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The Meliá White House Hotel

This week's Venue of the Week is The Meliá White House Hotel. Situated in a Grade II listed historical building with beautiful architecture, this 4-star deluxe hotel has recently renovated with a £50M investment bedrooms and facilities, as well as 9 meeting spaces and the exclusive The LEVEL Lounge.

The excitement of exploring London

The Meliá White House Hotel, situated in a Grade II listed historical building with beautiful architecture, is a 4-star deluxe hotel, built in 1936, with 581 luxurious rooms and 112 apartments. Meliá White House Hotel has recently renovated with a £50M investment bedrooms and facilities, as well as 9 meeting spaces and the exclusive The LEVEL Lounge.

The hotel’s unique location with Regent’s Park and London Zoo on its doorstep, sumptuous food offering and true passion for service will make your stay in London an unforgettable experience.

At Meliá White House we put our soul and our passion into everything we do so that our guests can live a unique experience, full of the warmth and the hospitality that are so typical of Meliá Hotels & Resorts and our Spanish origin.

Every detail and every moment are impregnated with the care and skill of all the people who are part of this. Their passion is conveyed in every corner, in every object, making our guests’ stay something memorable, where wellbeing and comfort reach their maximum expression.

Welcome to the place where everything has a soul.

https://www.melia.com/en/hotels/united-kingdom/london/melia-white-house

For more information: reservations.mwh@melia.com,

Downtown in Business

£76m spent in Liverpool’s food and drink in Q1

Next week Liverpool Restaurant Week begins. Running from 22-28 April over 75 venues are taking part with hundreds of offers for people to download and enjoy. 

The value of the sector to the city centre economy is laid bare in data from Liverpool BID Company (and platform Beauclair) which analyses UK spend data. 

Food and Drink is now the largest economic sector in the city centre, around 37%. UK card holders spent a whopping £76m in just three months in the city centre’s restaurants and bars. 

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