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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
ExCeL London now has worms to feed on the food waste left by delegates and now has the largest wormery in the UK
The famous Hotel Sacher Vienna, the first 5* Superior Hotel in Vienna has been completely renovated! “Tradition redefined” describes the style of the newly renovated rooms and suites! The Hotel Sacher Wien is renowned for outstanding service
London has been voted as the most popular destination for 2012 by 38% of planners in the meetings and events industry.
Pratergalerien is a new event space in the heart of Vienna, with a total of 4 interconnected performance venues and is situated next to the world famous “giant ferries wheel“. The location is ideal for both, small, exclusive functions and
Barcelona has managed to consolidate its image as a top tourism destination especially in the professional meetings business. A flurry of new hotel inaugurations is expected over the next few years with some 30 hotels due to open, including an expected 8
Britain for Events reports says that the country’s events industry will grow by £12bm by 2020 from £36.1bn to £48.4bn
The University of Edinburgh has added a purpose-built conference centre to its array of historic and modern buildings and offers accommodation year-round.