Marriot launch cut-price golf
To help stimulate the economy, Marriott Hotels have reduced their corporate golf packages by a whopping 50%. Read on.
To help stimulate the economy, Marriott Hotels have reduced their corporate golf packages by a whopping 50%. Interested? read on
Renowned for their championship golf courses and high standards of service, Marriott has reduced its Corporate Day package by an amazing 50 % to offer businesses an ideal opportunity to indulge their most valued clients without breaking the bank.
TThis special no-compromise offer is available at nine of Marriott’s Hotel and Country Clubs, which are conveniently located around the UK.
Ranging from a minimum of £2000 to a maximum of £3000 depending on choice of venue, companies can entertain 40 clients on any day of their choice until the end of April, 2010.
Included in the deal, Marriott will run the entire day during which guests can enjoy Coffee & Bacon rolls on arrival, 18-holes of golf and a 3-course meal afterwards. Golf Days are subject to availability and terms and conditions.
Each destination has at least 1 championship course and some venues have played host to top tournaments, including The Solheim Cup and a number of European Tour events.
Add to this, says Marriott, “a fantastic choice of restaurants offering first-class food with friendly service and ou have the complete golf and leisure destination”.
Marriott resorts participating in this special offer include
– Breadsall Priory, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club, Nr. Derby
– Dalmahoy, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club, Nr. Edinburgh
– Forest Of Arden, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club, Nr. Birmingham
– Hollins Hall, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club, Leeds/Bradford
– Meon Valley, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club, Southampton/Winchester
– St. Pierre, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club, Chesptow, S Wales
– Sprowston Manor, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club, Norwich
– Tudor Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club, Maidstone
– Worsley Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club, Manchester
To take advantage of this offer, please call 0800 0195888 or visit www.MarriottEvents.co.uk/golf
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