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Tried and Tested: Edinburgh & Glasgow

Written by on 17th November 2017
Category: City guides

Scotland is a country definitely worth visiting. All the wonders of the UK can be found here including great architecture, world famous landmarks and breathtaking landscapes. After a good pub? Scotland has more than its fair share. The same goes for quality accommodation. We paid a visit to two of Scotland’s greatest cities, Edinburgh and […]

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The Aberdeen Renaissance: Why Change Is On The Way For Scotland’s Granite City

Written by on 24th October 2017
Category: City guides

If you thought Aberdeen had lost its place as a leading UK city, think again. Change is on the way. As a longstanding oil and gas centre, the Scottish city has lots of developments in the pipeline. We give you the Aberdeen Renaissance: Transport Transformation of Aberdeen’s roads is currently underway in the form of […]

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Top Team-Building Activities and Corporate Events in Edinburgh

Written by on 27th September 2017
Category: City guides

“Edinburgh isn’t so much a city, more a way of life… I doubt I’ll ever tire of exploring Edinburgh, on foot or in print.” Author Ian Rankin’s famous words offer telling insight about a city which well and truly dazzles its visitors and residents. Scotland’s iconic capital is as beautiful as it is lively: a […]

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Tried and Tested: Amsterdam

Written by on 31st August 2017
Category: City guides

We love Amsterdam, so much so that we recently visited the Dutch capital on a business trip. Back in April, we wrote about some of the free things to do there, and also gave you some interesting facts about the city. This time around, our focus is on how to experience Amsterdam as a business […]

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Inside Scoop: Amy Curtis, Rotana

Written by on 22nd August 2017
Category: City guides, Travel

This July saw a visit to our London office from Rotana: a leading property partner with an international presence in Africa, Turkey and the Middle East. In a discussion with the SilverDoor Apartments team, Amy Curtis, Key Account Manager for Rotana, had plenty to say about the provider’s future plans and growth as a business. […]

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The Evolution Of The Dubai Skyline

Written by on 17th August 2017
Category: City guides

In the last 50 years or so, Dubai has undergone a rapid transformation, from a little known port in the desert, to one of the most developed cities in the world, with a total of 911 high rise buildings, 88 of which are taller than 180 metres, including the world’s tallest, the Burj Khalifa. It’s […]

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