Philip Newman-Hall, former managing director of Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons, received a standing ovation this evening for winning the Outstanding Contribution award at the Hotel Cateys 2015.
Catering & Hospitality News
London is the most expensive capital in Europe in which to book a hotel room, according to average rates recorded during the third quarter of the year by online travel agent HRS.
Some of the UK’s leading hoteliers disagreed over the impact of the introduction of the National Living Wage on the hospitality industry, during a discussion panel at yesterday’s HOSPACE conference.
Hospitality Action’s annual Christmas online auction has now gone live, with prizes including stays at the top hotels and dinners at some of the UK’s best restaurants.
Proposals for a boutique hotel as part of a wider £1b plan to develop Whiteleys shopping centre in Bayswater have been submitted to Westminster City Council.
The Chancellor George Osborne has set out his plans for apprenticeships, business rates, and school meals in his latest Autumn Statement.
Two adjoining InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) properties are to be developed, with a direct connection to London Heathrow Terminal 4.
Part of Ealing Council’s Grade II-listed Town Hall building could be transformed into a boutique hotel as the local authority seeks proposals for new uses.
The Grade I-listed Acklam Hall in Middlesbrough will open in February 2016 following a multi-million pound renovation spanning more than 18 months.
Malmaison Leeds has revealed a £500,000 refurbishment, which forms part of a wider multi-million pound investment in the Yorkshire region by Malmaison and Hotel du Vin.
Bespoke Hotels has made its first foray into the north east of England by taking over the management of the three-AA-star, 29-bedroom George hotel in Piercebridge, County Durham.