Ideal Business Accommodation & London’s First Super Yacht Hotel

A month from today the capital’s first ever super yacht hotel will open its decks to the public. The Sunborn London is currently docked at the Thames estuary after travelling from Holland last week. Tugged by tow-boats up the river from Tilbury, under the Queen Elizabeth II Bridge in Dartfrod, the yacht floated to a temporary berth where it underwent a full refurbishment. Since Monday it has been undergoing a soft launch, having resided in its permanent position in the Royal Victoria docks, next to ExCeL London.

The 108 metre vessel offers 136 bedrooms and suites over five floors will be operated by ISS Facility Services. Among the facilities on offer will be entertaining space, a fine dining restaurant, bar, auditorium and conference rooms, state of the art gym and vast outside decks and private terraces.

The Sunborn London will cater to business and leisure guests, although with its prime location in close proximity to Excel, London City Airport and Canary Warf, as well as its sparkling new Business Centre, it is likely to be an attractive option for mainly corporate clients.

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Some of our clients also offer excellent professional business facilities and accommodation:

St Ermin’s Hotel is located in the heart of central London, near St James Park and offers ‘fifteen meeting and event spaces, all designed with state-of-the-art technology to meet today’s demanding standards.’

ME Hotel situated on The Strand provides ‘different kinds of meeting rooms, specially designed to the organisation of events, congresses and meetings.’

Duke’s Hotel has ‘four elegant meeting rooms which can accommodate groups of all sizes. Offering fabulous breakfast canapés, delicious working lunch and three servings of tea and coffee throughout the day.’

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Date:

09.04.2014

Category:

General

Author:

Food Alert