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The Ramada London Ealing Hotel and Ramada London Hyde Park are now under the management of Westmont Hospitality Group. From 1st May 2012 both hotels will be represented by Hilton Worldwide as an affiliate partner and therefore will have a name change to
ME London opening July 2012 is a cutting edge, luxury hotel designed by Foster and Partners founded by Sir Norman Foster. Steeped in history, the hotel is on the site of the former Gaitey Theatre, Strand Music Hall and Marconi house, where the BBC set
Passengers flying from Dublin Airport will face additional security measures for a number of months after an EU audit identified two deficiencies in security. The European Commission has taken formal proceedings to get Dublin Airport to address the
The Renaissance Barcelona Hotel opened on 26th April 2012 in the heart of the city close to many of the historical sites. The hotel offers 211 bedrooms and 7 meeting rooms with almost 500sqm of event space including capacity for up to 140 theatre style.
What is claimed to be the world's first sustainable meetings region has been established by five Scandinavian nations. Finland, Iceland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden have signed an Accord to create an area to advance sustainable development within the
IHG, the world’s largest hotel company, has launched the first upscale, international hotel brand designed specifically for the Chinese traveller – HUALUXE Hotels and Resorts. HUALUXE translates from Hua, which means majestic China and
Salford City Stadium has officially launched following a £26m investment. It boasts a state of the art conference amd event facility with 1,200 sqm of open space that can be divided into three suites catering for up to 1,000 people.
On the 150th anniversary of the birth of Gustav Klimt, one of the world's most renowned artists, Vienna is taking the chance to celebrate one of its most famous sons, and show off the wealth of its cultural heritage. The Belvedere Museum in Vienna
The Legoland Windsor Resort Hotel has opened at the Theme Park. The 150 room property is the first Legoland hotel outside of Denmark and cost £25 million to build.
A project worth £350,000 has been completed at One Wimpole Street to create a new Suite of 3 seminar rooms seating up to 70 delegates.