Following the succession of its recent rebrand, Sefton Park Hotel has announced the launch of its exclusive delegate packages.
Nestled adjacent to the idyllic boating lake in Sefton Park, the popular hotel is expanding its offerings by permitting private function hire for a variety of corporate events.
Whether guests require sufficient space for business meetings, launch events, conferences or private dinners - chief executive Conor O’Donovan and his team will offer a range of bespoke packages that will meet all clients’ needs and budgets.
He said: "After such a wonderful response from our customers as a result of the rebrand, it seemed only natural to extend our services. We will now offer an array of packages that can accommodate events for anything from two to 120 delegates.
"Our highly accessible location makes us a popular choice amongst business associates. Therefore, our new corporate offerings will hopefully become a big hit amongst local businesses, as well as national and overseas visitors who are on business trips."
To accompany the function hire, Sefton Park Hotel will also provide complimentary audio visual equipment throughout each of the business events. Additionally, catering services from the hotel’s in-house restaurant, Michelangelo’s, can also be requested.
Conor added: "It is such an exciting time for everyone that is involved, as we watch the hotel undergo its extensive enhancements. We hope that the public’s reaction to our new corporate focused services will be highly praised and sought after. The introduction of our delegate packages will also enable us to connect more efficiently and build networks with local businesses, which is fantastic."
In addition to the corporate packages, Sefton Park Hotel will continue to offer a fully serviced venue hire that is suitable for a variety of family orientated occasions. Popular amongst brides and grooms-to-be, the hotel provides a customisable range of options and all-inclusive packages that can cater for up to 200 guests.
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