Catering & Hospitality News
Due to open in 2018, the hotels will be near the main entrances to Terminals 1, 2 and 3 at Heathrow Airport, which serves around 75 million passengers annually.
Donald Macdonald of Macdonald Hotels & Resorts is stepping back from the day-to-day operations of the company he founded 25 years ago.
Aloft Hotels – the contemporary design-led brand from Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide – is to launch a 150-bedroom property in Brighton next year.
Plans for the Vineyard Group to develop and manage a new boutique hotel in Bath have been put on hold after the owner decided to put the 31-bedroom property on the market.
Eight of the industry’s brightest young front-of-house stars have a week to know their fate after battling it out yesterday in the final of the Gold Service Scholarship 2016.
There is concern that around 7,000 hotel bedrooms are due to open this year in London, following on from a decline in occupancy for four consecutive quarters.
Struggling hoteliers who would welcome the no-nonsense advice of Alex Polizzi are invited to apply to take part in the 12th series of The Hotel Inspector.
The Rothay Manor hotel and restaurant in the Lake District has been acquired for £2.4m by Jamie and Jenna Shail of European chalet business Après Ski.
French-born Swiss “world’s best chef” Benoît Violier, who died last week aged 44, was suffering from financial trouble due to a £1m wine scam, it has been reported today.
Chris and Jeff Galvin, owners of Galvin Restaurants, are to take over the running of food and beverage operation of the five-red-AA-star, 156-bedroom Athenaeum hotel and residences in London.
The relaunch of the 710-bedroom Renaissance London Heathrow following a £20m refurbishment has been marked by a visit from the Duke of York.
Junior managers, senior supervisors and heads of department working in the hotel industry are being encouraged to apply for the Master Innholders Aspiring Leaders Diploma (MIALD) 2016.
The British Hospitality Association (BHA) has condemned the theft of an £8,000 Banksy art print from a rented Airbnb flat as further evidence of the group’s lack of data transparency and regulation of users.
The UK led the way for hotel investment in Europe last year with £7.1b of acquisitions, an increase of 134% year-on-year, according to CBRE Hotels
Tony Fleming is leaving South Place, the D&D London hotel in the City of London that he joined prior to its opening nearly four years ago as executive chef.