Business Travel in Leeds
|| Whether you’re
planning to travel to Leeds on a business trip independently
or with a conference, you’re sure to find a warm
welcome wherever you go.
With a large financial and commercial district, including
the top five accountancy firms, not to mention a large
law district, Leeds offers a wealth of opportunity to
the business traveller.
If you’re travelling in by air you’ll be impressed
by the new executive lounge at Leeds Bradford International
located on the A6120 ring road. The lounge has powerpoints
and modem connections for laptops as well as fax machines
and club class staff on hand to attend to your every need.
No need to feel alone in this city – Leeds has a
wealth of welcoming hotels, bars and restaurants awaiting
The Merrion Hotel [map] at Wade Lane is perfectly located on the edge of Leeds’
financial and commercial district. It’s comfortable
rooms provide an ideal escape from city life.
If you want to combine your visit with some time out,
check into the Hollins Hall Hotel [map] in Baildon, which has a golf course and fully equipped
When it comes to business lunches, Pool Court [map] is top of the list and handily located next to 42 The
Calls Hotel [map],
which is in the heart of the business district. Places
such as Mojo [map],
on Merrion Street, and Arts Cafe Bar and Restaurant [map],
on the trendy Call Lane, are great places to chill out
and if you’re drinking or dining alone you won’t
feel out of place in the friendly, relaxed and ambient
atmosphere of both bars.
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