|Mont Orgueil Castle, Gorey|
Jersey is easily accessible from all over the UK and Ireland with scheduled flights available from no fewer than 20 airports in the British Isles, and regular ferry sailings from Poole, Weymouth and Portsmouth enabling you to take your car to Jersey. The fast ferries take as little as three hours and flights can take less than an hour. With the modern facilities available at Jersey Airport and Harbour, you can also be on your way within a few minutes of arrival.
Jersey plays host to many different types of corporate events. A popular and established choice for pharmaceutical companies, the communications and manufacturing sectors and the finance industry, Jersey is a natural choice for companies whether delegates are all travelling together or are attending from across the UK and even Europe.
Being so small the down time in Jersey is also minimal. It is not only the travel to the Island that is quick. Once you are here journeys rarely take more than 15 minutes and you are able to get more done in a shorter period of time. This makes Jersey not only a cost effective but also a time effective choice. It also makes choosing your venue that much easier as you are not restrained by exact location and as experienced corporate events management people we are well placed to advise on options.
Jersey plays host to car launches, product launches, business conference, corporate entertaining, corporate travel incentive, corporate challenges and team building activities as well as small executive meetings. We also provide for meetings for up to 800 delegates at The Hotel de France and 2,000 delegates at The Fort Regent and can offer support in bringing you to the Island to view the facilities. One of our favourites is the Radisson Blu Hotel which sits on the harbour in the capital of St Helier as they offer great facilities at value for money rates.
You can also choose from some very unusual venues. La Mare Wine Estate offers the glorious Elms Farmhouse as well as one of the more unique settings for your event in the Distillery. The crypt in the middle ward of Mont Orgueil , a 13th Century castle, is the perfect setting for a small reception, while the medieval Great Hall is fantastic for small dinners. But perhaps the most popular private use of the castle is for evening parties with drinks on the ramparts and a marquee on the lower keep affording views of the harbour below and across the narrow channel of water to France. Our Event & conference management skills will ensure you get the right venue for your needs though.
|Rooms with a view at Radisson Blu|