Great Britain, uniquely positioned to deliver that special experience which money alone cannot buy – provides an ultimate reward for excellence, a well-equipped location for an international meeting or leisure group. It’s superbly connected, with the largest international airline hub at London Heathrow and home to many world class conference destinations. Nowhere else has such a fantastic combination of the old and the new, purpose built or unusual venues.
Spectra provides Destination Management Services throughout Great Britain, with offices in London England and in Edinburgh Scotland. Our experience and longevity (in business for over 60 years), coupled with financial stability and an outstanding global reputation make us the UK’s top DMC.
We’re innovative and creative, with a team of solution providers that engages at all levels and is set up with the tools and technology to do business in the 21st century. Our in-depth knowledge of the wealth of venues available throughout the UK means that we do not sell “off-the-shelf” products and consider ourselves 100% capable of providing creative services in all areas.
Spectra’s attention to detail means that nothing is left to chance – exemplary planning ensures a flawless delivery every time.
We’re proud of our history, but ready for the future!
With its stunning landscapes, multicultural society and a history spanning centuries, nowhere else is quite like England.
From the north to the south of the country, every corner has a story to tell. Take in ancient battle fields once graced by King Alfred the Great or the 73 mile Hadrian’s wall, built by the Romans in AD 122-30. Admire the stunning scenery of the Lake District and the Pennines in the north or visit the famous White Cliffs of Dover and the rolling Sussex Downs in the south. With a wealth of beautiful backdrops, England is a country you will never get bored of exploring.
Whatever your tastes, there is a diverse mixture of cuisines. Traditional delights – scones served with jam and clotted cream in a country tea shop; a fish and chip supper at one of England’s many coastal resorts – have been joined by the offerings of world famous Michelin star chefs such as Heston Blumental and Gordon Ramsay. Of course, no trip to England would be complete without a pint of English ale in a traditional public house (or ‘pub’)