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The Rezidor Hotel Group, one of the fastest growing hotel companies worldwide, announces two new hotels in Oslo: The Radisson Blu Hotel, Oslo Alna with 135 rooms and the Park Inn by Radisson Oslo Alna with 208 rooms will be located in adjacent towers,
The Usher Hall, a key venue for the International Edinburgh Festival, has a contemporary new glass wing which embraces the old architecture. It can be configured to stage anything from concerts to conferences and has flexible space outside
Park Plaza Hotels, owner and operator of upscale and lifestyle hotels, announces the completion of a 61-room extension to the existing four-star art’otel Berlin city centre west, increasing the total number of rooms to 152. At the heart of the
The Arden Training and Conference Centre has achieved Gold Standard status which means that all three Warwick Conferences properties are now in the elite BDRC Continental grouping at the end of quarter three
The Royal Scots Club, on one of Edinburgh’s finest Georgian streets, has refurbished function rooms and accommodation.
York Barbican reopened in October following a £2m investment; the venue can hold up to 1500 delegates and is located in the city centre
The Scotsman Hotel Edinburgh went into administration on 16th November 2011. The hotel is continuing to trade.
The Conrad, Algarve is set to open in Quinta Do Lago in Spring 2012. The hotel will have 154 bedrooms and six meeting rooms and a ballroom with a capacity for 358 delegates. There are also 6 restaurants, a swimming pool and spa.
March 2012 will see the launch of Belfast’s most ambitious project, the £97 million Titanic Belfast. Overlooking the birthplace of the famous liner, the venue will be the cornerstone of the Titanic Quarter, which will include offices,
The Molineux Stadium, the home of Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club has begun a £50 million re-development of three of its stands. Its Stan Cullis, Steve Bull and Jack Harris stands will be re-developed to contain better facilities as well as