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Holiday Inn Riyadh

Holiday Inn Riyadh

Located in the Nejd region of the Arabian Peninsula, Riyadh is the capital of Saudi Arabia and its largest city. A centre of power, finance and commerce, meetings play an increasingly important role in the economy. We at Holiday Inn Riyadh have no fewer than three hotels here, located in Riyadh’s prime cultural and business areas. With state-of-the-art conference rooms suitable for private functions as well as corporate meetings, we are equally suited for both business and leisure visitors.

Built on a desert oasis around 1500 years ago, Riyadh began life as a small walled city. A lush and fertile region which was for many centuries an important centre of agriculture, it became famous for its orchards and date palms. The arrival of oil brought new riches, with the Saudi government encouraging economic growth by, for example, the privatisation of key utilities such as electricity and telecommunications. Although fossil fuels no longer dominate the economy as they once did, private enterprise continues to dominate Riyadh’s economy, with corporate meetings taking place on a daily basis.

Riyadh’s business and financial district of Olaya houses a large number of big conglomerates and private companies, as well as the HQ of the National Bank. We at Holiday Inn Riyadh have a prestigious hotel right in the centre of this important district: Holiday Inn Riyadh-Al Qasr. Totally renovated in 2007, our luxurious premises occupy a prime position adjoining King Fahd road, the wealthiest area of the city. A glittering thoroughfare of high-rise office buildings, conglomerate headquarters and shopping malls, King Fahd road links directly to King Khaled International Airport. With state-of-the-art conference facilities for up to 1300 delegates, we at Holiday Inn Riyadh-Al Qasr are ideally situated for international conferences and meetings.

Close by is our Holiday Inn Riyadh-Olaya hotel, again conveniently near to the commercial, business and retail centre and just 30 minutes drive from the airport. Those attending trade fairs and conventions at the Exhibition Centre will find it conveniently near, while the government ministry buildings are also close by. As well as conference rooms housing up to 450 delegates, our Holiday Inn Riyadh-Olaya has a staffed business centre. Our executive suites are ideal for breakout sessions and private discussions away from the main meeting rooms.

Sometimes, corporate meetings require smaller, more intimate facilities – a role which our Holiday Inn Riyadh Minhal hotel fulfils admirably. Convenient for the government embassies, Exhibition Centre and main business district, it is also ideally located for meetings concerning health and medicine – Riyadh’s Military Hospital and King Faisal Specialist Hospital are both close by. Our main meeting room will accommodate up to 350 delegates, with the advantage of being separable into three smaller rooms.

Despite its ancestry, Riyadh’s architecture is largely modern, dominated by the Kingdom Centre, the tallest building in Saudi Arabia. However, there are surprising snippets of the past – such as the 19th century Masmak fort, and the mud-brick buildings of Al-Dira. Located on the site of the ancient walled city, this district has been sympathetically rebuilt to reflect the pre-20th century architecture of the Nejd region.

We at Holiday Inn Riyadh are within easy reach of these cultural gems – the perfect excuse to break up meetings with a bit of sightseeing.

Emma writes articles on Meeting Rooms including guides to Holiday Inn Riyadh.

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Holiday Inn Dubai

Holiday Inn Dubai

Business meetings are an integral part of Dubai, with hotels like us at Holiday Inn Dubai playing an important role in the life of the city. Once a small fishing village, Dubai has risen to become the leading centre for business and finance in the Middle East, while the designer malls, beaches and cultural sites have made it a centre for tourism too.

We at Holiday Inn Dubai have two superb hotels to host conferences. Our Holiday Inn Downtown Dubai is ideally sited for international business meetings, being just 10 minutes from the international airport. Located close to Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, Dubai Mall (the largest in the world) and the chic designer shops and beaches of Jumeira, our hotel is also within easy reach of Dubai Media City and Dubai Maritime City – both major new developments which have transformed the city skyline and helped make Dubai into the commercial success it is today.

