RoadChef MSAs sold for £425m – For more hospitality stories, see what the weekend papers say

05 March 2007
RoadChef MSAs sold for £425m – For more hospitality stories, see what the weekend papers say

RoadChef MSAs sold for £425m
The Times](, 3 March

JD Wetherspoon get £7m rise in utility charges
JD Wetherspoon, the pub operator, has seen its annual utilities bill balloon by £7m after it was forced to renegotiate an agreement with its suppliers at the peak of the energy market. - [The Times](, 3 March

Struggling gets new chairman Nick Kuenssberg, the industrialist and entrepreneur, will chair the company behind, the controversial tourist agency website, as it moves towards profitability. The company hopes to attract more business with a new product, Web in a Box, which will allow more accommodation providers to go online. - [Scotland on Sunday](, 4 March

The Gresham Hotel Group sells three hotels to CEO
The Gresham Hotel Group has sold its three continental European hotels to the company's chief executive. Patrick Coyle, who has been with the Gresham chain for the past 15 years, bought the three hotels with the backing of AIB Corporate Finance private investors for an undisclosed sum. The hotels are the Gresham Belson in Brussels, the Gresham Carat in Hamburg and the Gresham Memphis in Amsterdam - [Irish Examiner](, 5 March

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