Travel in style with Eurostar

Eurostar's MICE offering includes discounted rates, Exclusive Carriages and various Onboard Experiences.

Eurostar is the perfect choice for corporate groups who are looking for a fast and reliable option for journeys between the UK and major European cities. Groups of 10 or more who choose Eurostar’s MICE offering can travel to key destinations in France, Belgium and The Netherlands in just under a few hours. With a generous luggage allowance and a fast check-in process, the UK’s only rail passenger service is the stress-free solution for travelling groups.

Freedom to be flexible

Eurostar’s MICE product comes with an attractive discounted rate and the freedom to transfer tickets between travellers, as names are not confirmed until they are printed – ideal for last-minute delegate changes. With three travel classes to choose from, from the simplicity of Standard to the service and style of Business Premier, groups have all the flexibility to create a travel experience unique to them.

For conference organisers who would like to offer delegates the comfort of travelling in a more private setting, Exclusive Carriages are available for groups of 30 or more, and for extra large groups, why not charter an entire train with up to 900 seats?

For that something extra special, Eurostar’s Exclusive Carriages also come with branded headrests and cushions. Not only that, a wide range of catering options and onboard entertainment is available, so groups can make the carriage their own.

Or why not start the event on the train by booking an Onboard Experience? Perfect for team bonding ahead of the conference, groups booking Exclusive Carriages or charter trains can treat their guests to fun activities, hosted by an expert speaker from the moment they step onboard. The Onboard Experiences have only been available since September so book now to be among the first to enjoy this opportunity.

Groups interested in the Onboard Experiences can choose from themes in keeping with Eurostar destinations, ranging from food and drink to arts and culture.

Travellers can try a gin or whisky experience, led by world-renowned spirit experts, or a cheese tasting experience, culminating in top tips and recommendations on where to buy and taste cheese on arrival. As well as spirits and cheese, delegates can also try out the wine experience and the ‘great taste’ offering where guests are given hampers provided by The Guild of Fine Food.

The beauty experience from a leading style journalist who gives top tips on staying ahead of trends each season is also on offer, as well as the art experience, which teaches delegates how to have fun with the pen, while serving them with an entertaining combination of the artistic history and culture of the destination city.

To find out more about Eurostar’s MICE product, Exclusive Carriages and Onboard Experiences, call the team today on 03448 224 800, or send an email to MICE@eurostar.com

Have you registered with us yet?

Register now to enjoy more articles
and free email bulletins.

Register now
Already registered?
Sign in
Business traveller habits revealed in new research

Business traveller habits revealed in new research

Smartphones are having a significant impact on business travel, according to a CWT poll.

The rise of the 'super incentive'

The rise of the 'super incentive'

In a crowded market, a new level of incentive trip can make you stand out from the crowd, says TAG's Sam Robson.

'Stress and burnout' are challenges we need to tackle

'Stress and burnout' are challenges we need to tackle

Event Concept's Jo Higgs explains why looking after your people is so important and how training mental health first-aiders could help.

Case study: Leon Winter Award Celebration

Case study: Leon Winter Award Celebration

The event at Hawker House in London tied in perfectly with the fast-food chain's innovative approach.

Events budgets rose in second-quarter, says Bellwether Report

Events budgets rose in second-quarter, says Bellwether Report

While wider marketing budgets flatlined in the second quarter of 2019, events bucked the trend.

Seven Events welcomes two new faces

Seven Events welcomes two new faces

Agency brings in client development manager and event executive to London and Birmingham offices.

How sustainable do UK delegates want to be?

How sustainable do UK delegates want to be?

Survey reveals how concerned Brits really are about their environmental impact when travelling overseas.

The diversity debate is about more than gender

The diversity debate is about more than gender

The industry faces challenges representing people from low income backgrounds, argues TCEG's Russ Lidstone.

The growing importance of face-to-face marketing

The growing importance of face-to-face marketing

Keith Austin, CEO and founder of Event Marketing Solutions, believes roadshows are more important than ever.

Cost savings are damaging to business traveller wellbeing, report finds

Cost savings are damaging to business traveller wellbeing, report finds

Research by Capita Travel & Events suggests many organisations are still failing to limit the impact of regular travel on employee health.

LATEST JOBS