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Leaders will hold talks, workshops, and programs while also learning about the region and culture of Latin America at the BestCities Global Forum to be held in Bogota.
EDINBURGH, Scotland – Hilton Edinburgh Airport has appointed hospitality professional Stuart Cran as its new General Manager.
Plans to introduce a controversial tourist tax in Edinburgh have finally been put to bed, after the local council admitted it wasn't a viable option.
The Scottish capital's council said it could raise up to £10m a year by charging between £1 and £2 per hotel room each night.
PHUKET, Thailand - HotelTravel.com spotlights three of the world's top cultural events, all kicking off this August in Edinburgh, as the Scottish capital has evolved into one of the coolest cities for
Foreign tourists love Scotland so much that three of Scots cities have been ranked among the top five UK destinations.
A major new marketing drive is to target a 40 per cent rise in the number of big-spending cruise liner passengers coming to the Capital.
The United Kingdom’s the Competition Commission (CC) yesterday announced that it is ready to consider responses to its provisional decision forcing the British Airports Authority (BAA) to sell both
New plans to create a drop-in center for the homeless in the heart of the city centre are set to get the go-ahead – to the fury of hotel and tour bosses.
If you have ever wondered when the Regimental Ratatouille is or what time the One O'Clock Gun goes off then rest assured you're not alone.
City leader Jenny Dawe has thrown her support behind controversial plans to introduce a bed tax for visitors to Edinburgh. In a move which puts the idea back on the agenda, the Lib Dem leader said the extra money would be "very useful" for the city.
A typical tourist to Edinburgh stays for two days, visits the Castle, avoids the Scottish Parliament and thinks the city is too expensive. But visitors who took part in a survey gave an average eight out of ten for service at the city's attractions, restaurants, cafes, shops and pubs.