Legacy Hotels signs mangement contract with Southampton hotel

08 January 2008 by
Legacy Hotels signs mangement contract with Southampton hotel

Legacy Hotels has signed its eighth management contract and taken over the running of Southampton's four-star Botleigh Grange hotel.

The hotel, which has a two AA-rosette awarded restaurant, was previously part of the Best Western consortium and has been owned by the Plumpton family since 1949.

Legacy will operate the hotel on a five-year contract worth £750,000 and is retaining all 79 staff.

Andy Townsend, chief executive of Legacy hotels, said: "We want to expand and promote the hotel's banqueting, conference and events business because the Hampshire Millennium Suite is one of the largest function suites in the region."

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