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One of etc.venues’ flagship properties, The Hatton, has undergone a makeover and refurbishment as part of a continued line of investment throughout the company’s seven venues.
The £500,000 refurbishment will see The Hatton, located in the heart of London’s Hatton Gardens diamond district, upgraded to improve upon its existing facilities with the aim of ensuring it offers state-of-the-art meetings spaces with modern décor. This follows on from the hugely successful launch of Dexter House in September.
The Hatton makeover includes a fantastic new café with exciting open kitchen area, a new conference suite offering three additional "Meeting Rooms":http://www.venues.org.uk/searches/meeting_rooms_venues.asp, a new reception area and, what etc."venues":http://www.venues.org.uk claims is “the best fresh cappuccino machines you'll find anywhere”.
What’s more, all the training rooms have been redecorated and adorned with new artwork and furniture.
Etc.venues is also supporting the new look Hatton with an integrated marketing campaign focusing on rejuvenation, beauty and makeover. The venue underlined this initiative last week by providing visitors with a makeup artist and masseur. Everyone booking a tour of the venue will receive a facial rejuvenation kit by leading UK spar The Sanctuary.
“This is an exciting time for the brand as we begin to roll out our image within each property’s bricks and mortar,” said David Owen, head of marketing at etc.venues. “It’s a great opportunity for visitors to The Hatton to enjoy a new look and feel to the venue, and maybe a massage or makeover.”
The Hatton is just one of the "venues":http://www.venues.org.uk in the etc.venues portfolio enjoying a face lift and renewed investment over the next year. The business is also already looking to build on the portfolio in the near future, following the launch of Dexter House.
(For more detail, please see "Business Meeting Venues":http://www.venues.org.uk/searches/business_meeting_venues.asp and "Conference Venues":http://www.venues.org.uk/searches/conference_venues.asp.)