Catering & Hospitality News
The boss of a Blackpool hotel has been disqualified for seven years for employing illegal workers, following an investigation by the Home Office and the Insolvency Service.
The number of properties available for rent via Airbnb in Berlin has shrunk following the introduction of new regulations which have made it illegal to rent out entire apartments.
The three-AA-star, 18-bedroom Cloud hotel in Brockenhurst, Hampshire, owned by a one-time professional dancer with the Tiller Girls, has gone up for sale.
Hotel performance in London hotels during April was relatively flat compared with the same month in 2015, according to preliminary data from hotel data company STR.
The possibility of a UK exit from the European Union is having a negative impact on the UK hotel investment market, with transactions down 58% year-on-year during the first quarter of 2016.
The four-red-AA-star, 10-bedroom Ynyshir Hall hotel in Powys, mid-Wales, has been acquired by John and Jenny Talbot following the death of its founder Joan Reen in February.
Jumeirah Group, the luxury hotel group and member of Dubai Holding, has appointed Paul Skinner as director of operations at the 216-bedroom Jumeirah Carlton Tower hotel.
Three-Michelin-starred French chef Anne-Sophie Pic is to open a restaurant at the new Four Seasons hotel in the City of London.
The general manager of the 156-bedroom Galle Face Hotel in Colombo, Sri Lanka, tells Janet Harmer how working for royalty has taught him how to anticipate guests’ needs
Thirty-six of the UK’s most venerated culinary institutions were represented at a Relais & Châteaux event designed to get industry leaders talking about the future of hospitality. Amanda Afiya reports
The British Hospitality Association (BHA) has said it has high expectations of Sadiq Khan, the new London Mayor, who will be in charge of the capital for the next four years.