Marriott Bonvoy has signed as the official hotel partner to Kingdom of Winter ahead of the inaugural event in ExCel London which opens on 8th December. Within the partnership agreement, the Kingdom of Winter is offering free entrance to Marriott Bonvoy members.
The deal was brokered by sponsorship and partnership agency Reg&Co.
Marriott Bonvoy has an extensive selection of hotels across London and the UK; the most conveniently located for the Kingdom of Winter is the Aloft London Excel hotel situated on the doorstep of ExCeL London. With a fabulous indoor pool, and loft inspired interiors it is the perfect base from which to enjoy the UK’s largest indoor winter event this Christmas.
The Kingdom of Winter is an indoor winter-themed event taking place in ExCel London from December 8th to January 8th with organisers putting 300,000 tickets on sale to purchase across the month. Attractions will include traditional fairground rides, a 450-capacity circus, 200-person per hour ice rink and two food and drink villages, each with a two-storey alpine-inspired chalet bar and street food vendors.
Tickets are available to purchase here: www.kingdomofwinter.com
Francesca Archibald, Director of Marketing, Marriott London commented:
“We are thrilled to be offering this benefit to all our members and with the location of the Aloft London ExCel Hotel situated on the doorstep, partnering with Kingdom of Winter makes us the perfect option for visitors attending the UK’s largest indoor winter event this Christmas. Guests will be able to enjoy our indoor swimming pool, gym and refuel at the Docksider Restaurant and W XYZ Bar – we are giving members 20% off food and beverage on the day of their visit.”
George Gregory, co-founder of Kingdom of Winter added:
“Marriott Bonvoy’s Aloft London ExCel is in the perfect location for any visitors to Kingdom of Winter who need to stay overnight in the capital, so we welcome and thank Francesca and her team for partnering with us.
We are looking forward to opening our doors in two weeks’ time and officially opening the UK’s largest indoor winter themed event.”