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Michael Oliver
Debbie Pierce
Brian Hay
Jennie Johnson
Richard O'Sullivan
Tony Caldeira
Laura Tenison
Charlie Mullins
Steve Purdham
David Pollock
Julie Meyer
Jeremy Roberts

Bolton Wanderers - Reebok Stadium

De Vere Whites
De Havilland Way
Bolton BL6 6SF
United Kingdom
Phone: 01204 667788
Capacity: 1000

The Reebok Stadium is a business venue with a vision. A vision of the country's only modern football stadium to have it's very own integrated 125 bedroom, 4 star hotel, a range of hospitality suites with magnificent pitch-side vistas and all the leisure facilities you would expect from a hotel of this standard.

The ability to offer a unique conference and exhibition centre in a truly exciting location with 5 star standard service banqueting facilities, to cater for up to 1000 guests makes De Vere Whites an excellent choice for all your business needs. Centrally located, just 500 yards from junction 6 of the M61, the Reebok stadium hospitality is operated and managed by De Vere Hotels.

As one of the country's newest and most unusual hotel and conference venues, you must experience the De Vere difference.

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