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Facelift for Capital FM Arena hospitality

The Capital FM Arena Nottingham has been busy making the VIP area more luxurious and inviting to customers this summer, so prepare to be dazzled next time you join them for a hospitality experience. 

The hospitality entrance on level 4 of the venue has been given a complete makeover with new flooring, toilets, decorative walls and the most exciting of all…a stylish hospitality welcome desk! They also have a brand new Bang and Olufsen TV in the VIP bar so the place is looking snazzier than ever. 

Not only have they been updating the hospitality entrance, they’ve also recruited a new Head Chef! Steve, whose previous workplaces include Harts Hotel and Prestwood Lodge, has already started in his new position and is looking forward to making some delicious dishes to make hospitality experiences at the Capital FM Arena Nottingham extra special. 

Hospitality starts from just £55 per person. Experiences include Premier Seating where you can enjoy seats close to the stage; with this you also receive exclusive access to the Directors Bar so you can enjoy drinks before a show away from the crowds. The Executive Suite Experience offers you and your friends or family amazing panoramic views of the Arena. You can receive the real star treatment with food and drink packages, waiter service throughout the show and access to the VIP Bar. All experiences include the cost of your event ticket. 

To find out more about hospitality packages at the Capital FM Arena Nottingham, contact the Hospitality Team on 0843 373 3000 (option 1, option 2, option 2) or email hospitality@capitalfmarena.com.

Posted on 12 September 2013

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