Serviced apartments are set to make better use of technology and offer smaller units, according to a new report from hotel consultancy firm HVS London.
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American private equity group Lone Star is to create a new company that will unite a total of 89 hotels which it has recently acquired and is in the process of acquiring.
Peyton and Byrne has extended its contract to cater at the National Gallery in London for a further eight years in a deal worth an estimated £36m.
Revolution Bars Group – the operator of more than 50 outlets – has announced a 3% increase in like-for-like sales during the year to 30 June 2015.
Sackville’s, a new bar and grill focusing on black truffle, prime cuts of beef and gourmet burgers, is to open on Sackville Street in Mayfair, London on 16 July.
Amazing Venues, the portfolio of six wedding and event properties owned by the multi-millionaire founder of the Dreams bedroom stores, is to be refocused as a hotel business.
A third runway at Heathrow Airport will see demand for hotel rooms increase by 42%, equating to an additional 3,500 beds, according to estate agent Savills.
St Michaels hotel & spa in Falmouth, which has planning permission to be transformed into a 92-bedroom hotel with 73 apartments, has been put up for sale with offers being sought in excess of £20m.
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