Hospitable cities: Part 2

Since serving as Europe’s Capital of Culture in 2008, Liverpool’s hospitality businesses are nearly as big a draw for visitors as the city’s iconic skyline

Hospitable Cities: Spotlight on Liverpool

By Peter Ruddick

For years Liverpool was viewed from afar as the second-best city in the North West never mind being a destination in its own right, but in the last few years it has risen like a Liver bird from the flames due in part to its burgeoning hospitality scene.

Leeds' hospitality market has been buoyed by the arrival of shopping centre Trinity Leeds, but it still has a strong independent spirit, say those who live and work there

Hospitable Cities: Spotlight on Leeds

By Emma Eversham

While it doesn’t have the same historical and cultural pull of yesterday’s hospitable city Edinburgh, the North Eastern city of Leeds is nevertheless fast becoming a hospitality hotspot with a growing eating-out market.

Hospitable city: Edinburgh now boasts five Michelin-starred restaurants, along with a diverse hospitality offering

Hospitable cities: Spotlight on Edinburgh

By Luke Nicholls

What better time to write about the Scottish capital than when the world’s biggest arts festival is in full swing? The Edinburgh Fringe brings in thousands of performers and tourists and its cosmopolitan and bohemian nature encapsulates the city’s year-round...

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