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Ten Trinity Square, a listed building which overlooks the Tower of London, is to be turned into a luxury hotel by US developer Thomas Enterprises. ... More
The Eden Project in Cornwall has been named the healthiest UK attraction in which to eat and drink in a survey of 14 sites carried ... More
Blackpool Pleasure Beach has topped a survey of Britain’s most popular free visitor destinations with six million visitors in 2005 according to VisitBritain’s latest Visits ... More
Blackpool Pleasure Beach has topped a survey of Britain’s most popular free visitor destinations with six million visitors in 2005 according to VisitBritain’s latest Visits ... More
City Inn, the private hotel developer and operator backed by Bank of Scotland, is reportedly set to initiate a £330m expansion programme over the next ... More
Ten former mining sites in Devon and Cornwall have been given World Heritage status by UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, following ... More
Miha Bodytec GmbH
Miha Bodytec GmbH
Multitrax Group has announced plans to expand into the health club market, with the launch of two London clubs planned for January 2007. The £15m ... More
A touring visitor attraction made entirely out of ice imported from Canada will open to the public in London next month. The 300ft (91m) long ... More
The number of visitors to London attractions last year dropped by 5.9 per cent compared with 2004. Large attractions, especially those located in central London, ... More
Michael Day, chief executive of Historic Royal Palaces (HRP), has called for UK tourism authorities and the government to be honest about the impact the ... More
The latest addition to London’s high end hotels, the Apex City of London, has opened close to the Tower of London on Seething Lane. The ... More
May 2006 will see the reopening of Kew Palace for the first time in a decade following £6.6m of extensive restoration work to its interiors. ... More
MyZone Group Ltd
MyZone Group Ltd
May 2006 will see the reopening of Kew Palace in London, UK, for the first time in a decade following £6.6m of extensive restoration work ... More
Stonehenge and the London Eye are among six attractions which could feature on the back of UK coinage. Images of the attractions – which also include ... More
Around five million American TV viewers were offered a unique insight into Royal households last week in an effort to increase Britain’s allure as a ... More
According to a survey of 2,244 attractions published by tourism body VisitBritain, the BA London Eye is still the most popular paid attraction in Britain. ... More
Britain’s first leisure tour from China – which has been enabled by the new Approved Destination Status (ADS) visas – kicked off on 25 July ... More
This winter, the dry moat beneath the Tower of London will be transformed into a 1,000sq m (10,750sq ft) real-ice rink for the first time. ... More
TVS Sport Surfaces
TVS Sport Surfaces
Visit London has launched a new £500,000 campaign to encourage Londoners to explore the capital, thanks to funding from the London Development Agency (LDA). As ... More
Digby Trout Restaurants, catering operator at heritage and leisure attractions, has secured a catering contract covering three royal venues which jointly attract around three million ... More
The Queen’s Birthday Honours List has recognised a number of leisure industry professionals. The honour of Knights Bachelor went to former England footballer, Trevor Brooking, ... More
Hilton International announced that it had signed a deal with London Bridge Holdings and More London Development, which will increase the number of its hotels ... More
The very hot weather of last summer along with the effects of both SARS and the war in Iraq on foreign travel have been blamed ... More
The Evening Standard has teamed up with top London attractions to offer free passes for kids during half term. Vouchers have been printed in the ... More
According to an ICM poll commissioned by the Mayor of London’s Visit London promotion, two-thirds of Londoners don’t know whether Big Ben is a clock ... More
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Les Mills
Les Mills