As someone who has travelled quite a lot for business purposes, I believe that I am qualified to say that although many cities may seem to be the same at first glance, there are many differences which soon become apparent. I have attended many conference meeting venues Yorkshire and visited a lot of conference meeting facilities Yorkshire and I have to say that having such lovely surroundings makes the experience a lot pleasanter.
One of the best cities in Yorkshire has to be Leeds and there is so much going for this city that it makes a lot of sense to utilise a conference venue Yorkshire can be proud of. The following facilities make for good conference rooms for a number of different events, from corporate conferences, to business seminars, to networking lunches, to charity dinners:
Yorkshire can offer more unique venues including the National Media Museum in Bradford, the Galpharm Stadium in Huddersfield, Eureka! in Halifax and the Yorkshire Sculpture Park in Wakefield. This is in addition to excellent Leeds facilities including the Royal Armouries, Leeds Town Hall, and the University of Leeds. Leeds is constantly developing and striving to better itself. In the last ten years, 3.2 billion has been spent on commercial property and there are currently projects in the pipeline worth over 7 billion, including the planned 13,500 seated Leeds Arena.
Today, the city possesses a variety of attractions that cater for all types of interests. The Royal Armouries Museum is a big pull for those interested in the history of the UK and it”s medieval past. The museum frequently stages re-enactments and performances of significant battles and events from centuries ago. There is a dazzling choice of nightlife and restaurants, a buzzy atmosphere sparked by a plethora of street cafes, easy access to the Yorkshire Dales, plus a full range of nearby historic house venues and country house hotels are further plus points. Leeds is reached easily via the M1, by GNER from London, and through Leeds/Bradford airport.
Aside from shopping, Leeds was also awarded the title of “The UK”s most important legal centre outside London” by UK Legal 500. Finally, and probably the most relevant, the city has been awarded by The Good Britain Guide the “Visitor city of the year.” All of this just means that it would be a good idea for you to choose from the selection of conference meeting venues Yorkshire has to offer when you need to book a venue for a meeting or conference. Apart from the actual venue, just think how relaxing it would be for your guests to be greeted by the sight of the beautiful and historical Yorkshire countryside.