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Hilton Tower Bridge Function Sheets for the week, banquet kitchen
Name of the Tutor: Chris Maugino Name of the Author: Niroshan Perera
IntroductionIn this Assignment, I have learned about the venues that are suitable for a any kind of events. I did this assignment as a group work and we had six people in our group. Each person took one venue for their preferences to complete the first activity. For the second one we had long discussion in the class room, finally we completed that activity too. When I finding about the Hilton Tower Bridge, I visited the banquet department for several times to get information, since I used to worked for their executive lounge, it was bit easy for me to get the fully details from the food and beverage supervisor called Peter. So big thank to him! I was able to get menu, drinks list, wine list and even an Event Order as well. I have put pictures of event order in Appendix 01. I really enjoyed this activity especially visiting the banquet department and meeting Mr.Peter. Its a nice experience for me and I learned so much about that particular banquet as well as the hotel. Without any hesitate I can make an Event Order now. In Hilton Tower Bridge they used to call it Function Sheet. My group members did others venues and I have put that in the break down of the work at the end of the Activity one. I got their work in the eve of 22nd and quickly translate into my one, so thank to my group members for their hard work as well! I take this opportunity to say
Activity 1 Investigate Banqueting and Events Venues (Niroshan Perera) An hotel with banqueting and events facilitiesHotel Profile: Hilton Tower Bridge 5 More London Place, Tooley Street, London, SE1 2BY, United Kingdom. Telephone: 020 3002 4300, Fax: 44-203-002-4350 E-mail: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org Web Site: www.hilton.co.uk/towerbridge Check in: 3:00PM Check out: 12:00PM 4 Star Hotel Location: Hilton Tower Bridge is located on the South side of the Thames, a short walk from London Bridge Rail and Underground stations and Tower Hill Underground station. These rail links provide easy access to London's gateway stations and all the major London Airports via the Airport Express Link. By car, head for the London Bridge and when you reach the South side of the Thames having crossed London Bridge, head left onto Tooley Street, where the hotel is approximately 500 yards past London Bridge Station on your left hand side
Nearest Stations: London Bridge (0.07 miles, 0.12 km), Monument (0.36 miles, 0.59 km), Borough Station (0.46 miles, 0.73 km), Cannon Street (0.47 miles, 0.75 km), Tower Hill (0.48 miles, 0.78 km)
2010 Hilton Worldwide, Accessed on Nov 26, 2010
Facilities: 24-hour front desk Number of rooms: 245 Rooms with 2 beds 39 Audio-visual equipment Number of floors: 9 Bar/lounge Breakfast available (surcharge) Business center 24/7 Complimentary newspapers in lobby Concierge desk Multiple conference/meeting rooms/Weddings/Dinner dances. Multiple small meeting rooms Currency exchange Dry cleaning/laundry service Elevator/lift Express check-out Fitness facilities Internet access - wireless Multilingual staff Room service (24 hours) Safe-deposit box - front desk, Secretarial services, Tour assistance Recreation facilities available such as such Golf (driving range nearby), Swimming nearby.
Room Amenities: Wireless Internet access Premium television channel(s) Cable/satellite television channels Video-game console Pay movies Premium bedding Air conditioning Complimentary newspaper Blackout drapes/curtains Direct-dial phone Voice mail Minibar Coffee/tea maker Wake-up calls Housekeeping Extra towels/bedding Private bathroom Complimentary toiletries Hair dryer Bathroom phone Handheld shower Plasma television Electronic/magnetic keys Iron/ironing board
In-room safe Window opens Desk Cribs (infant beds) available.
Hilton Tower Bridge, 2010 Accessed on November 2010.
Meetings and Events: 12 Meeting Rooms Wireless in all public areas Wireless in all meeting rooms Executive Floor Business Centre Largest meeting is Tower Suite which measures 3582 Sq. Ft. and has capacity for 400 guests. It can be breaking in to three parts as well. Depending on the function. Example: if there are 200 guests, the Tower suite will break to 2 parts and sell. So, the other part can be sell to another customer at the same time.
Boardroom set up for 8 people in Meeting room 1
Coffee Break set up for The Boardroom setup
Apart from the meetings they have the facilities for Wedding parties, Birthday Parties, Dinner Dance and etc..
