Smart meetings package for Park Lane Hotel

The Park Lane Hotel, Piccadilly, has taken a new approach to the typical fixed meeting package available in the conference industry. After months of research, The Park Lane Hotel has introduced a flexible menu of delegate packages, which enables organisers to tailor their conference or meeting to their exact requirements. The new meeting packages are on offer in three categories: the luxury daily delegate package, from £86 per person per day; the traditional daily delegate package from £78 per person per day, and the classic daily delegate package from £68 per person per day. All packages come with an à la carte list of items to enable organisers to meet their exact requirements. The classic delegate package is a straightforward package designed to provide organisers with all the basic essentials including room hire, three coffee breaks, audiovisuals and basic meeting amenities of a five star hotel. he traditional offering also provides a seated or stand-up buffet lunch. And for those planners who want to offer the most to their delegates, the luxury package is on offer with gourmet dining, state of the art technology, unlimited tea, coffee and soft drinks, as well as extras including a relaxation area for delegates, themed coffee breaks or even five-minute massages. Park Lane Hotel director of sales and marketing Shane Hodges says, “Most hotels offer a very standardised type of meeting package, which can be limiting or lead to excessive cost for the planners. With these three options of meeting packages we believe that we can meet the needs for any sort of meeting requirements.”

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