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  • Thursday, August 21st, 2014
  • Amazing Venues to open No Man’s Fort as hotel

    Man-made island in the middle of the Solent, No Man’s Fort, is currently undergoing a complete renovation before opening as a space for overnight stays and events this November. 

  • Thomann-Hanry Shows True Pedal Power!

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    Exterior Cleaning Experts Brave The Elements To Complete Cycling Challenge The 10th August saw local exterior cleaning and restoration experts, Thomann-Hanry, take part in the Prudential London – Surrey 100 Challenge, and in the process helped raise more than £1,500 on behalf of the mental illness charity, Mind. The first of two charitable events being undertaken [&hellip

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  • Your Staff Attitude will Make or Break You

    Monica Or, columnist and Hospitality Consultant at Star Quality Hospitality Consultancy discusses how staff attitude will impact on the customer service experience..
    I have just come back from my summer holiday where I stayed at a resort hotel, as I wanted to feel the warmth of the sun on my back, …

  • Wednesday, August 20th, 2014
  • Redefine|BDL Hotels Supports Launch Of National Hotel School

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    Redefine|BDL Hotels has signed a deal to support the launch of the country’s first national hotel school. The company, which manages a portfolio of 54 hotels throughout the UK and Africa, has agreed a partnership with New College Telford in Shropshire to create a hospitality centre for excellence. Based at The Whitehouse Hotel in Telford, [&hellip

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  • Occupancy and ADR rise in July

    UK hotels enjoyed high occupancy and average room rate in July, according to the latest figures released by accountancy firm BDO LLP.

  • Chef apprenticeship standards approved by government

    The first industry-developed apprenticeship standards for hospitality have been approved by the government.

  • Tourism to enjoy £2.1bn boost over bank holiday

    Domestic tourism is set to soar over the August bank holiday, with a quarter of the British population considering an overnight trip during the long weekend, according to the latest data from VisitEngland.

  • Tuesday, August 19th, 2014
  • Leisure Travellers Dissatisfied With Coffee In Hotel Bedrooms

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    New research has revealed that seven out of 10 hotel guests (75%) are dissatisfied with the quality of coffee in their hotel bedroom, rating it either poor or average. The survey of 1,000 UK consumers by UCC Coffee UK & Ireland also found that the quality of coffee on offer would influence a leisure travellers’ [&hellip

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  • Wi-Fi accreditation scheme open to hospitality businesses

    Hotels, restaurants and cafes can now sign up to a government supported scheme that aims to recognise businesses that take responsibility for protecting children and young people using their public Wi-Fi.

  • Think Apartments denies administration reports

    Serviced apartment provider Think has dismissed reports that the firm had been placed into administration.

  • Accor expands UK porfolio with five new hotels

    International hotel operator Accor has strengthened its UK portfolio with the signing of five new hotels in London and Edinburgh due to open by the end of 2015. 

  • Monday, August 18th, 2014
  • Hotels Introducing Public Work Areas To Meet Business Travellers’ Needs

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    According to a recent guest survey from Hotel Solutions Provider HRS, 75% of business travellers in the UK usually have to conduct business duties at the hotel they’re staying in. The research, which was conducted by HRS in conjunction with the Fraunhofer IAO, revealed the UK has one of the highest levels of business travellers [&hellip

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  • Travelife aims for UK expansion

    Sustainability certification provider Travelife has revealed plans to increase its UK presence as part of a target to certify 3,000 hotels worldwide by 2017.

  • Brunei Sultan reported to be Grosvenor House ‘highest bidder’

    The Sultan of Brunei, who owns The Dorchester Collection and was recently the target of public outrage for introducing death penalty for homosexuals in his country, has reportedly offered about US$2bn to buy three luxury hotels including London’s Grosvenor House.

  • Fewer burgers on menus as operators widen range of American-style foods

    Burger popularity has peaked in the UK, with branded operators serving increasingly innovative American and street food inspired dishes, according to the latest Menurama study from Horizons.

  • Liverpool waterfront hotels outperform rest of city

    Liverpool waterfront hotels enjoyed 82 per cent occupancy between April and June – 4 per cent over the city’s average of 78 per cent, according to figures by the Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership.

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