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ITCM Visits

Corinthia Hotel Budapest’s 'Food for Thought' and 'Sleep Performance'

Corinthia Hotel Budapest exterior

Michelle Chenery reports on a restful yet invigorating short trip to Hungary’s capital

Our group trip to Budapest was multi-faceted. Hungary’s capital city is a destination that is always very rewarding and the Corinthia Hotel Budapest, our base, was a visitor attraction in itself. And then, as valuable extras, we were treated to expert presentations on diets for delegates and ways to improve sleep.

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The sights, sounds and scents of Provence

Terre Blanche Hotel & Golf Spa

Michelle Chenery reports on an inspection of Terre Blanche Hotel & Golf Spa

Any organisers choosing Terre Blanche Hotel Spa Golf Resort for an event will be providing their delegates or award winners with all the best sights, tastes and scents of the French Riviera.
Located 45 minutes from Nice Cote d'Azur International airport, even closer to Cannes and within easy reach of St Tropez, Aix-en-Provence and Marseilles, this is a 300-hectare (750-acre) property that encompasses an infinity pool, two 18-hole golf courses and a private helipad.


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Brighton Dome Wi-Fi can serve 10,000 users

Brighton Dome exterior

5-in-one venue suits every event, reports Briony Key

Brighton Dome is an iconic complex of venues that deserves to be on the shortlist for a very wide variety of events. Its remarkable architecture, its cultural history and its continuous updating mean that, like me, everyone should re-visit the Dome.
The Grade I listed building, which over a 200-year history has been a stable block, a hospital and a roller-skating rink, is now a versatile multi-arts venue.


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A fantasy trip in Ireland

Lumiere figure overlooking Derry

Michelle Chenery reports on a legen-Derry visit arranged by ISES and Tourism Ireland

In 1613 Derry was officially named Londonderry. Four hundred years later, in 2013, it became a European City of Culture – but the disputes over what to call it were still going strong.
However, after a recent visit with a group of ISES members, I choose to call it Legen-Derry!


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Add mystery and magic to group events

Langley Castle exterior

Roger St. Pierre reports from a 14thC castle in Northumberland

How much more magical could you want your next meeting venue to be? Set close to a fast road 30 miles west of the bustling metropolis of Newcastle upon Tyne, yet turning the clock back to the mystical days of knights of old, Langley Castle has been transformed into a wonderfully welcoming country-house-style hotel that was voted ‘Britain’s Best Small Hotel’ in 2007 and again in 2011.

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