SACO Apartments Nottingham Open Day

SACO Apartments

On Thursday 3 November 2011, SACO Apartments will be hosting an Open Day for prospective business visitors between 4.30pm and 7pm.

The self catering apartments are based on the Ropewalk in a stylish area overlooking The Park and just a short walk away from Nottingham Castle.

There are a variety of one and two bedroom apartments available and all of them come with a spacious living and dining area, including full kitchen facilities with oven, hobs, fridge, freezer and more.

Whilst the apaprtments can also be used for visitors on a short break, the layout and contemporary style of the self catering accommodation is perfect for business travellers who may be coming to Nottingham as part of an extended business trip or conference.

The location of the apartments in particular gives easy access to the city centre facilities and the onsite car parking available to residents allows ease of access to some of Nottingham’s key business areas, including Experian, Capital One, Boots, Nottingham University, Nottingham Trent University and NG2. Prospective residents are advised to enquire in advance to secure car parking as it is limited.

If you’re thinking about planning an event at one of Nottingham’s many non residential conference venues and need somewhere to stay over, then SACO Apartments really do give the flexibility of options that will be of interest to delegates.

Rather than staying in what can sometimes be a bland hotel room, the self catering option provides a more relaxed feel and the potential for family and friends to visit.

Available at the Open Day will be the odd glass of wine (or two) and nibbles together with a free prize draw to win an overnight stay at a SACO Apartment of your choice.

Interested parties should contact Shan Hucker, Business Development Manager at SACO Apartments on Nottingham 0845 122 0405.

For further information about SACO Apartments in Nottingham visit their website at

Posted on 12 October 2011
Featured author: Dale Web Marketing Officer

A Mansfield lad who likes reading, running and red wine.

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