Jupiter Hotels take over management of the Talbot hotel in Ripley

14 April 2014 by
Jupiter Hotels take over management of the Talbot hotel in Ripley

Hotel management company Jupiter Hotels has signed an agreement to operate the Talbot hotel in Ripley, Surrey.

The announcement comes 21 months after management of the 43-bedroom former coaching inn passed from Bespoke Hotels to Marco Pierre White. At the time it was said that White was going to take a "hands-on" role in the running of the property.

Built in the 15th century, the Talbot Inn offers a restaurant serving modern British food and events space for up to 120 guests.

Jupiter has taken on the Talbot Inn three weeks after signing an agreement to operate five hotels under the Quality and Clarion Collection brands belonging to Choice Hotels. The hotels were acquired by West Register (Property Investments) following the administration of former owners, Akkeron Hotels.

Shane Harris, chief executive of Jupiter Hotels, said he was delighted to add the Talbot to the company's growing portfolio.

"This is the sixth hotel we have signed in three weeks increasing our portfolio to 32 owned and managed hotels.

"The signing of this hotel is proof of the confidence our partners have in our ability to successfully manage hotels. We will continue to work with hotels across the UK to develop the sector, champion the mid-market segment and strengthen and develop our portfolio."

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