Our Holiday Inn Dubai Al Barsha hotel, on the Sheikh Zayed road, is ideal for both business and leisure guests, being conveniently sited between the spectacular manmade islands of Palm Jameira and Palm Jebel Ali. With seven superbly equipped meeting rooms, a business centre, gym and numerous other facilities, we are equally suited for both business meetings and private functions such as weddings. This is a boon for those living at nearby Emirates Hills, a swish gated development housing the majority of Dubai’s expatriate community.

Booking meetings in Dubai makes it easy to mix business with pleasure. While we at Holiday Inn Dubai try to ensure you will never need to leave your hotel during your stay, it is hard not to, with so many fabulous attractions on the doorstep. Our Holiday Inn Dubai Al Barsha, for example, is a short walk from the Mall of the Emirates, which until the opening of Dubai Mall was the largest in the Middle East after Cairo’s City Stars. The real surprise is its prime attraction: Ski Dubai, the Middle East’s first indoor ski resort, featuring real snow. The ideal setting for corporate hospitality outings, it’s also the perfect antidote to the hot Persian Gulf weather.

The intense climate of the Middle East is the one reason why meetings in Dubai might get a little uncomfortable. There is nothing more unpleasant than a hot, sticky conference room when you are trying to do business. Our meeting rooms at Holiday Inn Dubai address this with natural daylight and efficient air conditioning. Combined with rooftop terrace swimming pools, cooling refreshments, spa treatments and light, healthy cuisine, our state-of-the-art facilities are the perfect choice for your meetings and conferences.

It’s tempting to see Dubai as a purely modern city, dominated as it is by the billowing “sail” of the Burj Al Arab and high-rise hotels of the man-made Palm islands. But it has major cultural attractions too. We at Holiday Inn Dubai suggest you visit the souks of old Bar Dubai, Al-Fahidid Fort, Hatta Heritage Village and Khor Dubai creek, to see why Dubai was an important trading centre centuries before modern business meetings arrived.

Emma writes articles on Meeting Rooms including guides to Holiday Inn Dubai .

Cotswolds Inns

Cotswolds Inns

Cotswolds Inns have a charm of their own as any visitor to the area will already know. The Cotswolds area is one of the UK’s favourite destinations, and is well known and loved for it’s hundreds of little villages, all made from the same honey coloured limestone.

There is something for everyone, whether you want a relaxing experience or something more exciting like a visit to the Cotswolds Water Park for example. Many visitors are happy to find a good Cotswolds Inn to stat at then visit as many of the beautiful villages as they can, and of course buying some of the local treats you find in the area.
 
During your stay you will need somewhere to stay as well as eat and drink, and I recommend you visit as many of the Inns in the Cotswolds as you can. Many have a varied and long history and you are ensured of a warm welcome.
 
The Crown of Crucis inn in Cirencester boasts it’s very own ghost for example, which sits at table 5 near the log fire and often moves glasses around. Was he one of the many travellers that used this inn as a stop off point on his way to London, or perhaps a Roman who used to work at the nearby unearthed Roman forge who enjoys a drink in the bar after a hard day?
 
Of course there are many local Cotswolds delicacies to tempt you with, such as Cerney Ash goats Cheese, Blaisdon red plums, Bilbury trout and Old Spot bacon. Why not wash it down with one of the local Cotswolds brews such as Jouster, or Donnington Ale? And we haven’t even mentioned all of the cream teas on offer. Be careful not to put on too much weight!
 
Many Cotswolds inns were of course coaching inns originally, and many date back to the 16th Century. Many still hang on to original features such as beams and original flagstones.

One of the Cotswolds Inns that offers all of this and more in a great location for exploring the area is the Crown of Crucis. The following quote says it all “This is the perfect example of a traditional English Country Hotel, in beautiful surroundings which add to the atmosphere of undisturbed tranquillity.” (Travellers Choice) See their website at Cotswolds Country Hotel for their special rates including dinner in the award winning restaurant, bed and breakfast and of course, the beauty and tranquillity of the Cotswolds.

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