Our suppliers and partners mean a lot to us, so much so that we host an annual event purely to celebrate their success! On top of this, we like to feature one or more of them in our blog or newsletter each month to provide an insight into the properties and what they have to offer.
This month the spotlight is on the Corinthia Hotel, London. After visiting a couple of months ago, I was stunned at the elegance it exuded - from the magnificent Lobby Lounge to the award winning spa; the hotel had something for everyone.
And so, it is my pleasure to offer you an insight into this hotel, along with a competition for one lucky winner to get the chance to stay at the hotel, benefit from a complimentary bottle of champagne and receive a yummy traditional English breakfast the next morning. Read on, and you’ll find details of the competition below.
Corinthia Hotel London is rated amongst London’s finest 5-star luxury hotels. Combining traditional grandeur with modern freshness, the luxuriously redesigned Victorian destination is ideally located in the heart of London, a short walk from many of the city’s major attractions.
Its modern elegance is defined by a blend of classic Victorian architecture with outstanding craftsmanship and contemporary art, mirroring the energy, style and history of the area. Guests are offered all the modern luxuries whilst enjoying an authentic experience in a hotel and location with heritage.
Corinthia Hotel’s flagship hotel features two world-class restaurants and a bar. Executive Chef Garry Hollihead, is at the helm of The Northall. The restaurant celebrates the best of British artisanal produce, including Cumbrian short horn cattle, together with an extensive selection of organic and biodynamic wines by the glass and by the bottle. The hotel also serves modern Italian cuisine at Massimo Restaurant & Oyster Bar. Bassoon, the musically inspired bar designed by the award-winning David Collins Studio, serves both molecular cocktails and colonial inspired drinks from its boutique spirits library.
The heartbeat of the hotel is its Lobby Lounge. The space offers a residential feel, enhanced by an eclectic mix of furniture and bespoke artworks. The soaring dome in the centre is adorned with the pioneering Full Moon chandelier, composed of 1,001 crystal baubles, is the grand focal point of the main hotel area.
Award-winning international spa company ESPA partnered with the hotel to launch its flagship ESPA Life at Corinthia. Spanning four floors, this magnificent spa features 17 treatment rooms, a private spa suite, nail studio, indoor pool, vitality pool, amphitheatre sauna, ice fountain, marble heated lounges, private sleep pods, a state-of-the-art gym and Daniel Galvin hair salon.
Corinthia Hotel London offers ‘The Seven Penthouses of Corinthia London’, a spectacular collection of exclusive two-storey penthouse hotel suites, heralding a new era of luxury accommodation for the city. The opulent guest residences are built within the soaring turrets of the grand Victorian building, each with its distinct style and unique hand-crafted bespoke finishes and furniture. For the more regular guest, rhe hotel also holds 294 guest rooms, including 43 suites, which are among the largest in their category in London’s luxury hotel market.
The Corinthia is the perfect venue for a range of events from intimate gatherings to grand-scale receptions. The meticulously restored Ballroom perfectly reflects the elegance and grandeur of Corinthia London’s original Victorian architecture, and is a popular choice for larger events. The Courtroom – a crescent-shaped space which opens onto a sheltered colonnade and The Courtyard, a stunning open air space, are also popular.
Located on the mezzanine floor are six private executive level meeting rooms, conveniently linked through to the mezzanine dining area of The Northall for a private lunch or dinner. Five of the meeting rooms are fitted with a state-of-the-art high definition optical turnkey system that effortlessly allows total connectivity for media broadcasting, recording, editing and mixing.
And now to the competition
Corinthia Hotel London has a specific position in the market, but just reading about it won’t give you the true sense of what it would be like to host an event there, which is why we are offering one of our readers the chance to stay there for a night.
All you have to do is answer the question below which can be found in the blog, and email your answer to me by the 20th March, 5.30pm.
- How many crystal baubles can be found in the Full Moon chandelier in the lobby lounge?
I look forward to receiving your entries. In the mean time, check out the Pinterest board we’ve put together or follow us on Twitter to keep up to date with all the knowledge and expertise we share with our followers on a daily basis.
That’s it. There’s not really any small print, aside from the Ts & Cs. The purpose of the competition is to connect our extensive network of partners closer with large corporate event organisers. For this to be of benefit to them we do not accept entries from ‘consumer’ email addresses. All entries must have a work address and email signature within. Good luck!