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All Posts in March 2012

Sustainable business travel in London

Written by on 29th March 2012
Category: Serviced apartment news

It’s not long now until the start of the London Olympics, which have spurred huge investment in east London. All this construction has taken place with the future in mind and the organising committee claims this is the greenest ever Olympic Games.

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Leisure or business travellers? Why their needs can be difficult to reconcile

Written by on 23rd March 2012
Category: Business travel and relocation

Serviced apartments seem like a relatively new concept, and in many ways they are, but the idea of self-catering accommodation has long been familiar in the leisure travel industry, and serviced apartments have substantial crossover appeal for business and leisure travellers.

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Our trip to Manchester by Claire Stephens

Written by on 21st March 2012
Category: SilverDoor news

Manchester is one of the UK’s largest cities and one of our most requested destinations, so in February a group of 10 from the Sales Team decided to take a trip up north to look at some of the apartments we have to offer and get to know the city.

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Questions with a BA flight attendant

Written by on 14th March 2012
Category: Business travel and relocation

What is the most interesting city you have flown to so far? I would say Nairobi in Kenya. It’s such a welcoming country and the atmosphere really lifts your spirit, especially after an eight and a half hour flight. The weather is amazing and you get to see loads of wild animals.

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Why operators should aim for longer corporate stays

Written by on 12th March 2012
Category: Serviced apartment news

Ever heard the saying “any business is good business”? I’m sure you have – and you probably hear it more frequently than ever at the moment thanks to the economic downturn, despite the fact that the industry has been growing strongly.

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