Holiday Inn Jeddah

Holiday Inn Jeddah

Just 2 km from the city centre and only 5 km from the beaches and attractions of the Red Sea resorts, our Holiday Inn Jeddah-al-Salam hotel is the ideal venue for your conference, trade event or private function, boasting two spacious ballrooms able to accommodate up to 1600 delegates, plus four smaller meeting rooms for 20 to 50 guests. On top of this we have a fully-equipped business centre and Wi-Fi throughout the hotel – plus onsite parking facilities for those driving in.

Located 40 km from Jeddah International Airport and 60 km from the Holy City of Mekkah, our cosmopolitan facilities and central location are the perfect answer for both Saudi and international meetings. The conference rooms offer an attractive, air-conditioned environment in which to plan your business strategies or discuss the latest marketing figures, but if you want to get away from the boardroom for a while we have a pool, gym and spa to relax in.

Al-Balad – the gem in the eye of Holiday Inn Jeddah

We are uniquely positioned close to both the Central Business District (CBD) and one of Jeddah’s most popular tourist attractions – the gleaming white Medina Gate. In the 16th century, this proud city was under the rule of the Turkish Ottoman Empire, its massive walls pierced by six staunch gates and watchtowers. Sadly, all that remains is this one gate, the rest having been largely torn down in the post-war era. However, the Old Town of Al-Balad is still largely intact, and only a few minutes’ walk from our hotel.

As Jeddah’s business district expanded, Al-Balad was in danger of being torn down in favour of high-rises. Although a lot of damage was done, it was rescued from further development in the 1990s. In 2007 the Jeddah Urban Development Company was founded to restore the Al-Balad district and convert it to a heritage area of historic buildings and traditional craft centres. Heavy investment means repair works are already well underway, and the hope is to create a cultural and heritage area the equal of El-Khalili in Cairo, and to achieve inclusion on the UN’s World Heritage list.

To achieve Heritage Status the city needs local as well as global cooperation – something which has already been partially achieved, with both international and local companies working together on the restoration of 30 buildings. We at Holiday Inn Jeddah could not be better placed to serve the needs of this project. Our rooms cater for both small-scale, private meetings and large public planning exhibitions.

Souks and shopping centres

As it stands, Al Balad and its environs are fast becoming a centre for commerce and tourism. The glittering modern skyscrapers house a number of large Saudi companies – among them the headquarters of the National Commercial Bank. The upscale shopping malls are home to numerous high-end European designer stores, while in the ancient souks and alleyways local traders ply their wares.

We at Holiday Inn Jeddah recommend you leave your designer shopping for another day, and visit the bustling souks of Gabil, Alawiyyin and Al-Badawi, to see how little life has really changed since the days of the Six Watchtowers and the Ottoman Empire.

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

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Holiday Inn Aylesbury

Holiday Inn Aylesbury
We at Holiday Inn Aylesbury occupy a semi-rural position on the outskirts of this pleasant Buckinghamshire town. Just off the A41, we offer fast access to the M1, M40 and M25 motorways. The three airports of Luton, Gatwick and Heathrow are within easy reach.

With seven fully serviced air-conditioned meeting suites, we are the ideal venue for both local and international meetings, as well as private functions. Our spacious, comfortable bedrooms and range of leisure facilities ensure that your stay with us at Holiday Inn Aylesbury will be a pleasant one, whether youre here for business or pleasure.

Aylesbury – a Ducks tail

Aylesbury is an attractive residential town with a large number of small businesses, as well as larger chain stores. It has one of the lowest levels of unemployment in the UK, making it a popular place to live and work. A thriving market town for centuries, there are still markets held here several times a week, with agriculture continuing to play an important role in the local economy. Aylesburys best known export has been its famous white ducks, one of which forms the towns emblem. Sadly, the Aylesbury duck fair is no more, though the breed itself can be found across England – its most famous incarnation was as Beatrix Potters Jemima Puddleduck.

Aylesburys population has doubled since the 1960s, and a number of new developments have been built in recent years, with more to follow though the conservation area around Queens Park and St Marys has been protected. Suburban Aylesbury now encroaches on several neighbouring towns and villages, including Stoke Mandeville, Hartwell, Stone, Broughton and Weston Turville. We at Holiday Inn Aylesbury are located at the centre of this group of towns, with easy access to Stoke Mandeville Hospital and other local employers, making our business facilities a valuable resource, not just for Aylesbury but surrounding districts too. In recent years, Aylesbury has become a major focus for growth and investment, with a major new regeneration plan in the canalside area. The new 1,500-seat Waterside theatre opened its doors in October 2010, and an extensive new retail and leisure area is in the pipeline. It is hoped this redevelopment of the towns old industrial areas will generate 21,500 new jobs.

