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Following the refurbishment project that was completed last year, we have now been able to assess the effectiveness of the energy saving measures that we installed, specifically our new boilers, secondary glazing to the Great Hall and replacement LED lighting.
I’m pleased to announced that having been shortlisted as a finalist for ‘Best Conference Venue Customer Service’ together with seven other venues, One Great George Street made it to the top 3 and was presented with the bronze award on Friday at the annual Conference Awards!
Please note that on Monday 3rd July Brasserie One will only be open between the hours of 12-1pm due to a private external event. Thereafter Brasserie One’s normal opening times of Monday to Friday noon until 14.30 will resume. For all Brasserie One enquiries call 02076652340, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.brasserieone.com.
On the day Dom Perignon shouted to his fellow Benedictine monks in the Abbey of Hautvillers “Come quick brothers, I am tasting the stars!” little did he know that he had just changed the wine world forever. Dom Perignon was the legendary monk in the Champagne region who first experimented with blending different grape varieties in the 17th century to obtain a rounder, more complex and interesting wine by drawing from the best characteristics of each varietal. Because of the colder winters in Champagne, wine had to be bottled before it had reached peak fermentation which would be re-awakened upon the arrival of spring, due to the residual yeasts within the bottles, as temperatures rose. The result – bubbles! And lots of them…
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