Situated in west Yorkshire, conveniently close to motorways and airports and with an excellent rail system, you will find the vibrant city of Leeds with exceptional Leeds conference venues.
So why choose Leeds for your next conference?
Variety of conference venues
Leeds has a huge range of venues for meetings and events so you are guaranteed to find the perfect venue to fit your brand, business or product. Whatever style you like, whether it is more funky and unique, an academic venue or a purpose built that provides unrivalled facilities and is designed to meet the needs of the most demanding conference organisers, you will find all of these in this vibrant city. Choose from the stunning Royal Armouries Museum which offers a river taxi shuttle to the station, New Craven Hall which offers an urban luxe events space, The Rose Bowl, The Tetley, Northern Ballet, to mention but a few Leeds conference venues.
Direct trains from London take 2 hours, with services running every half an hour.
Travelling by car to Leeds couldn’t be simpler, located at the crossroads of the M62 and M1 with the A1/M1 link, it’s easy to reach at speed from any direction.
Leeds and West Yorkshire is located at the cross roads of the M62 and the M1, with the A1/M1 link making it easy to reach from all directions. The M62 runs East to West through West Yorkshire, with the M621 leading from it into the centre of Leeds and the M606 into Bradford.
Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) is situated at the heart of the Leeds City Region, approximately eight miles from Leeds city centre and seven miles from Bradford and is one of the fastest growing regional airports in the UK.
There is no shortage of hotels in Leeds, ranging from basic up to 5*, and also incorporating some lovely boutique hotels. Most hotels also offer excellent conference facilities, or you could choose one of the more unusual and unique venues for the conference part and just book accommodation. Leeds University and Leeds Metropolitan University also offer budget accommodation in the summer holidays, along with use of their meeting and conference facilities.
Of course you don’t want all work and no play, and Leeds is the perfect city for entertainment – First Direct Arena is great for live concerts with 2021 already packed with dates for the likes of The Who, Genesis, Andre Rieu, Diana Ross, Little Mix, Unibet Premier League Darts and many more. Along with cricket at Headingley, Bryan Adams, Olly Murs and Michael Buble on different dates at Harewood House, moving performances at Northern Ballet, the North Leeds Food Festival, AJ Bell World Triathlon, Leeds International Beer Festival and many museums and art galleries, you will not be stuck for things to do in your spare time in Leeds.
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