Cure Leukaemia is delighted to announce a new two-year partnership with Hotel Indigo, theclubandspa and the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill.
The three organisations, housed in the spectacular Cube building in Birmingham City Centre, will be committed to raising funds for the charity with a host of ideas and initiatives in the coming months.
Hotel Indigo Birmingham, is the city’s newest chic and contemporary hotel commanding spectacular views from its lofty position on the 23rd and 24th floors of the striking Cube building. The four star hotel, with 52 beautifully sculpted boutique bedrooms, has easy access to both the serenity of theclubandspa as well as the breathtaking views and delicious cuisine available at the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill. Hotel Indigo Birmingham recently won the prestigious ‘Best Small Hotel’ award at the International Hotel Awards.
Theclubandspa, situated at the foot of the building, offers the very best facilities to both guests and members catering for all health and fitness needs with the latest up-to-date technology in theclub, coupled with the peace and tranquility found with the range of treatments on offer at thespa. They recently won ‘The National Day Spa of the Year’ award with the Good Spa Guide 2013.
The Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill, situated at the very top of The Cube, offers the very best in fresh, contemporary dining in spectacular surroundings. The stylish bar, restaurant and rooftop terrace commands stunning 360° views of the second city to accompany a buzzing atmosphere, exquisite food and refreshing cocktails making it the ultimate dining experience in Birmingham.
Adam Munday, the General Manager of Hotel Indigo Birmingham and the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse said:
“Cure Leukaemia is a fantastic charity that, like us, has a growing reputation across the region for excellence and so it made perfect sense to join the Cure Leukaemia family. I know the tremendous work Professor Craddock and his team are doing to combat this dreadful disease and I look forward to suggesting ways in which we can assist them by raising crucial funds.”
Ross Hadley, General Manager for theclubandspa said:
“Everyone at theclubandspa are very excited about this partnership. Our team of runners in the BUPA Great Birmingham Run this year were struck by the magnificent sense of spirit found within Team Cure Leukaemia and we will be making a huge effort to support next year’s run as well as many other ideas we have to raise funds. The work they are doing is superb and I look forward to a hugely successful partnership.”
James McLaughlin, Chief Executive of Cure Leukaemia said:
“This partnership is another major step for the charity in our ongoing efforts to raise funds for Professor Charlie Craddock and his team. To have the support of Hotel Indigo, theclubandspa and the Marco Pierre White restaurant is a great honour. Partnering with a group of businesses right in the heart of the city is very exciting and I am looking forward to the partnership being mutually beneficial, whilst raising much needed funds.”
For more information on Hotel Indigo Birmingham, theclubandspa and Marco Pierre White’s Steakhouse Bar & Grill click here.
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