Holywell Park in £150,000 meetings refurb

The hotel has completed its £150,000 second phase of refurbishment which is part of an overhaul of its event spaces.

Last year saw Holywell Park refurbish eight of its first-floor meeting rooms and breakout spaces. Significant investment has also gone into Holywell Park’s AV, including new 8,000-lumen projectors, hight tech microphones and repeater screens.

Alongside refurbishments to the reception area, pod areas and portable coffee stations have been introduced to add further flexibility.

"The refurbishments at Holywell Park have been implemented to create the optimum meeting and event environment with the highest possible standard of facilities and infrastructure," said Imago Venues’ head of venues, Keith Barber.

"We love that Holywell Park offers space and flexibility and recently has become increasingly popular with event organisers looking for an exclusive use venue."

Holywell Park offers a large exhibition area, nine meeting rooms and a lecture theatre which can seat up to 200 delegates.


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