Droitwich Spa hotels keep you well-connected
Get your culture fix when you stop off in northern Worcestershire for business, surrounded by the Roman architecture of Droitwich Spa. You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to hotels, as many include excellent business facilities as well as comfort, combining the best of work and play. Droitwich Spa is situated in the well-connected and scenic county of Worcestershire, making it a choice spot for arranging business meetings and navigating workloads. Choose a hotel in Droitwich Spa and be surrounded by a region of great beauty and historical significance.
How can I explore the history of Droitwich Spa?
From history to tourism, Droitwich Spa hotels lead the way when it comes to accommodating business travellers. Allow time to take in the town’s fascinating origins. Situated on huge deposits of salt, the natural Droitwich Spa brine contains a salt content that is ten times that of sea water, rivalled only by the Dead Sea. The Droitwich Spa Brine Baths are open to the public for relaxation and hydrotherapy, the ideal place to unwind.
What trade shows can I attend in Droitwich Spa?
As the central longwave broadcasting hub of the UK (thanks to its enormous deposits of salt underground which significantly increase signal strength), Droitwich Spa is home to the British Broadcast Corporation’s (BBC) most powerful long wave transmitter. The nearby town of Malvern hosts an annual trade show at the Three Counties Showground for those in the catering industries, launched as an effective way for people to experience new products. Visit Droitwich Spa's Chateau Impney Exhibition Centre for a fusion of Irish and French architecture, built by John Corbett in the 19th century. It’s home to the Regent Centre, one of the largest conference and exhibition spaces in the Midlands.
What can I do for leisure from my Droitwich Spa hotel?
There are plenty of sites to enjoy when you're staying with a hotel in Droitwich Spa. St. Andrew's Square is ideal for shopping, while The Norbury Theatre & Cinema is a volunteer-run theatre in a lovely Art Deco building. The Chequers restaurant offers gourmet British cuisine in a rustic setting, whipped up by the former chef of the England Football Team. The restaurant also offers private dining in one of their three nautical themed beach huts also available.