The hotel company running luxury Down Hall country house hotel in Hatfield Heath in Essex faces a trial in the autumn over the deaths of two of its guests in its swimming pool in 2013.
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Former Hotelier of the Year Gordon Campbell Gray (pictured) is to spear head the development of a global portfolio of hotels after entering a new business agreement with Jordanian-based trading company, Audeh Group.
Whitbread’s chief executive Andy Harrison is to retire following five years in the role, during which time the company has risen in value from £2.5b to £9.7b.
Michelin-starred chefs including Martin Burge, Richard Davies and Josh Eggleton are to take part in Hospitality Action’s annual polo day this September.
Eighty hospitality professionals have boosted the funds of Springboard – the hospitality industry charity – by leaping off the ArcelorMittal Orbit in London’s Queen Elizabeth Park.
Snacking outside the home is on the rise, and more people are eating out at weekends, especially in pubs and bars, according to foodservice consultancy Horizons.
MasterChef: The Professionals winner Steven Edwards has left the Camellia restaurant at South Lodge hotel to concentrate on his own venture, Etch, based in Brighton.
The Back to the Floor dinner – in which industry leaders rolled up their sleeves and tested their service skills – raised £53,000 for those in need in the hospitality sector.
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