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Attractions operator Merlin Entertainments Group’s EDF Energy London Eye held a launch event for its latest event space, the Silver Barracuda vessel. The river cruiser is moored on the South Bank, adjacent to the London Eye, and can be used to host
The newly refurbished Wimbledon building in Lensbury’s Conference Centre has been re-opened, following 5 months of work and £2 million worth of investment. This major upgrade will bring the Wimbledon Building up to the same standard as the
One of Brighton’s best kept hotel secrets is to get a new lease of life. The 12-bedroom Blanch House in Atlingworth Street, Kemp Town, was purchased last week by independently owned Seventeenten Hospitality Ltd – with the aim of respecting
The London Bridge Hotel has adopted VC-Net’s video conferencing solution to enhance its banqueting and conference offering
Accor Hotels has signed a franchise agreement with Focus Hotels adding 10 hotels to its network of Mercure properties in the first quarter of 2011
Thackray Museum (grade II listed) in Leeds has celebrated its 150th year in operation by refurbishing its conference auditorium which can hold up to 130.
Leeds is expanding its conference offering with the New Ellington Hotel, which can offer guests 35 bedrooms in the city's financial district. For meetings, the hotel can offer three conference rooms, for capacities ranging from 5 to 25.
The Old Royal Naval College in London is refurbishing its Admiral’s House venue. The new 90 capacity Hardwick Room will be completed in early 2012 and day delegate rates start from £51 plus VAT
Guoman’s 5 star hotel, The Royal Horseguards, last month opened The Equus Bar which has a real gentlemen’s club feel. The space can be hired for private events and is furnished with leather and chenille features
The University of Leicester has announced a £14m project to transform a Grade II Listed building into a leading residential conference venue. The University is planning to transform the five-acre former College Hall site in Knighton, which has not