Lunch or dinner reservations often change simply as a consequence of the weather, and with them vital revenue.
We have a solution to avoid those situations, the Astreea® Igloo, ready to house lunch and dinner guests whatever the weather.
The Astreea Igloo is a weatherproof bubble, designed for outside use, to protect your guests from the elements. But it isn’t just any ordinary outdoor cover, made in a European aerospace factory the frame is made entirely from aerospace aluminium, meaning its built to last.
It can be bolted to the floor or weighed down to withstand all weather conditions.
Covers to suit all seasons and vintage lighting make the igloo an inviting environment for your guests to spend time with loved ones.
Assembly is simple and can be carried out by 2 people in less than an hour and is as simple as erect and dine. In winter, choose the weatherproof PVC cover for an intimate, cosy environment that keep your guests dry and warm sheltered from the elements.
In warmer months switch the cover to one from our summer accessories range. Pick and choose from a canopy, panorama or umbrella style that suits your venue style.
If you are short on space, choose the Downtown. The outdoor shelter solution ideal for smaller spaces and tight city streets and terraces. You can sit multiple units’ snug, side by side so that you can get the most from your space whilst still offering customers protection from the elements.
Astreea Igloos are already providing hundreds of venues with increased dining options and footfall, and they can help you to achieve the same.
Find out more at astreeauk.co.uk/igloo, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01884 254013
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