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  • Friday, November 21st, 2014
  • Cozy Pubs acquires The Angel in Lavenham

    Cozy Pubs has added Marco Pierre White’s former Suffolk pub with rooms – The Angel in Lavenham – to its growing portfolio.

  • Top Tips for Hospitality Entrepreneur Newbies

    Monica Or, columnist and Hospitality Consultant at Star Quality Hospitality Consultancy discusses ten top tips of what to do in order to start up your own hospitality business..
    This week is Global Entrepreneur Week and according to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor the UK is the 4th most entrepreneurial economy in the …

  • Master Innholders releases details for 2015 conference

    The Master Innholders’ 22nd Annual Hotel General Managers’ Conference will focus on a theme of ‘People and Places’ with presentations and discussions on what motivates customers in a globalised marketplace where more people choose to travel.

  • Leeds hotels join industry mentoring scheme

    The Leeds Hotels and Venues Association (LHVA) has partnered with the School of Events, Tourism and Hospitality at Leeds Beckett University to run a new mentoring programme.  

  • Thursday, November 20th, 2014
  • Corporate travel drives hotel growth in October

    Corporate travel helped boost hotel performance in London and the regions this October, according to the latest figures from BDO.

  • QHotels adds six former De Vere properties to its portfolio

    Hotel operator QHotels has taken over six former De Vere Hotels and De Vere Luxury Lodges, taking its portfolio to a total of 27 hotels. 

  • Hostels and limited-service sector shows dynamic growth

    Another report has highlighted the rapid growth of the hostel and limited-service sector, which is thriving as demand for low-cost beds continues to rise.

  • Further details released for InterContinental London – The O2

    More details have been released for the new InterContinental London hotel at the O2, which is on scheduled to open in late 2015. 

  • Wednesday, November 19th, 2014
  • Compulsory Living Wage could put over 200,000 hospitality jobs at risk

    Making the Living Wage compulsory could cost UK businesses £4bn, the equivalent of 213,247 jobs in the hospitality sector, according to a Greater London Assembly (GLA) member.

  • Redefine BDL Hotels increases portfolio by 22 properties

    Redefine BDL Hotels has been appointed to manage a portfolio of 22 hotels, consisting of 19 Holiday Inns and three Crowne Plazas, on behalf of LRG Acquisition Limited.

  • Tourism Council defends decision not to tackle VAT

    To the disappointment of Cut Tourism VAT campaigners, the Tourism Council has decided not to discuss a VAT cut, but instead focus on jobs and skills.

  • The Alford Arms takes top spot at UK’s first FreeFrom Eating Out Awards

    Hertfordshire pub The Alford Arms was the overall winner at the inaugural FreeFrom Eating Out Awards this week, crowned the ‘most allergen-aware’ eatery in the UK.  

  • Tuesday, November 18th, 2014
  • How to avoid hotel construction delays

    2015 is predicted to be an exciting year for the hospitality industry, with 10 major hotel projects set to open in London alone. However, these projects are increasingly facing delays due to a shortage of construction companies. With the buyers’ market shifting dramatically in favour of the suppliers, Rob Alexander, from procurement specialists Occumen
    , share his tips on how to secure supply quickly to beat competitors. 

  • Clevedon Hall to re-open as luxury event hotel

    Victorian mansion Clevedon Hall in north Somerset will re-open next week as a ‘luxury hospitality destination’ following a £3m refurbishment.

  • Monday, November 17th, 2014
  • Government urged to regulate sharing economy

    Pop-up marketplace Grub Club is urging the government to better regulate ‘sharing economy’ businesses like itself in order to ensure their protection.

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