Catering & Hospitality News
Porlock Vale House, a former hotel and Olympic equestrian training ground in Porlock Weir, Somerset, has been bought for £1.95m by wealth management specialist Mark Pendarves.
The Grade-II listed Grey Street hotel in Newcastle is undergoing a £1.2m, 32-week phased development to transform it into a boutique spa and conference venue.
Casual Dining Group (CDG) has secured its first UK franchise deal, which will see its Belgo brand become the main restaurant at the Crowne Plaza hotel on London’s King’s Cross Road.
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has reported that revpar has slowed worldwide, with a flat performance in London due to "industry-wide supply increases".
The managing director of what is set to be London's most ambitious opening of 2017, the 252-bedroom Ned hotel, has revealed the secrets behind its development.
Planning permission has been sought to open a five-storey private members’ club in Canary Wharf, on a pontoon overlooking Bank Street, in early 2018.
London hotel Claridge's has enlisted Apple's chief design officer Sir Jony Ive and designer Marc Newson to create its Christmas tree this year.
Hoteliers need to pay more attention to creating multifunctional spaces within lobbies and public areas, according to a panel at the Annual Hotel Conference last week.
Small tweaks to your hotel business can mean big savings and new revenue streams, according to a panel of experts at the Annual Hotel Conference last week.
The pastry chef at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park and Highest Achiever Award winner in the Craft Guild of Chefs’ Pastry Graduate Awards talks about the competition
Around 2,500 items of furniture, fixtures and fittings from the five-red-AA-star, 189-bedroom Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London hotel are to be auctioned as a comprehensive renovation of the iconic property gets under way.
Leading hoteliers Philip Newman-Hall, Stuart Bowery and Danny Pecorelli are calling on the industry to go back to the floor to raise £100,000 for industry charity Hospitality Action
Hotels can learn from Airbnb, according to a panel at the Annual Hotel Conference 2016 at the Hilton Deansgate hotel in Manchester.