Dinner Dance set up for 250 in Tower Suite
For Christmas season they have design an especial menu for their clients.
Banquet Christmas Dinner Menu
Meetings and Events Wine List:
Meeting and Events Bar Price List:
Meeting Room Capacity Chart: Room Tower Suite A, B & C
Style & Capacity (Pax or covers) Classroom = 220 Reception = 400 U Shaped = 220 Dinner/Dance = 220 Boardroom = 96 Cabaret = 150 Banqueting = 290 Theatre = 400 Classroom Reception U Shaped Boardroom Cabaret Banqueting Theatre Classroom Reception U Shaped Boardroom Cabaret Banqueting Theatre Classroom Reception U Shaped Boardroom Cabaret Banqueting Theatre Classroom Boardroom Cabaret Banqueting Theatre Classroom Reception U Shaped Boardroom Cabaret Banqueting Theatre Classroom Boardroom = 85 = 160 = 45 = 42 = 42 = 80 = 160 = 76 = 160 = 45 = 52 = 42 = 80 = 148 = 85 = 160 = 45 = 52 = 42 = 80 = 148 = 10 = 12 = 06 = 10 = 26 = 24 = 21 = 60 = 22 = 18 = 30 = 62 = 10 = 12
Tower Suite A
Tower Suite B
Tower Suite C
Meeting Room 1 (24m / 78.72ft)
Meeting Room 2&3 (50m / 164ft) both rooms are same size.
Meeting Room 4 (23m / 75.44ft)
Meeting Room 5 (24m / 78.72ft)
Meeting Room 6 (47m / 154.16ft)
Meeting Room 5 & 6
Meeting Room 7 (23m / 75.44ft)
Meeting Room 8 (23m / 75.44ft) same size with Room 5
The Boardroom (44m / 144.32ft) Special needs: Accessibility Options: Accessible path of travel Accessible bathroom Roll-in shower Handicapped parking
Cabaret Banqueting Theatre Classroom Boardroom Cabaret Banqueting Theatre Classroom Reception U Shaped Boardroom Cabaret Banqueting Theatre Classroom Reception U Shaped Boardroom Cabaret Banqueting Theatre Classroom Boardroom Cabaret Banqueting Theatre Classroom Boardroom Cabaret Banqueting Theatre Boardroom
= 06 = 10 = 23 = 10 = 12 = 06 = 10 = 26 = 21 = 24 = 65 = 20 = 18 = 30 = 62 = 40 = 90 = 31 = 42 = 42 = 80 = 160 = 08 = 12 = 06 = 10 = 26 = 10 = 12 = 06 = 10 = 26 = 20
In-room accessibility, Accessibility equipment for the deaf & Braille or raised signage.Investigating Events
II).A specialist banqueting and events centre (Rishad)PROFILE: Music Room Space Event 26 south melton lane, Mayfair London WIK 5AB T. +44(0) 207 629 8199 Email. email@example.com Type of events Product launch Press event Fashion cat walk Conference Parties The main hall is flexible to use any type of event Availability Available to on dry hire exclusive basis from Monday to Saturday from 0800-2300 and from 1000-2100 on a Sunday.
Facilities and services offered Catering Lighting bar Special offers for Christmas Latest technologies Internet Special arrangement for Car park Art gallery
The capacity configuration The main room comprises limitless opportunities for design and creation for all events. Please see our photo gallery which shows you limitless designs of the same main gallery.
GALLERY 1: 310 SQUARE METRES (3335 SQFT), CEILING: 3.2 METRES: Newly installed disabled facilities Precision black out blinds IWB lighting bars, with 6 sockets per bar, load bearing to 500kg. Dmx/Unison lighting capacity Fully air conditioned GALLERY 2: 45 SQUARE METRES (484 SQFT) Capacity Main Gallery: Stand up: 350 Sit down dinner: 150 Theatre style: 220 Catwalk maximum: 260 Prices charged They have deals from 1500. Leaflets
Bibliographycentre, S. B. (2010, december friday10th). Specialist Banqueting and event centre . (Reciptionist, Interviewer)
III).A venue in the public sector, for example, a town hall, community centre, school or college. (Ram)
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