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Hotel investors look to Lake District

The boom in staycation breaks is fuelling interest in hotels in scenic settings, including from newcomers to the sector. All this offers more than a glimmer of hope for those who work in ‘rural hospitality’ as some businesses still go…

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Glenburn staff lose their jobs

Housekeeping Today shares in the commiserations offered to staff of The Glenburn Hotel on the Isle of Bute following the announcement that the hotel had gone into administration, and all would immediately be made redundant. It’s thought around 30 people…

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New hotel fuses best of East and West

The new Pan Pacific London has just opened with a promise to take innovation and understated luxury to new heights, fusing together architecture, contemporary design, boundary-pushing wellbeing, and leading destination restaurants and bars, with sincere Singaporean hospitality to create a…

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Silver EcoVadis rating for Vision Linens

Vision Linens has retained its EcoVadis silver rating. EcoVadis is the world’s most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings, intelligence and collaborative performance improvement tools for global supply chains. Industry leaders such as Johnson & Johnson, Verizon, L’Oréal, Subway, Nestlé,…

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Pricing dilemmas as VAT changes

Ahead of the end of the 5 per cent reduced VAT rate for the hospitality sector on 1 October, Julie Green, VAT manager at MHA, says hospitality businesses need to get their tills and booking engines ready for the new…

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Institute welcomes some new faces

The Institute of Hospitality continues to strengthen its team with new heads of marketing and professional development. Kim Bailey, who previously ran her own consulting business supporting UK businesses looking to grow their global reach, will lead the marketing initiative…

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So, what’s next for us all?

Written by Delia Canning Just saying: with Delia Canning There’s a lot to learn, and that includes by our politicians those whomanage cleaning and hygiene staff carrying out essential roles. I hope you have all found time for some sort…

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Dalata celebrates latest opening

The new hotel is already picking up rave reviews An Irish hotel chain has opened its first Scottish hotel in Glasgow city centre, at a cost of £40m to build. The Dalata Hotel Group’s 300-bedroom Maldron Hotel Glasgow City is…

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Staffing and supply chains hitting hotels

Laundries and the hospitality sector they serve are experiencing the ‘perfect storm’ of staffing issues during the staycation boom, with some struggling to keep up with demand for fresh bed and bath linen. The Financial Times is reporting that some…

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