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Top venues for wellbeing
Friday 29 March 2019
World Health Day on 7th April, is a necessary reminder of the importance of a good work-life balance. With this in mind, we’ve put together a list of top event spaces that have a wellbeing focus. Who said event spaces couldn't be good for your health?
Four Seasons Hotel at Ten Trinity Square - In the heart of London, this hotel offers intimate and relaxing accommodation. Offering audio-visual experts, professional lighting, sound-systems and video conferencing. Not only does all this expertise help your conference run as smoothly as possible, the hotel also includes a spa. The spa provides facilities that are guaranteed to relax you after a long day. From massages to facials, this space is guaranteed to keep your wellness in good shape!
The Hilton London Bankside - Has launched a ‘vegan-friendly’ bedroom suite, the world's first, with sustainability at its core. The room will draw on natural materials including bamboo flooring, natural walnut and Piñatex, a vegan friendly future material made from pineapple leaves.
The Ned Hotel - Offering six rooms (along with two terraces), the Ned is a beautiful space for a conference or team-building site. In the heart of London, this traditional space is one that is easily accessible. Rooms range in size from 21- 165 square metres meaning it is suitable to your every need! Keeping in mind ‘world health day’, this venue also features a spa. Built around a 20-metre pool, Ned’s Spa is one to unwind in. Including a sauna, steam room and eight treatment rooms, your health is sure to be nursed to.
Science Museum - Has unveiled Illuminate, a purpose-built event space with expansive views across the capital. The new event destination has been designed to ‘mimic natural daylight’ with all profits being returned to the museum to help educate and inspire the innovators, thinkers and problem solvers of tomorrow.