3Sixty Restaurants, the company that owns the Ego and Rocket restaurant brands, has enjoyed a 15.8% increase in sales in 2015/2016.
Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) has restructured the company to allow for a £12m investment into the luxury brand over the next five years.
Group revpar fell by 2.6% in the first quarter of 2016 at Millennium & Copthorne Hotels compared to the same period last year, according to its first quarter results for 2016.
Former Roux scholar Adam Smith is to join Coworth Park, the Dorchester Collection’s country house hotel near Ascot, Berkshire, as executive chef in the summer.
Hotels in Manchester outperformed their counterparts across the rest of the UK in March with regards profit per roo, according to the HotStats UK Chain Hotels Market Review.
Centerplate has secured a deal to cater for the attractions on the newly rebuilt Hastings Pier, after the original pier was destroyed by a fire in 2010.
Michelin-starred chef-restaurateur Jason Atherton and his wife Irha will launch their first restaurant in the Philippines with the Pig & Palm later this year.
The Bay Fish & Chips in Stonehaven is joining forces with Edinburgh restaurant Ondine to host a charity lunch, with all proceeds going to The Fisherman’s Mission.
A 58-bedroom hotel and seven restaurants will form part of the £75m Elwick Place development in Kent, after Stanhope PLC was granted planning permission last year.
Pub operator JD Wetherspoon saw its like-for-like and total sales increase for the 13 weeks to 24 April 2016, but its operating profit was weaker year-on-year.
PPHE Hotel Group, which owns the Park Plaza and Artotel brands, has reported its total revenue for the first quarter of 2016 remained flat at £44.7m compared with £45.2m last year.
Leicester is set to benefit from a major boost in tourism after being thrown into the global spotlight following the city’s football team’s fairytale win in the Premier League, according to VisitBritain.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, which is on the verge of being acquired by Marriott International, has said its financial results for the first quarter of 2016 exceeded expectations, despite a net income decrease of 9.1%.
Hospitality giant Whitbread, which owns the Premier Inn and Costa brands, has bought a 49% stake in a London grab and go business called Healthy Retail, trading as Pure.
Restaurant sector turnover has grown 18% to £20.9b in two years with investment in new equipment up 25% over the same period, according to the latest data.
Restaurant operators should prepare for disruption from the new breed of delivery firms and “the rise of the machines”, investors have warned.
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