The organisation of the reception, Fleming Room and Benjamin Britten Lounge was faultless as usual, and made the day work so well.
This was a very testing time for all, but the fact that we had such excellent facilities and the support of a truly professional team made things a great deal easier.
I much appreciate all your efficiency in ensuring our event runs smoothly, which it does every year and which is why we return to the QEII every year. Our event at the...
Overall, our event ran very smoothly and my clients were very happy with the outcome. Most of all it is the attitude of the staff who help to make the day run so well...
The venue was everything we wanted, the food was excellent and we didn't have any technical hitches. The serving staff were also all incredible accommodating and helpful.
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