Hanbury Manor ploughs £1.7m into new spec tech to enhance meetings and events offering


Hanbury Manor in Hertfordshire has invested £1.7m into a refurbishment of its meetings and events spaces, in a bid to keep at the forefront of innovation and technology.

The 17th century country club and retreat, set in 200 acres and is home to a golf course, spa and restaurant alongside the bedrooms, and now boasts newly-renovated corporate spaces, headed up by Lucid Interior Design.

The new look has been designed to create a ‘seamless flow between each meeting and event area’, with three new meeting rooms created – Cedar, Pine and Willow, which can host 10, 8 and 8 delegates respectively.

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With these new additions, Hanbury Manor now have a total of 17 individual meetings and events spaces.

Each meeting room has been given new Clevertouch screens, Smart write on walls and Clickshare connectivity. New signage technology also gives guests better navigation around the building.

General manager Russell Prior comments: “We are delighted to welcome guests to experience our improved and inspiring event environments, which celebrates the hotel’s sense of place and heritage while offering the very latest in technology.”

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