Liverpool Convention Bureau is boosting its representation of the Liverpool City Region with the addition of ten new members to its portfolio of Liverpool event venues.
The Bureau’s newest members collectively add 360 bedrooms, 12 cottages and a manor sleeping 46 guests, a 20 acre lake, a working furnace, over 42 event spaces and a selection of new delegate services, further enhancing the already extensive range of eclectic and varied conference and event products on offer.
New hotel members include Thornton Manor, a Grade II Listed country house in the Wirral which can host events for up to 1,000 in its walled garden, recently opened Adagio Liverpool with 126 bedrooms and apartments, fitness room and two meeting spaces, Richmond Luxury Living, which combines 51 serviced apartments and conference facilities for up to 150, and Liverpool ONE Premier Inn, offering 183 bedrooms in the heart of the city.
Venues included within Liverpool Convention Bureau’s portfolio now also include 54 St James Street, Camp and Furnace and the Liverpool International Language Academy. 54 St James Street is a unique new building offering state of the art meeting spaces, a private garden and two terraces. Camp and Furnace has event spaces set in a village-like collection of industrial buildings with period features, whilst the Liverpool International Language Academy provides training space for up to 75 delegates and a language service for conferences taking place in the city region.
Finally, new services will be offered from Hiscox UK, Worldspan and Imaginations Air Travel Ltd. Event insurance specialists Hiscox UK can provide insurance and liability cover, Worldspan is an event management and communications agency that has delivered over 4,000 events in the past 40 years in Liverpool, and Imaginations Air Travel Ltd will add event management and travel organisation.
Kate Currie, Interim Convention Bureau Manager at Liverpool Convention Bureau, comments: “We are delighted to add these conference members – as the first port of call for the destination, it is particularly important for us to continue to evolve our portfolio and services. Liverpool City Region can confidently provide an exceptional service for large scale events, associations, meetings and conferences, and our members are a huge part in our reputation as a leading UK destination.”