Millennium & Copthorne Hotels offer festival goers food for thought with a fantastic offer

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With the Foodies Festival celebrating its fifth birthday this weekend, Millennium & Copthorne Hotels have an amazing discount for visitors to the festival.

This weekend, 29th to 31st July 2011, will see the Foodies Festival come to Battersea Park for a few days of fine food and drink. Foodies Festivals take place all around the UK throughout the year and this weekend it is Battersea that will be host to more than 100 exhibitors.

Millennium & Copthorne Hotels are offering food lovers the opportunity to extend their stay and spend a few days at one of their London hotels and take advantage of a discount of up to 20% off stays of three days or more.

The festival gives visitors the chance to sample many different fine foods, buy local seasonal produce and see many award winning chefs at work throughout the three days. There will also be live music and activities to take part in, as well as a number of informative culinary demonstrations and tutorials.

Top chefs that will be starring at the festival include Anna Hansen, Gary Lee from The Ivy, Phil User and Richard Kirkwood. This year there is a brand new feature, The Great Taste Market from the Guild of Fine Foods, as well as the exquisite Harvey Nichols food market, the producers market and many top London restaurants will be serving culinary delights and samples of their signature dishes.

The event offers a fun day out for the whole family and to amuse the children there will be master classes over the weekend for those budding young chefs that want to get involved and enjoy the culinary experience.
The Millennium & Copthorne London hotels are all centrally located with numerous transport links close by and are within easy reach of Battersea Park.

Millennium & Copthorne Hotels operates a portfolio of UK hotels and hotels worldwide.
For further information, please contact:
Ginny Lancaster
Consumer Marketing Manager


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