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Glasgow, Scotland

With its immensely convenient location and range of services designed to make each guest feel comfortable, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow is an ideal choice for any business traveller venturing to the Scottish city

Edinburgh Corn Exchange

The highly flexible Edinburgh Corn Exchange offers unique event spaces and has the technological capacity to make any event special

Scottish Event Campus

Offering myriad venues, stages and facilities, the Scottish Event Campus has become a UK hub for business and cultural events

A tale of two cities

As Edinburgh reinvented itself in the 20th century to become a bastion of culture and commerce, the iconic Scotsman Hotel has embraced this ethos to the full to provide a premier stay at the heart of the city

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Versatile conference space in Edinburgh

Edinburgh has always been a hub of economic and cultural prestige. Today the Edinburgh International Convention Centre is building on that legacy to provide delegates with some of Europe’s finest meeting space

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The story of Glasgow is familiar, at least; an industrial-era metropolis that fell upon hard times after the war and has reinvented itself during the later twentieth century with a series of urban regeneration projects. But that would do the city an injustice; Glasgow’s soul has always run much deeper than its dockyards. Adam Smith […]


The cream of Scotland

Hard times in the tourist industry? Not as far as Scotland is concerned. Tourist chiefs are expecting 2009 to turn into a boom year, thanks in no small part to their 300-event Homecoming Scotland campaign celebrating the 250th anniversary of the birth of national poet Robert Burns. David Neville Williams reports


Edinburgh: Britian’s second capital

Edinburgh is Britain’s most popular conference venue and it is easy to understand why given its magnificent setting, architecture, history, excellent hotels and restaurants. A newly promoted attraction for visitors is its extraordinary literary heritage. Andrew Lownie provides a guide to some of the city’s literary associations.



With an ominous yet otherworldly presence, Edinburgh castle stands sentinel on its volcanic crag, peering over the twin medieval and Georgian influences of the Old and New Towns below. To find this city in the midst of the harsh and rugged Scottish landscape is something of a surprise; breathtakingly beautiful by both day and night, […]