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The 168-room Balmoral Edinburgh, a Rocco Forte Hotel, is fit for royalty—or some very lucky meeting attendees visiting Scotland.
The new Radisson Red hotel in Glasgow, Scotland, has partnered with comic artist Frank Quitely to find its millennial grove.
Dundas Castle is one of Scotland’s most beautiful and historic castles, and one of the top five-star exclusive-use venues in Great Britain.
Scotland’s centuries-old Highland Games offers interesting opportunities for noshing on traditional Scottish cuisine.
Scotland aims to pump out $8 billion in state-of-the-art technologies, enhanced hotels, venues, group activities, events and incentives throughout 2015.
While previous generations collected labels and badges, Gen Y collects experiences.
The new advisory group is helping Visit Scotland Business Tourism position itself for the future.
“It’s even more optimistic than that, it’s almost like America is running back to Europe,” says Chris Lynn, vp sales/marketing for North America at London & Partners.
Forget the castles & kilts. Glaswegians are forging a wholly modern Scotland based on its legacy of innovation.
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The Caledonian, A Waldorf Astoria Resort opened in September in Edinburgh following a lengthy renovation of the ex-Hilton Caledonian. This is the largest grand...
You’re on a golf course in Killarney. Or Anguilla or San Antonio. You’re soaking in a warm scented jacuzzi in St. Moritz or Hilton Head. You’re taking Shaolin kung fu lessons in Hong Kong...
Golf resorts around the world are showing confidence in the market by investing millions of dollars in upgrades, while others have maintained the highest levels of service during the past 18 tumultuous months. With RFPs on the rise heading into summer, there’s a new optimism among suppliers sitting on top of some truly exceptional product, at prices that will be scarce in 2011. So we as planners, while cognizant of the challenges dictated by public perception, need to promote golf networking as the savvy business forum it’s always been, with measurable ROI and the proven ability to generate attendance. Now.