Catering & Hospitality News
Hotel Café Royal and the Set hotel collection have announced a number of new appointments to their senior sales team to strengthen the group’s position as “a leader in the luxury hospitality market”.
Put 1,200 of hospitality’s biggest names in the Great Room of Grosvenor House and challenge a Michelin-starred chef to serve them – it must be the Cateys. But there was strength in numbers when it came to Simon Rogan’s approach
Dulce Marques has been appointed as general manager of the Lace Market hotel in Nottingham and has said she wants the hotel to once more be the “go-to place to stay” in Nottingham.
The 21-bedroom Poets House in Ely, Cambridgeshire, one half of the House Collection which went into administration in July 2015, has been sold to the owner of Llangoed Hall for an undisclosed sum.
The 319-room Hyatt Regency hotel in Birmingham has been told to make ‘urgent improvements’ by food safety officers after receiving a score of zero under the Food Hygiene Rating scheme.
AccorHotels is seeking a “substantial” injection of cash from third-party investors to enable it to fuel the expansion of what has always been regarded as a French business into a global hospitality company.
Lisa Osman is the co-owner of All Hallows Farmhouse in Dorset and a specialist in Aga cookery, slow food and making foodies feel welcome at her cookery school. She talks about the path that took her to where she is
Staycity Aparthotels has announced its intention to continue to expand across Europe, despite uncertainty in the property market in the wake of the EU Referendum result.
The Advocate Arms hotel in Market Rasen, Lincolnshire has received an apology from West Lindsey District Council after the two-AA-rosette restaurant was mistakenly left with a two-star hygiene rating.
Littleover Lodge Hotel in Derby has emerged unscathed from a social media maelstrom whipped up by ex-head chef Andrew Lambert, who bragged about feeding animal products to vegans, its owner has asserted.
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