Hotels are the worst thing about the UK tourist industry according to a new survey among North American leisure travellers.
(31 August 2001 16:39:43)
It's been three years since Don and Wendy Matheson converted Boath House in the Scottish Highlands into a hotel, restaurant and luxury beauty retreat. Their success has been due to hard work and sharp marketing tactics. Jessica Gunn revisits this former adopted business.
(31 August 2001 15:53:37)
Of Sicilian parentage, Antonio Motisi, operations development director of Caffé Nero, has a Mediterranean passion for the Italian-style coffee shops he is spreading across the country. About half the group's units are in the London area. The rest are found as far apart as Brighton, Bristol and Livingston in Scotland.
(31 August 2001 14:51:52)
The hotel world has its fair share of names that conjure up mystique, history and intrigue. In an occasional new series, we take a closer look at some of those legends. To kick off, Jenny Webster visits La Mamounia, in the North African city of Marrakech.
(31 August 2001 14:47:45)
…it’s the centrepiece of our all-new Chef section. With over 500 recipes from the industry's top chefs it's the largest pool of professional chef recipes online. The database is fully searchable by ingredient and cuisine type as well as a comprehensive keyword search. The Chef section also includes detailed "master classes" of culinary techniques and styles.
(31 August 2001 12:45:36)
Hotel and catering businesses have come off worst in the foot-and-mouth crisis according to two leading reports.
(30 August 2001 17:06:04)
The director of a West Country hotel group has criticised the way the Government decides which businesses get foot-and-mouth recovery money, claiming it discourages hoteliers from maintaining quality.
(28 August 2001 15:54:29)
Mike Eggleston and Steve Williams left large companies to set up on their own because they thought clients would prefer a more open accounting system. But client reaction was not quite what they expected. Jane Baker reports in the first of our new series on independent contract caterers.
(24 August 2001 11:38:16)
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(24 August 2001 11:33:15)
A survey on licensing reform commissioned by pub giant JD Wetherspoon has found just over half of all licensees want the granting of licences to stay with magistrates, not be transferred to local authorities as proposed by a Government White Paper.
(24 August 2001 11:10:45)