteed a truly authentic UK experience, just like locals. "

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Hayley, HR Manager

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William Prosser

Managing Director

“We’re lucky to have access to Premier League tickets, so I enjoy watching the world’s best players every week. When the game ends, my favourite place to eat in London is Bentleys, an historic seafood restaurant with 2 private dining places.”
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Jennifer Turner

Event Director

“If I could only recommend one venue to host a London event, it would be One Great George Street - a beautiful historical building situated in the heart of Westminster with Big Ben just on your door step. Your clients will be amazed.”
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Anthony Hyde

Manchester & Liverpool Director

“Come to Manchester and experience life ‘up north’. There’s no better place to stay than the luxury Midland Hotel, and if you’re putting on an event, try The Monastery
– it’s just been magnificently restored.”
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Claire Hood

Event Account Executive

“If your clients are James Bond fans, immerse them in 007’s world at the incredible Bond in Motion exhibition. For dinner, eat your way around Borough Market or go upmarket at Chez Bruce in Wandsworth – a true local secret.”
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Charlene Beresford

Senior Account Manager

“Afternoon tea on board a vintage Routemaster (traditional red London bus), eating and sipping whilst seeing the sites of London, is an absolute must! Then keeping things transport-themed, Tramshed in the East End is a really cool place for dinner.”
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Rebecca Cato

Event Account Manager

“Culture fans will really fall in love with Liverpool. The Titanic Hotel was an old rum warehouse so it’s full of character. Restaurant Bar and Grill is the best place to eat, and just over the road is trendy bar The Alchemist where you can take a cocktail masterclass!”
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Marie-Lyse Beau

Operations Manager

“There’s no better way to see London than from above. For events, Altitude 360 is 29 floors up Westminster’s tallest building, OXO Tower restaurant has unbelievable views (and food), and ‘Up at the O2’ is an adventure to the top of the original Millennium Dome.”
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Emily Smith

Event Account Manager

“There’s no livelier, friendlier atmosphere than at the rugby, so watching a match at Twickenham stadium is a must! Or if your clients prefer it a little more relaxed, try a spa day at the lovely Pennyhill Park in Surrey (near our head office).”
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Ivanna Raishbrook

Finance Manager

“If you fancy a change from tradition, Mondrian London is really funky, with modern bedrooms, and still right next to the river. For an activity with a difference, GPS team building is great fun, searching for clues and finding answers across the city centre.”
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Rob Clark

IT Manager

“For a taste of luxury, The Ivy restaurant in Chelsea Garden is a gorgeous venue with delicious food and friendly service. For events, The Victorian Bath House is impressive, with stunning décor, incredible drink choices and lots of history.”
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Hayley Hamilton

HR Manager

“One of my favourite London venues has to be One Whitehall Place, it’s steeped in history and the Gladstone Library could be part of the Harry Potter movie set!”


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