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Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Royal Albert Hall in London Partners Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel

The Royal Albert Hall in London has selected the Jumeirah Carlton Tower hotel as a preferred partner.

Hosting over 390 shows annually in its auditorium, and another 400 beyond the main stage, the Hall offers something for everyone throughout the year, from opera, ballet, tennis, rock, pop, classical jazz or world music.

 Guests at Jumeirah Carlton Tower will be able to take advantage of the fun-packed calendar of events offered by this world-class venue, and benefit from access to tickets and exclusive behind-the-scenes tours.

Philip Marshall, Director of Business Development at the Royal Albert Hall, said, “We want all our visitors to have an unforgettable experience at the Hall. This means wonderful performances on stage and exceptional customer service throughout. We are delighted to partner with Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts, who share these values.”

The partnership between Jumeirah Group and Royal Albert Hall will run until 2017.

Austin Frost, Vice President of Sales & Marketing Europe, Jumeirah Group, said, “This exciting partnership with Royal Albert Hall, one of London’s most prestigious venues, steeped in history, further establishes our London properties as part of the cultural fabric of the city. At a group level, we are always exploring new, innovative ways of enhancing our guests’ stay with us; and creating places where art, culture and comfort can all mix is an important part of this.”

The 216-room Jumeirah Carlton Tower is located just off Sloane Street in the heart of Knightsbridge, within walking distance of the Royal Albert Hall.

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