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Get In Early and Save 20% on Meetings and Events with Hilton Worldwide.

Early bookers in Europe, Middle East and Africa can enjoy savings in over 300 top class venues.

Hilton Worldwide is offering direct bookers and agents the chance to Get In Early and earn great savings on meetings and events.

From now until August 31st, bookings made for meetings and events taking place in 2013 or 2014 can qualify for a discount of 10% and 20% respectively. Any function involving 25 delegates and above will be eligible for the reduced rate simply by mentioning the Get In Early promotion to their chosen hotel.

Over 50 participating hotels in 18 different countries across Middle East & Africa offer some of the country’s best meeting and event facilities. Each property is fully equipped with state-of-the art audio and visual technology and provides dedicated onsite facilities teams to manage and support events ensuring that clients and guests alike receive an unforgettable experience.

Conrad Pezula Hotel

Conrad Pezula Hotel

Some of the outstanding locations on offer in Africa include:
• Hilton Durban, South Africa is adjacent to the International Convention Centre and offers guests and delegates alike a luxurious oasis in a vibrant city. With a business centre, an executive boardroom, two ballrooms and 16 meeting rooms Hilton Durban is the perfect venue and location for business.
• Conrad Pezula, South Africa is a multi-award winning hotel with outstanding and unique conference and event facilities set in a glorious and secluded location in Knysna, on South Africa’s famous Garden Route. With a private beach and secluded castle for hire, its ideal for product launches, incentives and conference social events.
• Transcorp Hilton Abuja, Nigeria is the pre-eminent hotel in Abuja attracting the biggest and the best conferences and events. With 667 rooms, two executive boardrooms, a congress hall with a 1200 capacity and 24-hour meeting rooms, this large expansive hotel has the resource and expertise for events that require high profile handling.

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