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Scandic, hotel, Nordic, Scandinavia, accessibility, blind lunch, world record, Guinness, biggest, disability, stay, room, Stockholm

Scandic holds “world’s biggest blind lunch”

Event brings 230 people to have lunch wearing masks
MCI Nordics, Gothenburg, congress, IBTM, deal, 2019, MICE, meetings, Associations World Congress

Gothenburg hooks big event for 2019

Sweden’s second city competes with European capitals
Britannia Hotels, hotel, chains, UK, best, worst, Which?, list, Premier Inn, Travelodge, survey, poll

Hotels to avoid when in Britain

One chain is named 'worst' for fifth year running
Zaplox,, mobile, key, door, room, technology, keycard, phone, cabinn, Copenhagen, Sweden, Nordic

Nordic tech powers mobile key trial works with Swedish tech company on Danish rooms
Tallinn, Estonia, MICE, meeting, conference, JCI, 2019, congress, delegates, rooms

Tallinn, with 7,300 rooms, to host 5,000 delegates

JCI World Congress to be Estonia’s biggest ever conference
Finn Juhl, Hotel, travel, tourism, winter, design, Danish, Japan, Hakuba, ski, Olympics, mountains, Alps, lodge, villa

Danish design hotel in Japan celebrates

Finn Juhl Hotel in the ‘Japanese Alps’ opened in a former lodge
Amberlair, Puglia, Italy, crowdfunding, funding, public, renovation, villa, boutique hotel

World’s first crowdfunded boutique hotel

Crowdfunding scheme for Italian resort launches
Movenpick, hotel, egypt, development, construction, north, coast, resort, Mediterranean, Borg El Arab, airport, business, travel, El Ein Bay, El Sokhna

Hotel chain backs new Egypt hotspot

Family-friendly resort will also see many business travellers
Forenom, Airbnb, deal, rooms, homes, databse, share, site, business travel, Nordic, Scandinavia, Oslo, Helsinki, Stckholm, Copenhagen, stay

Nordic room provider links with Airbnb

Business travellers in Nordics now “given more choice”
Avuxi, Amadeus, GDS, travel, technology, shopping, food, city, neighbourhood, local, invest, start-up

Start-up to rank every destination’s hotspots

People pay more to stay in interesting neighbourhoods, investor says