Hotel operator Folio Hotels is ploughing £5m into the refurbishment of the St James’s Club and Hotel in London.
(31 October 2006 16:50:00)
Six out of 10 hospitality workers fear for their personal safety at work, according to a new survey.
(31 October 2006 16:33:27)
Millennium & Copthorne (M&C) is to manage the new hotel at Sheffield United FC’s Bramall Lane stadium.
(31 October 2006 15:45:00)
The limit on the number of Bulgarian and Romanian migrants allowed to work in the UK will have a damaging effect on hospitality employers, according to a leading hotel recruiter.
(31 October 2006 14:39:00)
Five-star hotels in London have the most expensive wireless broadband access in Europe, according to a new survey.
(31 October 2006 10:30:00)
Hilton Hotels Corporation expects to make more than $2.5b (£1.3b) in turnover this year from bookings made through its websites.
(31 October 2006 10:22:00)
Nearly six months after putting itself up for sale, struggling pub chain Honeycombe Leisure has still not found a suitable buyer, it admitted last week.
(31 October 2006 9:33:00)
Ribble Valley Inns (RVI), the Lancashire-based group behind the Three Fishes pub, has joined forces with Thwaites brewery for its second gastropub venture.
(31 October 2006 8:00:00)
InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG) has requested that the Belgrade Commercial Court orders Internacional CG to stop using its brand name on a hotel in the city.
(30 October 2006 15:22:00)
Fuller’s The Victoria has been voted best London pub by the reviewers on online drinking guide fancyapint.com.
(30 October 2006 13:11:00)
Essential news from around the world, including: InterContinental opens sixth Indigo hotel; Fairmonts gets new vice-president of hotel sales; Kempinski set to open second Thai hotel; Mövenpick signs seven new contracts...
(30 October 2006 10:22:00)
A round-up of the weekend's news affecting the hospitality industry. News includes: Tourism at record level in Ireland; Corfu hotel manager facing manslaughter charge; Corfu hotel manager facing manslaughter charge...
(30 October 2006 9:38:00)
Hospitality businesses employing illegal immigrants who have bought Romanian passports on the black market could be hit by £2,000 fines, experts have warned.
(30 October 2006 8:30:00)
Tourist board Visit London will today launch a Europe-wide outdoor marketing campaign.
(30 October 2006 8:00:00)
Property investment firm Cedar Capital Partners has acquired the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Prague for an undisclosed sum.
(27 October 2006 14:57:00)
An Edinburgh University has joined forces with a Glasgow counterpart in an effort to keep hospitality and tourism graduates in Scotland.
(27 October 2006 12:50:00)
A disabled man has won £3,000 damages in a landmark legal case against a Scottish hotel for failing to provide adequate disabled access.
(27 October 2006 9:36:00)
Recruitment agencies have criticised the decision by competitor Robert Walters to ban any potentially discriminatory age-related words in its job ads.
(27 October 2006 8:30:00)
Hospitality and tourism operators in London and Kent will receive a £115m boost when the Tour de France starts in the UK for the first time in July 2007, Transport for London (TfL) has predicted.
(26 October 2006 13:37:00)
Rossmark Hotel Group has made its maiden purchase with the acquisition of the prominent Bewleys hotel in Glasgow’s Bath Street for well in excess of £10m.
(26 October 2006 12:56:00)
The Bush Inn, a 200-year old food-led freehouse in Pembrokeshire, has changed hands.
(26 October 2006 12:51:00)