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Newcastle Marriott Hotel Announces Afternoon Tea and Three for Free Meetings Package

The Newcastle Luxury Hotel Hosts Vintage Afternoon Tea Dance August 3rd and Offers Three for Free Meeting Package for Groups

NEWCASTLE, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 06/25/14 -- The Newcastle Marriott Hotel Gosforth Park invites guests to sip and savour their summer afternoon, as they prepare to host a 1950s Vintage Afternoon Tea Dance on August 3rd at the Plate Restaurant in Newcastle upon Tyne. The tea dance coincides with the announcement of the hotel's exclusive Three for Free meetings package, which includes an array of special perks and privileges for groups who book this upcoming season.

On Sunday, August 3rd, the Plate Restaurant will be transformed into an elegant 1950s tea room, serving guests Afternoon Tea on the finest china, and featuring live entertainment from Alexander Lomas. Attendees are invited to dance the afternoon away or meet up with friends and family in the restaurant before the festivities begin. Afternoon Tea will be served at 2:00 PM and the entire authentic, vintage experience is priced at £ 19.95 per person. Guests are encouraged to dress in fancy, 1950s attire and special prizes will be awarded to the best dressed.

For more information or to make reservations for the Afternoon Tea, call 0191 236 4111.

In addition to this summer's Afternoon Tea, the Marriott luxury hotel at Newcastle upon Tyne is announcing an exclusive Three for Free meetings package for groups. The tempting offer invites meeting planners to choose from three special perks or items from a list of rewarding extras, when they book their group event. Planners can choose from complimentary, freshly-prepared breakfast, free room upgrades per every 20 rooms booked, double Marriott Rewards Points, or complimentary high-speed Internet access in their meeting room, up to 20 connections.

Group planners looking for venue hire in Newcastle can take advantage of Marriott's 17 meeting rooms and more than 1,000 square feet of meeting space, able to accommodate up to 800 attendees. Day Delegate Packages start from £ 35 per person.

Contact the hotel and quote 3 For Free to take advantage of this exclusive meetings package.

About Newcastle Marriott Hotel Gosforth Park

The Newcastle Marriott Hotel Gosforth Park is set on 12 acres of parkland near the vibrant Newcastle Centre and Newcastle International Airport. Contemporary by design, this premier hotel blends gracious service with an array of thoughtful amenities that all travellers will appreciate. The hotel's lobby leads to spacious guest rooms featuring luxurious bedding and Wi-Fi Internet. Exquisite dining awaits the discerning palate at the Plate Restaurant, with live music on select Friday and Saturday evenings. For more casual dining, Chats Cafe Bar tempts with light snacks and beverages. An impressive range of leisure activities includes a well-equipped gym, pool, sauna, and tennis and squash courts, plus soothing spa. The hotel also offers flexible meeting and conference facilities for up to 700, onsite catering and an executive lounge.

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CONTACT:
Newcastle Marriott Hotel Gosforth Park
High Gosforth Park, Newcastle upon Tyne
England NE3 5HN United Kingdom
44-191-236-4111
http://www.marriott.co.uk/hotels/travel/nclgf-newcastle-marriott-hotel-gosforth-park/

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