November 29, 2021
 

Staff Writer

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Canterbury

The ancient cathedral city is the headquarters of the Church of England. Originally built by the Romans, it became a pilgrimage site in the Middle Ages and still maintains much of its medieval architecture. Today the vibrant city is home to two universities and its main industries are tourism, education and retail.

The Grosvenor Arms, Shaftesbury, Dorset

The Grosvenor Arms is a delightful historic hotel in a lovely market town setting. It exudes a homely atmosphere with rustic but stylish decor and its facilities belie its small size.

Leman Locke, London

The apartment was surprisingly spacious and I liked the understated style. With the onsite facilities, the Locke brand seems to have mastered the aparthotel model.

Bath

Bath is a unique destination brimming with history and designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. The area has strong software, publishing and service-oriented industries, and is home to some big names within these sectors.

Belfast

Belfast is being hailed as the up-and-coming destination for savvy event professionals in search of a hidden gem. This vibrant and compact city is a world leader in cyber-security, agri-food, financial technology and creative industries.

Brighton

Brighton is known for its strengths in the digital, cultural and creative industries, as well as health, environmental and life sciences. The trendy seaside city is recognised as a dynamic conference setting with a vibrant atmosphere, writes Benjamin Coren.

Aberdeen

Aberdeen's economic welfare is inextricably linked to the UK's oil and gas industry. Despite the industry taking a hit in recent years, meetings and events in the Granite City remain popular, writes Benjamin Coren.

Bristol

Lively and dynamic Bristol is truly a 21st century city, combining art and culture with a rich maritime heritage and retail culture. It is also home to a rich array of venues, writes Benjamin Coren.