Week in Pictures: ISES Talks at Ice Tank; Hilton London Metropole's refurb; Old Royal Naval College's new events space

This week C&IT joined ISES Talks at Ice Tank in Covent Garden and checked out Hilton London Metropole's new refurbished lobby, while refurbished events space at the Old Royal Naval College was unveiled.

  • ISES Talks at Ice Tank, Covent Garden

    ISES Talks at Ice Tank, Covent Garden

  • The event took place on Monday 15 April

    The event took place on Monday 15 April

  • New refurb at the Hilton London Metropole

    New refurb at the Hilton London Metropole

  • A 6m refurb transformed the hotel's exterior and lobby

    A 6m refurb transformed the hotel's exterior and lobby

  • Refurbished events space at Admiral's House at the Old Royal Naval College

    Refurbished events space at Admiral's House at the Old Royal Naval College

  • Old Royal Naval College

    Old Royal Naval College

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ISES UK and VoxelJet 3-D took over the Ice Tank in Covent Garden on Monday 15 April in the latest ISESTALKS creative event series. Around 70 guests and ISES members were treated to a packed evening as the focus on the next generation of event trends looked at 3-D printing.

Last night (18 April) Hilton London Metropole held a launch party following a £6m refurbishment of its lobby and exterior.

Admiral's House, part of the Old Royal Naval College (ORNC), will be available for corporate hire from the end of April following a £500,000 refurbishment project.

 

This week's top five stories were:

Betfair axes events team

AXA PPP Healthcare axes events team

De Vere Venues for sale

Virgin Media and The Pampered Chef appoint The Black Tomato Agency

De Vere Venues acquires Altitude London

 

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