Haymarket to launch luxury travel show

Haymarket Exhibitions has announced the launch of a luxury travel show to take place at the Royal Albert Hall on 16-17 May. Entitled Premium Travel 2005, the show aims to showcase ‘the world’s most exclusive travel brands to the premium leisure and corporate markets’. Organisers expect the event to attract more than 70 exhibitors and 1,500 visitors, with 300 being fully hosted buyers. Companies already signed up as participants include Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Ritz Carlton, Orient-Express Hotels, Trains and Cruises, Small Luxury Hotels of the World, The Dorchester Group and Jumeirah International. "The interest in the show has exceeded all expectations. It is a real coup to get Four Seasons in, it tends not to exhibit," said Haymarket Exhibitions business to business director Dominique Loral. "The Albert Hall provides a luxurious and different trading environment." The international buyer programme will include 20-minute appointments throughout the day with time allowed for general networking. To register log on to www.premium travel2005.com.

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