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The Holiday Inn Kings Cross/Bloomsbury will soon have a new name, Crowne Plaza London Kings Cross/St Pancras along with a full refurbishment programme. The new facilities will include 405 luxury bedrooms, 6 meeting rooms and a conference room
The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre (QEIICC) could be expanded to become central London’s main International Conference Centre (ICC). Despite London Mayor Boris Johnson recently pledging his support for making Docklands-based ExCeL London
QHotels is celebrating their recognition at the 2009 Caterer & Hotelkeeper ‘Best Places to Work in Hospitality’ awards after receiving the ‘Excellence in Training’ accreditation. Pontin’s Blackpool
Sundial’s continuing commitment to offer an outstanding level of service was again recognised by BDRC’s “Venue Verdict". Sundial's 2009 'year-to-date' overall score is 82%, nearly two percentage points higher than the second placed
The Royal Society is delighted to introduce a new venue due to open in summer 2010. Chicheley Hall is a unique and historically significant Grade I Georgian Country house set within 75 acres of glorious gardens and grounds. Located just outside
The University of Edinburgh plans to extend its main conference facilities by September. The £9m refurbishment of the John McIntyre Centre will see the addition of the new Pentland Conference Suite for up to 350 theatre style. EICC has
Trinity has launched Pharma Meetings which is specifically tailored to the needs of our pharmaceutical clients.
Award-winning Stamford businesswoman Jacqui Kavanagh is set to challenge the meeting and events sector with the launch of her new enterprise Trinity Conferences this week.