Can’t find a suitable venue? Try one of these

Struggling to find a venue that suits your conference or meeting requirements? Why not give one of these a try…

1. The one in the heart of the city

Looking to take your delegation into the heart of the action? Then why not book space at the Intercontinental London – The 02? Connected to what was once known as the Millennium Dome on the Greenwich Peninsula, the InterCon is a short cable-car ride away from ExCel London and moments from the City.

The conference centre can accommodate up to 3,000 guests with additional meeting space capable of holding up to 500.

Location: Greenwich, London Transport: North Greenwich Station (Jubilee Line), Thames Riverboat, Emirates AirLine Phone: 020 8463 6868 Website: Intercon O2

2. The one with lots of outdoor space

Escape the big city and head out into the Scottish countryside by taking your delegation to Dundas Castle, located a short drive northeast of Edinburgh. The castle is steeped in history and able to accommodate up to 180 for conferences and meetings.

The surrounding grounds around the castle will take your breath away and can be used for either team-building activities or a simple relaxing stroll.

Location: Queensferry, Edinburgh Transport: Located near the M9 and M90 motorways, off the B800 Phone: 0131 319 2039 Website: Dundas Castle

3. The one all on its own

Tucked away in the northwest of England, the Sands Centre, Carlisle, might be a lengthy drive from the well-to-do southeast, but for northern businesses it is only a two-hour drive from Manchester Airport.

The main hall can accommodate up to 1,400 delegates theatre style, or 650 cabaret style. The wide, open space makes the centre ideal for all types of conference and meetings.

Location: Carlisle Transport: Carlisle Station (4 mins drive) Phone: 01228 633 766 Website: The Sands Centre

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Martin Fullard: journalist, presenter, producer. Martin is the Deputy Editor at Conference News and Conference & Meetings World magazines. He leads the digital channels on Mash Media’s Conference Division as well as heading up Mash TV. He is formerly a web editor at a national newspaper in the Middle East and motoring journalist.

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