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McCulloch has made an indelible mark on the British hotel scene, initially with the launch in 1986 of One Devonshire Gardens (now owned by Hotel du Vin) in his home city of Glasgow and then through the creation of Malmaison and Dakota. Each hotel along the way has been visionary for its time, creating a legion of enthusiastic fans.
Born in 1948, McCulloch spent his formative years immersed in the highly regarded training programme of the long-gone British Transport Hotels group. He dabbled in the Glasgow restaurant scene, founding La Bonne Auberge, Charlie Parker's and the Granary, and transforming the Buttery and Rogano establishments, before taking his first step into hotel ownership with One Devonshire Gardens.
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