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Unique Venues of London to exhibit at IMEX America

Friday, July 15, 2016 - 09:45

Unique Venues of London, a marketing consortium of 83 unusual event venues across the UK capital, will be exhibiting for the first time at IMEX America, held at Sands Expo, Las Vegas, Nevada between 18 – 20 October 2016. The organisation will be attending alongside Spencer House, the beautiful, period residence of the Spencer family, under the moniker ‘Unique Venues of London featuring Spencer House’.

Visitors to IMEX America will have the opportunity to find out more about the broad scope of the consortium which includes museums and galleries to historic houses and colleges. Unique Venues of London’s membership reflects the spirit, tradition and cosmopolitan buzz of one of the most popular business tourism destinations in the world.

Unique Venues of London was founded in 1993. The company is built on the bedrock of excellence and has maintained the aim throughout their 23 years in business to unlock some of London’s most unusual and prestigious events spaces. These range from world-famous landmarks such as Hampton Court Palace, The Coca-Cola London Eye and St Paul’s Cathedral and palatial residences Syon Park and Two Temple Place to cultural centres the Royal Opera House and National Theatre.

Spencer House is London’s most magnificent 18th century private palace, built for the first Earl Spencer, available for event hire on an exclusive basis, it makes an elegant setting for all occasions. With grand State Rooms and splendid terrace overlooking Green Park, the Spencer House team are renowned for planning and executing their events to the highest professional standards, with excellent food and service.

Unique Venues London also comprises some of the Capital’s more unusual events spaces, uncovering the opportunity to host a reception at ZSL London Zoo, dine in Benjamin Franklin’s London resident or dance amongst the stars of silver screen at Madame Tussauds.

Commenting on the decision to exhibit, Lisa Hatswell, Unique Venues of London’s general manager said: “IMEX America is one of the most prestigious exhibitions in the MICE calendar and with more and more enquiries coming through from the Americas and Asia we felt the time was right to showcase our high-levels of service and unique offering to these markets face-to-face. We cannot wait to give delegates an insight into our membership as well as the many added value opportunities available to bookers and agents who use one of our venues.”

Unique Venues of London will be attending in association with Visit England and exhibiting on Booth Number: 2816. To find out more click here or email enquiries@uniquevenuesoflondon.co.uk