MAIDSTONE, ENGLAND -- (Marketwire) -- 09/21/12 -- Event planners cannot fail to be impressed by this superb Maidstone conference venue with wedding and banquet facilities at a prominent southeast England hotel and country club where elegant accommodation and attentive service are standard amenities.
Nestled amongst charming Kentish villages amidst 220 acres of an ancient deer park, Tudor Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club, is a contemporary hotel in Maidstone featuring state-of-the-art facilities and exceptional amenities. Dedicated to helping event organisers succeed in presenting inspirational and successful gatherings, this unique hotel near Leeds Castle maintains a long list of services including on-site catering and dedicated event managers to ensure every aspect of every event is perfectly executed.
Staff members of this distinctive Marriott conference and wedding venue in Maidstone ensure success by promoting the Three Gold Keys program, which assists clients in identifying the three most important goals of the event and focusing in on those. Another great feature of booking your next event with Tudor Park is the creation of a custom web page which provides information to attendees and allows them to book rooms online. The site also allows event planners to monitor progress with eRooming and eGroup lists.
This magnificent property includes 7,309 square feet of flexible event space and meeting rooms in Maidstone, with the Thurnham Suite offering a maximum seating capacity of 250. Eleven upscale conference rooms and six breakout meeting rooms are among the venues available so there's opportunity to host a multitude of events, while enjoying renowned Marriott service. Corporate planners can also gain a competitive edge with the Marriott's comprehensive DDR package, making sure everything from room hire, LCD screens, flipcharts, pens, and notepads to morning and afternoon breaks, lunch, coffee, tea and water are provided. With the services of skilled culinary staff, attendees will enjoy tantalizing cuisine designed to boost creativity and maintain concentration during a busy conference schedule.
Other conference privileges include:
•Complimentary use of the hotel's Leisure Club and driving range for all day delegate attendees •High speed internet access with wireless connection throughout the property •Access to three on-site restaurants, spa services and the country club's 18-hole championship golf course
Conveniently located less than an hour from London and 20 minutes from Ashford International Rail Station and Eurotunnel, Tudor Park is a perfect choice for corporate conferences involving delegates from Paris, Brussels and London. Event planners also enjoy Marriott Rewards for overnight stays and events booked.
Additional information about event hosting at Tudor Park may be obtained by calling 44-1622-632006 or visiting http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/tdmgs-tudor-park-a-marriott-hotel-and-country-club/.
About Tudor Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club
Tudor Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club pampers guests with scenic countryside, grand accommodations and exceptional service while providing everything needed for a remarkable hotel experience in the heart of southeast England. Whether traveling for business or leisure, guests have convenient access to local attractions such as Hop Farm Country Park, Leeds Castle and Canterbury Cathedral while enjoying the relaxed atmosphere of one of England's finest lodgings.
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