The cultural side of Aylesbury

Aylesbury has a number of lively pubs, bars and restaurants, as well as an eclectic mix of retail outlets. One of its most stunning modern buildings is the Blue Leanie, an award-winning glittering high-rise tower block housing the headquarters of several major companies.

However, Aylesbury has an older, more cultural side too, with several heritage buildings of note. Its civic buildings include a Victorian County Gaol and Union Workhouse (today a mental hospital.) The town also has a number of fine churches making our meeting rooms at Holiday Inn Aylesbury a popular choice for weddings. Our spacious suites have room for up to 150 guests, with a superb backdrop the beautiful Vale of Aylesbury and the Chiltern Hills. We at Holiday Inn Aylesbury are the perfect choice whether youre planning a team exercise, a product launch or a family get-together.

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

Holiday Inn Rugby

Holiday Inn Rugby

In a rural location just east of junction 18 on the M1, we at Holiday Inn Rugby have a state-of-the-art Business Academy with several purpose-built, self-contained meeting rooms and a business centre. We offer fully-serviced facilities for meetings, training, team events, break-out sessions, private functions and weddings – including civil ceremonies.

We at Holiday Inn Rugby are located in our own landscaped grounds, in an area of outstanding natural beauty. During the summer months, our extensive grounds are ideal for both corporate events and weddings, the historic parish church of the picturesque village of Crick (mentioned in the Domesday book) lying close by. Surrounded by the rolling Northamptonshire countryside, it’s easy to forget that the M1 motorway is less than 200m away! With quick and easy links to Rugby city centre and the M6, and with excellent leisure facilities on site, we are a popular choice for both business and leisure visitors.

Holiday Inn Rugby – fulfilling a local need

Rugby is an old market town in an area rich with history. Take time out from your meeting to explore the local area and you will take a walk through time. The Roman road of Watling Street, the mediaeval boundaries of Bury Dyke and the gaily painted barges of the Grand Union Canal are all a short way away, with excellent views towards Rugby from the top of Crack’s Hill.

The canal proved vital to Rugby’s economy during the Industrial Revolution, and continues to play an important role today – though these days it’s the leisure industry that thrives. Crick has a historic canal tunnel and marina which now, as 150 years ago, provides moorings for canal boats – some of which are for sale. It also hosts a highly successful yearly narrowboat show, organised by British Waterways. 2011 marks its 11th year – no doubt, there will be a few meetings beforehand, to ensure it all runs smoothly! We at Holiday Inn Rugby are pleased to be able to offer Crick Marina and other local companies highly competitive rates on our meeting rooms.

Sporting achievements

Rugby is best known for its famous school and the creation of a certain “rough game for gentlemen.” The school was the setting for Thomas Hughes’ famous semi-autobiographical novel, Tom Brown’s Schooldays, a version of which was filmed there in 2004, starring Stephen Fry. Frank Whittle invented the jet engine here in 1937; holography was another Rugby first.

Rugby today is a pleasant Victorian town, much of it designed by renowned Gothic Revival architect William Butterfield. If you develop a thirst, there’s no shortage of watering holes – Rugby has the second-highest number of pubs in England, per square mile! Our light airy bar at Holiday Inn Rugby is one of the more recent additions.

Unusual for today, Rugby has an economy that continues to rely on heavy industry. The biggest employers are Rugby Cement, Rolls Royce and Alstom – a merger of GEC and AEI, famous for their gas and steam turbines. A number of new industrial estates have been built recently, as well as Daventry Rail Freight Terminal, located close to us at Holiday Inn Rugby.

Our business academy at Holiday Inn Rugby is a valuable resource to the local economy. We even have that one thing every good meeting needs – a supply of Starbucks Coffee!

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

Holiday Inn Aylesbury

Holiday Inn Aylesbury

We at Holiday Inn Aylesbury occupy a semi-rural position on the outskirts of this pleasant Buckinghamshire town. Just off the A41, we offer fast access to the M1, M40 and M25 motorways. The three airports of Luton, Gatwick and Heathrow are within easy reach.

With seven fully serviced air-conditioned meeting suites, we are the ideal venue for both local and international meetings, as well as private functions. Our spacious, comfortable bedrooms and range of leisure facilities ensure that your stay with us at Holiday Inn Aylesbury will be a pleasant one, whether you’re here for business or pleasure.

