London, United Kingdom, May 02, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Forte Village launches its new Pala Forte for events.
With numerous hotels and villas dotted around the resort, as well as a wealth of fun activities, including sports schools, celebrity restaurants and cookery classes, Forte Village is an inspired choice for planners. The world-famous resort in Sardinia, has announced its latest addition – the Pala Forte. This new large tent-like structure is an exciting option for events. With a customisable cover (black, white or transparent) the Pala Forte offers over 2000sqm of event space. It can accommodate 2000 people in theatre style and 1500 for a banquet. This new high-tech structure features the latest technology, a specialised office, and the ability to incorporate stages and projection systems.
For more information about the hotel or to book, please visit http://www.ghotw.com/le-dune-forte-village or call +44 (0) 20 7380 3658.
Vidamar Madeira is a winner.
Madeira is a perfect choice for events – easy to reach from most European destinations, with a wealth of activities and a large selection of luxury hotels. The island won the 2013 World Travel Award for Europe’s Leading Island Destination, a testament to its versatility and natural beauty. One of the finest hotels on the island, the Vidamar Madeira, is celebrating hosting the highest number of events on the island for the eighth year in a row. The statistic was released by Madeira’s Regional Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Transportation, and the services and facilities of the hotel were taken into consideration.
For more information about the hotel or to book, please visit http://www.ghotw.com/vidamar-madeira or call +44 (0) 20 7380 3658.
Hotel Brunelleschi immortalised in print
Dan Brown’s novel Inferno, the latest sequel to the extremely popular Da Vinci Code, features the Hotel Brunelleschi as protagonist Professor Langdon’s base while staying in Florence. As he says to Sophie in the book: “We’d be living in luxury. They’re giving me a room at the Brunelleschi.” The hotel has devised an Inferno Package as well as an Inferno Guided Tour, which takes guests through the major Florentine landmarks in the book. These include the Boboli Gardens and Mannerist Buontalenti Grotto, the Vasari Corridor, Baptistery of St John and the Palazzo Vecchio. This makes an exciting incentives trip or team building exercise.
For more information about the hotel or to book, please visit http://www.ghotw.com/hotel-brunelleschi or call +44 (0) 20 7380 3658.
Hotel Palacio’s wartime history
During World War II, Estoril in Portugal, was home to a number of exiled monarchs and other dignitaries, and the region became a hotbed of spies. The Hotel Palacio became a favourite meeting place for some of the world’s most famous secret agents, including Dusko Popov, Kim Philby, Philip Jones and the author Graham Green. It also provided James Bond creator Ian Fleming with plenty of inspiration when he stayed there in 1941. The bar at the Hotel Palacio was where both allied and German agents would plot various manoeuvres – and traditionally they would order a bottle of expensive champagne if their mission was successful. This became known as the “champagne news service” – because if you knew who had ordered the champagne, you would know which side had won.
For more information about the hotel or to book, please visit http://www.ghotw.com/palacoio-estoril or call +44 (0) 20 7380 3658.
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