This summer, luxury hotel, The Royal Park, located near Hyde Park in London, is supporting The Heaton Ellis Trust, a charity with the specific aim of funding research into finding a cure for Motor Neurone Disease (MND).
The two organisations have come together to create an innovative charitable contribution generation programme. During June, a selection of rooms at the Royal Park Hotel will be available for just £100 per night, a substantial reduction on the standard room rate, guests will be asked to supplement this reduction, by paying whatever they feel their experience was worth, the difference will be paid direct to the Trust. For example, if a guest pays £150 per night, the hotel will make a £50 contribution. Guests can feel compassionate, while enjoying luxury accommodation close to the many attractions London offers in early summer.
When the City Comes Alive In June, West London is vibrant, Polo in the Park, the Chelsea Flower Show and Royal Ascot are all taking place. In addition, the capital’s finest restaurants and some of the world’s most famous department stores are located just a few moments away from the Royal Park. This generous offer means guests can stay in the vicinity of all these popular attractions and more, while enjoying a relaxing stay in a classic double room at the hotel, with continental breakfast included, from as little as £100 (+VAT) per night.
The Royal Park Hotel is a charming, luxury, boutique townhouse hotel, featuring handcrafted beds, dressed with hand stitched Irish bed linen, antique furniture, limestone and marble bathrooms with Penhaligon toiletries.
The Heaton-Ellis Trust was formed in 2009 with the specific aim of funding research into finding a cure for Motor Neurone Disease. The Trust is committed to raising £1 million to directly fund research at the department of Clinical Neuroscience, King’s College Hospital in London. The Trust has no overheads or administrative costs, all monies go directly to funding the research.
To book a room at the exceptional rate of £100 (subject to availability) and help support the Heaton Ellis Trust, please visit www.theroyalpark.com. For further information on MND and the Heaton Ellis Trust, please visit www.heatonellistrust.com
By Natasha Godbold