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Stuck In A Holiday Rut?

Stuck In A Holiday Rut?

With Christmas a distant memory, the weather taking a turn for the worse and half term and Easter breaks fast approaching, many families are planning on getting some quality time and much needed ‘sun therapy’ in the diary. Research released from TravelSupermarket shows that families may already be feeling the pressure when it comes to planning this year’s holiday as one in every five family Continue reading…

Reasons to go to Florida in 2013

Reasons to go to Florida in 2013

The state of Florida is known for being doused in enviable sunshine for much of the year, but it offers a whole lot more than simply a desirable climate catering for every interest and every age group. Whether you’re an enthusiastic painter, a devoted fan of extreme sports, an archaeologist at heart, ardent shopper or eager to sit on white-knuckle rollercoasters, holidays to Florida can Continue reading…

Malmaison Hotels enters administration

Malmaison Hotels enters administration

The company which owns the Malmaison chain of hotels and the boutique hotel brand Hotel Du Vin, MWB Group Holdings announced last week that they would be appointing Deloitte to place the company in administration. Despite this the Malmasion and Hotel du Vin hotels are operating as normal with business being unaffected by the changes in the status of the company. Initial fears that the Continue reading…

Average UK Hotel prices drop by 15%

Average UK Hotel prices drop by 15%

On the 13th November 2012 the hotel price comparison search engine, Trivago released figures which showed that the average room rate for hotels across the United Kingdom had seen a drop of 15% when compared to the figures from November 2011. The average cost of a one night hotel stay in the UK is £111, in November 2011 this average one night cost £130 and Continue reading…

Olympics boosted the hotel industry in Wales

Olympics boosted the hotel industry in Wales

In positive news for the hotel industry, especially in Wales recently released statistics from Deloitte in Wales have shown that the Olympics helped to boost the hotel industry in Cardiff during August 2012. Cardiff was host to some of the Olympics and Paralympics events of 2012 and as a result there was a 5% increase in the year on year occupancy figures for hotels in Continue reading…

DoubleTree by Hilton announce new hotel plans

DoubleTree by Hilton announce new hotel plans

Already, in the past week, the DoubleTree by Hilton chain of hotels has seen a new hotel in London open after acquiring the former Bestwestern Hotel and now the brand is set to expand even further, this time in Scotland. On November 7th 2012 the Hilton Brand announced that a franchise agreement had be formed with BDL Select Operation and this would lead to a Continue reading…

easyJet launching allocated seating

easyJet launching allocated seating

Budget airlines such as easyJet and Ryanair, looking at all possible ways to speed up boarding times and ultimately cut the costs of the flights, are known for their non allocated seating policy. This meant the infamous rush for the best seats upon boarding and there were many occasions where families or groups would get split for the duration of the flight simply because they Continue reading…

Newcastle’s Grey Street Hotel in Administration

Newcastle’s Grey Street Hotel in Administration

The Grey Street Hotel is one of the most luxurious and elegant hotels in the city of Newcastle and located in one of the most prestigious areas of the city but despite the excellent location and the reputation for great service in a luxury environment the hotel has now entered administration. A boutique style service across the 50 rooms available at the hotel was seen Continue reading…

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel expands in London

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel expands in London

The Hilton brand is already well known throughout the world but the lesser known DoubleTree brand of hotels operated by the Hilton chain is now starting to make a name for itself in the United Kingdom with new hotels opening! During October one new DoubleTree by Hilton Hotels was opened in London, officially by Ufi Ibrahim who is the British Hospitality Association’s chief executive. Located Continue reading…

Admiralty Arch set to become a London hotel

Admiralty Arch set to become a London hotel

Admiralty Arch is one of the many historic landmarks of London, a unique building which is most famous for, as the name suggests the archways that were built over the road and pavement. Recently this landmark has been used for government offices however times are set to change and the Admiralty Arch is set to become a landmark London hotel! The Admiralty Arch has been Continue reading…

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