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Brasserie Abode set for UK debut in Manchester

Brasserie Abode set for UK debut in Manchester

The first Brasserie Abode opens in the UK at ABode Manchester tomorrow, offering an exciting new dining and drinking option. A relaxed, all day venue, in the style of a grand European brassiere and bar, Brasserie Abode promises cool leather, polished brass and a contemporary vibe set over two floors.

Major improvements for group visitors at Stonehenge

Major improvements for group visitors at Stonehenge

4 days ago Tourism News

English Heritage has opened a newly-designed permanent coach park at Stonehenge. It marks the completion of the first phase of a major improvement project aimed at giving tour groups arriving by coach a better and more streamlined welcome to the World Heritage Site and at easing pressure points for all visitors at the popular site at peak times.

Ye Olde Bell welcomes new spa for spring 2017

Ye Olde Bell welcomes new spa for spring 2017

5 April 2017 Hotel News Spa News

Stylish hotel Ye Olde Bell has announced the opening of a new multimillion pound luxury spa for late spring 2017. The new 17,000sq ft spa will offer ten hot and cold experiences, including a custom-made ‘snowstorm’ experience, the only one of its kind in the UK.

New leadership for Hotel du Vin Cheltenham

New leadership for Hotel du Vin Cheltenham

31 March 2017 Press Release Hotel News

Hotel du Vin Cheltenham has welcomed Chris Thompson as general manager. Responsible for driving the business forward, Thompson will oversee the day to day operations of the hotel and the development of his team to ensure that the hotel continues to deliver the great food and wine coupled with faultless service it is known and loved for.

Rudding Park Spa to open in May

Rudding Park Spa to open in May

23 March 2017 Hotel News Spa News

Rudding Park has is coming to the end of a £9.5 million spa development, with a highly-anticipated opening in May. Rudding Park Spa will bring a world destination spa to the heart of Yorkshire for the very first time, as well as re-capturing Harrogate’s spa town heritage by drawing natural waters from the grounds of Harrogate’s leading luxury hotel.

UK follows US in limiting Middle Eastern cabin baggage

UK follows US in limiting Middle Eastern cabin baggage

21 March 2017 Airline News

The United Kingdom has announced a cabin baggage ban on laptops on passenger flights from six Middle East and North African countries. Following the lead of the United States, passengers from these countries will no longer be able to carry tablets, DVD players or phones over a certain size.

Redaelli to lead Starhotels properties in London

Redaelli to lead Starhotels properties in London

1 March 2017 Hotel News

Starhotels has appointed Maurizio Redaelli as general manager of the London complex including The Franklin, The Gore and The Pelham. The development is part of Starhotels Collezione - a collection of Starhotels’ 12 most representative hotels that combine elegance, charm and exceptional service.

Dewey to lead Leasowe Castle following refurbishment

Dewey to lead Leasowe Castle following refurbishment

28 February 2017 Hotel News

Leasowe Castle has welcomed a new general manager as part of the venue’s on-going transformation. With more than 40 years in the hospitality sector, Mike Dewey has joined the team at the Wirral-based castle ahead of a company-wide rebrand, following a £3 million refurbishment.