The popular Knowsley based destination has witnessed a noticeable increase in the number of parties wishing to celebrate a special mum-to-be during August.
The surge follows a report from The Office for National Statistics that revealed that September looks set to see a seasonal peak in the number of births, with the most common birthday in England and Wales being 26 September.
Sales & Marketing Director at Suites Hotel & Spa Lyndsay Stanistreet-Tyer said: “Our Baby Shower packages have been well received since they were first introduced, and celebrations of mums-to-be are particularly popular at Suites Hotel & Spa; however this month has been busier than ever!
“It’s fantastic that the hotel has become synonymous with events and although Baby Showers were once a trend, they look set to become a regular occurrence on Suites Hotel & Spa’s calendar.”
Baby Shower packages available at Suites Hotel & Spa comprise a delicious Traditional Afternoon Tea, which can be upgraded to include a glass of fizz to be enjoyed at the venue’s in-house restaurant Handley’s Brasserie, or in the spacious Atrium for those looking for a more private setting.
Lyndsay added: “Baby Showers are such a momentous occasion, both for the almost-mum and her loved ones so it’s important to make sure the event is unforgettable. In addition to our Afternoon Tea packages, guests can opt for our delicious Banquet Buffet which comprises of dishes such as Chilli Con Carne with Basmati Rice, Traditional Scouse with Crusty Bread, Pizza and Mini Quiches to name a few. There is also the option to include a Spa Package or even hotel accommodation to make the celebrations extra special.”
For more information about Suites Hotel & Spa Baby Showers visit www.suiteshotelgroup.com or call 0151 549 2222.
"Our Baby Shower packages have been well received since they were first introduced, and celebrations of mums-to-be are particularly popular at Suites Hotel & Spa however this month has been busier tha"
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