Bosco hires Carlton House for Olympics activity

Sports brand Bosco, which sponsors the Russian Olympic and Paralympic teams, has hired 10-11 Carlton House Terrace for its Games-time events.

Bosco hires Carlton House for Olympics activity
Bosco hires Carlton House for Olympics activity

The venue will be used exclusively from 26 July- 13 August and from 6th-9 September. Bosco House will host guests including Ukrainian and Spanish royalty, Russian dignitaries and diplomats, athletes and celebrities.

The venue will be open until 2am daily. Work began on 19 July to transform the venue's terrace, which overlooks the Mall, into an alfresco dining space.

Green turf, a gazebo and white bistro style chairs and tables with beige patio umbrellas complete the dining area.

A staircase linking the Reading Room to the Terrace has also been built, while Bosco branded bikes are queued outside for use by guests.

Meanwhile, mannequins will be on display throughout the venue kitted out with branded sportswear. A fleet of branded Audi cars, taxis and buses are also available to transport guests to and from the venue to the stadium.

Bosco House will host evening events ranging from receptions to sit down dinners. An opening party kicks off the hospitality tonight (26 July) with a red carpet reception for a host of VIPs.

Have you registered with us yet?

Register now to enjoy more articles
and free email bulletins.

Register now
Already registered?
Sign in
Ruby Hotels' first UK property to open in Southbank in 2020

Ruby Hotels' first UK property to open in Southbank in 2020

The carnival-themed Ruby Lucy will bring 'lean luxury' to London in January and have a Marshall guitar amp in every room.

Five ways ICC Belfast and the wider city is mastering sustainability.

In pictures: 10 ideas for events in Scotland

In pictures: 10 ideas for events in Scotland

Luxurious castle hotels, modern event complexes and the real Hogwarts Express make Scotland a top MICE destination.

How to protect your events from destination boycotts

How to protect your events from destination boycotts

Panel of experts at IMEX America offer five contingency tips for event organisers planning global meetings in volatile times.

Freeman gets new EMEA leadership

Freeman gets new EMEA leadership

Brand experience agency appoints new managing director to be based in its London office.

5 trends shaping the future of business events

5 trends shaping the future of business events

What do delegates want from their events? Top tips from IMEX America for the future-focused planner.

How 'happy accidents' can lead to great experiences

How 'happy accidents' can lead to great experiences

At IMEX America, a comedy improv group revealed their trick to keep you creative and help you solve event planning problems.

European meeting spend expected to rise 2.1% despite 'Brexit instability'

European meeting spend expected to rise 2.1% despite 'Brexit instability'

American Express Meetings & Events 2020 Forecast also finds number of incentives increasing in North America.

Who are the challenger event agencies of 2019?

Who are the challenger event agencies of 2019?

A look at the agencies that didn't make the Top 50 but are doing great things in the world of events.

Case study: Samsung Galaxy Note10 launch

Case study: Samsung Galaxy Note10 launch

INVNT worked with Samsung to produce the high-tech UNPACKED 2019 at the Barclays Center in New York.

LATEST JOBS