Aylesbury – a Duck’s tail

Aylesbury is an attractive residential town with a large number of small businesses, as well as larger chain stores. It has one of the lowest levels of unemployment in the UK, making it a popular place to live and work. A thriving market town for centuries, there are still markets held here several times a week, with agriculture continuing to play an important role in the local economy. Aylesbury’s best known export has been its famous white ducks, one of which forms the town’s emblem. Sadly, the Aylesbury duck fair is no more, though the breed itself can be found across England – it’s most famous incarnation was as Beatrix Potter’s Jemima Puddleduck.

Aylesbury’s population has doubled since the 1960s, and a number of new developments have been built in recent years, with more to follow – though the conservation area around Queen’s Park and St Mary’s has been protected. Suburban Aylesbury now encroaches on several neighbouring towns and villages, including Stoke Mandeville, Hartwell, Stone, Broughton and Weston Turville. We at Holiday Inn Aylesbury are located at the centre of this group of towns, with easy access to Stoke Mandeville Hospital and other local employers, making our business facilities a valuable resource, not just for Aylesbury but surrounding districts too. In recent years, Aylesbury has become a major focus for growth and investment, with a major new regeneration plan in the canalside area. The new 1,500-seat Waterside theatre opened its doors in October 2010, and an extensive new retail and leisure area is in the pipeline. It is hoped this redevelopment of the town’s old industrial areas will generate 21,500 new jobs.

The cultural side of Aylesbury

Aylesbury has a number of lively pubs, bars and restaurants, as well as an eclectic mix of retail outlets. One of its most stunning modern buildings is the Blue Leanie, an award-winning glittering high-rise tower block housing the headquarters of several major companies.

However, Aylesbury has an older, more cultural side too, with several heritage buildings of note. Its civic buildings include a Victorian County Gaol and Union Workhouse (today a mental hospital.) The town also has a number of fine churches – making our meeting rooms at Holiday Inn Aylesbury a popular choice for weddings. Our spacious suites have room for up to 150 guests, with a superb backdrop – the beautiful Vale of Aylesbury and the Chiltern Hills. We at Holiday Inn Aylesbury are the perfect choice whether you’re planning a team exercise, a product launch or a family get-together.

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

Holiday Inn Coventry

Holiday Inn Coventry

Located just off Junction 2 of the M6, we at Holiday Inn Coventry are the ideal venue for your conference or business meeting. A modern Business Academy hotel, we occupy a prime position close to several important retail and business parks, just 15 minutes from Birmingham International Airport by car.

The Holiday Inn Coventry offers conference facilities for up to 250 delegates in 7 spacious, fully equipped meeting rooms. The cities of Birmingham and Coventry are less than 20 miles from each other and the hub for industry, finance and commerce in the Midlands. The hotel is close to Birmingham NEC, Coventry Ricoh Arena and several other major venues, making it a first-class venue for delegates attending business events. The extensive business centre and break-out area offer places to work, relax, or do some networking, while the guest rooms and leisure facilities offer everything in the way of home comforts. Not surprisingly, it’s a popular venue for weddings and parties, too.

There’s a strong need for business facilities like that at Holiday Inn. Coventry is probably most famous for the legend of Lady Godiva. However, the city was also the birthplace of the British motor industry, which continues to play an important role today, with Jaguar having its corporate and research headquarters here. Only one motor vehicle is still wholly built in Coventry, but it’s an icon of British culture – the London Black Cab, made by LTI.

Today, Coventry has a diverse number of industries. Machine tools, motor spares, agricultural machinery, aerospace parts and telecommunications and electronic equipment are all manufactured here. In common with many industrial cities Coventry has moved towards the service sector in recent years, with finance, research, the arts, leisure and retail all important to the economy. Along with the big conglomerates, Coventry has a large number of thriving small companies, including construction firms. The city is currently in the midst of a multi-million pound redevelopment program, which is transforming it into a major hub for retail, leisure and culture.

Coventry has a lot to be proud of. With a history dating back to the Bronze Age, the skyline is dominated by the three statuesque spires of 14th century spires of St. Michael’s Cathedral, Christ Church and Holy Trinity – the only church to escape the bombing raids of World War ll. The modern St. Michael’s Cathedral, which stands next to the shell of the former, hosts an eclectic program of arts events throughout the year.

The city has a number of museums and art galleries. A visit to the Coventry Transport Museum is a must for anyone with an interest in classic cars. The museum houses the largest collection of British motor vehicles in the world, including the Thrust world speed record-breakers. Other cultural venues include the Lunt Roman Fort, the Midland Air Museum, the Herbert Museum and Art Gallery, and the Police Museum, whose exhibits can be viewed by appointment.
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Coventry is today a vibrant retail, culture and leisure hub, with transport connections across the UK and Europe. With exciting projects like the Phoenix Initiative and Swanswell Project, our Business Academy at Holiday Inn Coventry plays a vital role in the city infrastructure.

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

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