Three in a row, Rockaoke once again entertained the Xmas party goers at the Hard Rock Cafe in Glasgow last Saturday and boy, did it rock.
Even though David Jones MD of Blue Juice events had difficulty in deciding which song he wanted to sing,
this did not stop the Hard Rock Xmas party bursting into song. With the tables set, the mic tested and the lights on the party went from strength to strength.
Not only did we have endless requests from the audience to get up on stage to become a Rock Star on the night, but we also had a request from a drummer to join in with the band and a mouth organ player performing Superstition by Stevie Wonder.
With 3 sets under Rockaoke’s belt, Singer’s galore and dancing till the early hours of the morning it was time to pack the van and begin the journey back home. Already planning Xmas 2016 – can’t wait.
If you were ever looking for a reason to choose Scotland for your next outdoor Team Building event, then look no further
White water rafting, Snowboarding, Windsurfing and Mountain cycling to name a few.
In my continuous search for venues, yesterday I met with Michelle Stacey, Sales Executive from Apex Hotels in Edinburgh.
With 4 hotels in Edinburgh, Apex offer a great choice of accomodation and meeting room facilities. Offering 3*, 4* and 4* delux hotels, conveniently, centrally located in Edinburgh, this has been a great find.
I have included a few images of the Apex Waterloo Place Hotel and the Yu Spa to wet your appetite. This peaceful retreat has a pool, sauna, steam room, fully equiped gym, relaxation room and 3 Elemis treatment rooms offering a variety of treatments to leave you feeling like new.
What a great venue to treat your Top Sales teams as a reward or incentive.
This week (26th – 28th September) the Ryder Cup, golf’s showpiece event visits Scotland and shines a light on host venue and events industry favourite, Gleneagles hotel and estate. The USA team, without the injured Tiger Woods are considered the underdogs after losing the previous two contests despite their higher average world rankings.
The five-star ‘chateau-style’ property offers 232 rooms, including 26 suites; four restaurants, including Scotland’s only two-Michelin-star eaterie Andrew Fairlie; a high-end ESPA spa; and 850 acres of highland countryside that offers three world-class golf courses and a range of outdoor pursuits.
The venue has also just unveiled a £250,000 refurbishment its flagship conference venue, The Gleneagles Suite. The 330sqm space, which can host 280 delegates theatre-style, has been completely transformed to tie in with the Art Deco style of the hotel and enhance its grand features. There are a 14 event spaces in total, with a range of capacities and styles.