Whittlebury Park is to invest £1m into its conference and events rooms to create a host of ‘new inspirational spaces’.
Phase one of the project will kick off on November 11, and will see a number of new room concepts introduced, including an ‘inside, outside space’, corridor seating and new coffee stations.
The project will be led by Monica Hira of Hira Hospitality Interiors.
Whittlebury Park’s facilities include 19 training and
meeting rooms and 15 syndicate rooms, all of which will be included in the
Whittlebury Park’s commercial director, Marc Webster, added; “The aim of this significant investment project is to give our clients what they have told us they want from a meeting space, as well as responding to industry trends. We understand that conference facilities need to progress with changing needs and the new look and feel of the spaces will certainly achieve this. We are paying close attention to the small details as well as the overall visual appeal of the rooms and we look forward to welcoming new and existing guests back to experience the difference.”
During November, an additional £40k investment in SHY ZIP System Blackout Blinds will also be installed in Whittlebury’s 1905 Suite.
Earlier this year, Whittlebury Hall & Spa and Whittlebury Park merged and rebranded to operate under one master brand, Whittlebury Park, in a bid to become one of the UK’s leading independent leisure and hospitality estates.
The four-star Whittlebury Hall comprises 254 bedrooms, conference and training centre, a 2 AA Rosette restaurant, meetings and events facilities catering for up to 3,000 delegates and a spa.