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Amsterdam RAI has announced a turnover of € 133.9 million for 2011, an increase of 7.1% compared to 2010 and 23.8% higher than in 2009 which had a similar event calendar. The good results were achieved with both RAI-organised (trade) exhibitions in
CEME Conference Centre, the East London event and meeting venue, has achieved the meetings Industry recognised kite mark, Accredited in Meetings (AIM).
Following Highgate House's Head Chef, Lee Gaskins, being crowned ‘Chef of the Year' at the most recent prestigious Carlsberg UK Food & Drink awards, Northamptonshire conference hotel Highgate House is now the proud employer of the awards' Young
Several Vienna hotels have been nominated for the "Austria's Leading Hotel" award for the World Travel Awards 2012. The shortlist is dominated by Viennese hotels, and Viennese hotels have won the award since it's inception in 2004. Former
The ‘Schottenring,’ in the heart of Vienna, currently sees the transformation of the historic Palais Hansen into the first Kempinski hotel in the Austrian capital. The listed building is undergoing careful restoration and extensive renovation
In June 2012 the former Postpalais will open as the new Crowne Plaza Berlin – Potsdamer Platz. The hotel will have 4 meeting rooms, and the largest of these will hold 120 people. There will be 256 bedrooms including a club floor with
Nottingham Conference Centre has come top in an industry survey from academic venue consortium Venuemasters. Designed to provide a benchmark of service and response levels, the survey was conducted with 89 Venuemasters members and a sample of ten hotels
The Waldorf Astoria Group will open its first new-build hotel in Europe later this year. This new 5* hotel is located in Berlin City West, near the zoo and just off the Kurfurstendamm luxury shopping district. It will be a mixture of Art Deco
Le Meridien Beach Plaza has reopened its Sea Club Conference Centre following a £1.7m renovation. The hotel has 14 meeting rooms for a total of 2,000 people.
Berlin Brandenburg Airport is replacing both the Berlin Tegel and Schönefeld Airports which will close on 2nd June. The airport will start with a capacity of 27 million passengers per year which can be expanded to cater for as many as 45