Champions Club – Take That Live at Genting Arena

Champions Club – Take That Live at Genting Arena

The Champions Club invited its members to a luxurious evening of fine dining with music provided by the greatest boyband in the world.

In May, Birmingham’s Genting Arena played host to Take That, with the trio of Mark Owen, Gary Barlow and Howard Donald arriving in town as part of their latest UK tour.

In conjunction with amplify, guests were treated to a champagne reception and a luxurious four-course meal from the venue’s stylish restaurant, before being shown to their seats in the VIP area.

With private access to a complimentary bar throughout the evening, guests were then entertained by Take That as they played their greatest hits, including Said It All, Pray and Rule the World, as well as more recent releases.

The benchmark for Champions Club is to provide the very best hospitality, the greatest company and the most wonderful entertainment, and judging by the delight on the guests’ faces, it was certainly mission accomplished.

Speaking about the renovation project, the Eden Hotel Collection’s Managing Director, Mark Chambers, says: “Very little money had been spent on the hotel before it was acquired by the Eden Hotel Collection so it looked really tired. Bovey Castle is stunning and needed to be brought back to its former glory but we didn’t want to just redecorate, we wanted to make a statement and take the hotel into an exciting new era.”

Weather on their side, the team at Bovey Castle entertained over 100 guests, who gathered on the terrace for Champagne and tastes from the newly refurbished Great Western Restaurant’s menu.

Guests enjoyed the sunshine and overlooked the terrific backdrop of Bovey’s estate and golf course, before watching a magnificent performance by The Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines, from the Commando Training Centre in Lympstone.

A wonderful evening was had by all and provided a suiting celebration for what will be one of the most exciting hospitality venues in the South West far into the future.