13th March 2009
Walk into the reception of the Enterprise Hotel and you will be amazed at the total transformation that has taken place at this privately owned hotel in Lodon. A major investment in time, passion and commitment to a successful future has been made by the hotel’s owners.
In recent months the Enterprise Hotel has undergone a total décor transformation and is now in a position to offer a unique and special package of up-to-the-minute contemporary surroundings, the highest customer service standards and a friendly and personal approach - all at competitive rates.
“Now is the time to invest, not only our financial resources but our commitment to the continued success of London as a destination for both the business and leisure markets,” says Enterprise’s Marketing Manager, Kripen Dhrona. “We set out to design an exclusive and truly multifunctional space for all types of events and have more than achieved our goal.”
Up to now this hotel has been one of London’s best kept secrets. The newly renovated, luxurious Enterprise Hotel is set in a beautiful 1894 Victorian Mansion. This exceptional venue boasts 100 elegant rooms, flexible conference and function facilities and a stunning new bar and restaurant - 15/25, which serves its own unique blend of cocktails and authentic contemporary Indian cuisine.
The conference/banqueting rooms offer bright contemporary space ideal for all types of event – from serious networking and business meetings to the most creative parties. Meeting room and conference facility capacities range from 4 to 84. Event organisers will appreciate this venue’s exceptional facilities, which include optimum natural light, sound proofing, street access, climate control and the latest presentation and online networking facilities. The Enterprise’s highly trained and welcoming staff is dedicated to anticipating and fulfilling venue clients’ and hotel guests’ every need.
The Enterprise Hotel is ideally located in the cosmopolitan heart of Kensington, close to Earls Court and Olympia exhibition centers and with easy access to London’s popular West-End theaters and South Kensington Museums. The shops of fashionable Kensington and Knightsbridge and the excitement of Oxford Street and Covent Garden are also all within easy reach. Earls Court underground station is just a few minutes walk from the hotel and it has good links to London’s Heathrow and Gatwick (via Victoria) airports.
Kripen adds, “Years of family history at the Enterprise hotel have enabled us to achieve the right balance of traditional hospitality and modern service to suit the of our clients – many of whom are loyal regulars. Our priority is to deliver a high quality friendly and personal service.”