We hope that you’ve got some nice plans for the summer… We’re looking forward to it here at Roomzzz because we’ve got our marvelous sale – double discount!
So we just wanted to remind you that anyone with Royalty Club membership will get a Double Discount throughout the months of June, July and August… all you have to do is join our club and you can claim this discount! Already a member? go online to www.roomzzz.co.uk and make your booking or call 0844 499 4888.
So what’s the catch?* Well there really isn’t one!
*Bookable with valid Royalty Club membership only. Discount applies to new reservations made directly with us for stays from 01/06/2012 until 31/08/2012, subject to availability. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. We reserve the right to amend or cancel any offers as appropriate without prior notice.
…not at Roomzzz it’s not….!
Here we have cosy comfortable rooms for you to stay in… huge beds with crisp linen… sofas with plump cushions to lounge on… showers you could live under… why head out and about when you could just snuggle up at Roomzzz?
All our hotels have the following…
Free wi-fi broadband internet
Free local and national UK landline calls
Free Grab & Go breakfast
Fully fitted kitchens
Car parking available locally
… you can stay for night or move in for a month!
And best of all you can join our Royalty Club
… and get a minimum
of 10% discount each time you stay with us!
The Sage Gateshead is a centre for musical education, performance and conferences, located in Gateshead
It opened in 2004 and occupies a curved glass and stainless steel building, the planning and construction process cost over £70 million, which was raised primarily through National Lottery grants. The Sage Gateshead is also available as a conference venue: for example it hosted the Liberal Democrat Party conference in March 2012.
Wikipedia tells us that the building contains three performance spaces; a 1,700-seater, a 450-seater and a smaller rehearsal and performance hall. The rest of the building was designed around these three spaces to allow for maximum attention to detail in their acoustic properties. Structurally it is three separate buildings, insulated from each other to prevent noise and vibration travelling between them. The gaps between them may be seen as one walks around inside. A special ‘spongy’ concrete mix was used in the construction, with a higher-than-usual air capacity to improve the acoustic.
These three buildings are enclosed (but not touched) by the now-famous glass and steel shell.
The building is open to the public throughout the day.
Visitors can see rehearsals, soundchecks and workshops in progress. It has five bars, a brasserie, the “Sir Michael Straker Café”, and “The Barbour Room” – a multi-purpose function room which holds around 200 people.