The Spanish Chamber of Commerce hosted a very special cocktail evening on 20th October 2015. Our members had the privilege to enjoy the dazzling views of St. Paul’s Cathedral from the exclusive Sky Bar atop Grange St. Paul’s Hotel.
The event gathered around 120 representatives from other member companies who were introduced to the benefits of the partnership that the Chamber has acquired with Grange Hotels, including discounts in some of their services, special rates and much more!
On such an occasion, we had a premium selection of cured meats & Ibérico ham kindly provided by Arte Ibérico UK.
Igor Urra, the Spanish Chamber’s Secretary General, welcomed attendees to the event at Grange Hotels’ flagship property.
The Secretary General stated: “The Spanish Chamber of Commerce is always keen on exploring synergies and new avenues of collaboration that can also add value to our members. The partnership we have acquired with Grange Hotels is a great example of this, as one of our main goals lies in the promotion of relations between member companies.”
Igor presented Tony Matharu, Managing Director of Grange Hotels, who took the stage and addressed a very eloquent speech about the history, milestones achieved and philosophy of Grange Hotels, highlighting its involvement in, and the value of “establishing long-term relationships”.
Grange Hotels has 17 luxury hotels in London, all 4 or 5 star rated, and has developed and extended partnerships with some of the capital’s most iconic attractions.
The partnership agreement we have acquired with Grange Hotels will allow member companies from the Spanish Chamber to benefit from a great range of advantages included in the collection’s loyalty scheme: from discounts in accommodation, to offers at some of the top local attractions, such as the city’s latest art exhibitions and concerts. This programme has been created by Grange Hotels along with their global representation company, Global Hospitality Services (GHS), which was also represented on the evening.
To round off a magnificent presentation and official launch of this agreement, we hosted a raffle that gave one of the attendees the chance to enjoy a super luxurious Champagne night for 2 at Grange St. Paul’s Hotel. The lucky awardee was Adriana Agudo, from Scornik Gerstein.
The star on the night was, undoubtedly, the outdoor terrace and the magnificent view of St Paul’s Cathedral which many of the guests indulged in. It could well be a symbol of what Grange Hotels represents: tradition and luxury, with a local twist.