Creativevents has relaunched the Clubhouse at Brooklands Museum, following a £200,000 revamp.
The event caterer, which sold a 51% majority stake in the business to facilities management firm Mitie in August, was awarded a £5m, five-year contract extension at the museum in May.
The makeover was completed in keeping with the venue's art deco style and includes the transformation of the Edwardian Napier Room, which has its own private balcony overlooking the paddock.
Other rooms to be refurbished include the Members' Bar and the Bluebird Room, which celebrates Sir Malcolm Campbell's exploits with his world-famous Bluebird racing cars.
The 105-year-old Clubhouse has had upgrades to its AV facilities, heating and ventilation as well as a new-look reception area and corridors. It also houses the public Sunbeam Café, which was refurbished two years ago.
John Uphill, hospitality and special events director at Creativevents, said: "The museum is steeped in great British history, offering event organisers a truly unique place to host exciting and entertaining meetings, parties and events."
By Janie Manzoori-Stamford
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