Business Travel in Norwich
trips don’t have to be so dull; if you find the
right location a couple of days out of the office can
be a very pleasant experience indeed. So for a city that’s
equipped with all your business needs, and a lot more
besides, look no further than the historic capital of
In terms of getting there, Norwich is well connected with
its own airport, Norwich International Airport [map],
which is located on the outskirts of the city centre.
The airport has regular flights to and from Malaga, Tenerife
and Lanzarote, while using Manchester and Amsterdam as
its international hub, it also offers business travellers
connections to more than 400 destinations worldwide, such
as New York, Tokyo, Dubai and Morocco.
Norwich also has good road and rail links from
other English cities, with the A47 and A11 trunk roads
connecting the city to the country’s motorway network,
and trains operating direct from London Liverpool Street,
Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool.
Once you arrive in the city, you will find a number of business and conference facilities that should
meet all your needs.
The University of East Anglia [map] has a number of meeting rooms and centres that can
cater for anything from a residential conference lasting a few days to a small one-to-one interview lasting
a couple of hours. Accommodation, restaurants and a special
Conference Organising Service are also available through
Located in the city centre, the Swallow Nelson Hotel
[map] on Prince of Wales Road has a number of air-conditioned
conference suites providing room for up to 100 guests
for seminars, training courses, exhibitions and presentations.
There are also a small number of Syndicate Rooms available, which can cater for up to eight people. In
addition there's also a dedicated Conference Secretary on hand to help ensure your business event runs smoothly.
Another hotel with a great reputation for business and
leisure facilities is the Ramada Jarvis Norwich [map],
which has 10 meeting rooms, the largest of which
can hold 300 delegates.
Both of these hotels offer a great base for any business
trip as they even have their own leisure facilities, including
swimming pool and gym.
After a hard day’s work, you’ll want to relax
and unwind, so why not head to one of the many exquisite
eateries around the city centre, such as Delia’s
Brasserie [map] at Norwich City Football Club or By Appointment [map] on St George’s Street.
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