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New fleet of supercars arrives at the Lanesborough

New fleet of supercars arrives at the Lanesborough

New for the British summer season, the Lanesborough has introduced its new fleet of supercars, offering guests the chance to explore London and the surrounding counties in one of the new high-performance vehicles

Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese re-opens in Italy

Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese re-opens in Italy

Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese has re-opened following a complete redesign by French architect and interior designer, Jean-Philippe Nuel. The 78-room hotel lies on a quaint street in the centre of the city, just moments from iconic landmarks including the Villa Medici, the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps.

Native Manchester opens doors in north of England

Native Manchester opens doors in north of England

September will see the opening of Native Manchester at Ducie Street Warehouse, a new multi-use apartment hotel in the city’s historic Northern Quarter. This will be Native’s biggest and most ambitious opening to date, spread across six floors of a former Victorian cotton warehouse close to Manchester Piccadilly Station.

Cobblers Cove to re-open in Barbados following renovations

Cobblers Cove to re-open in Barbados following renovations

Located on the island’s quiet west-coast, the refurbishment of the all-suite hotel has been overseen by the watchful eye of Sam de Teran who has transformed this iconic property into one of the chicest places to stay in the Caribbean.

Information Commissioner’s Office plans £99m Marriott fine

Information Commissioner’s Office plans £99m Marriott fine

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office plans to issue Marriott with a £99 million fine following a data breach. The decision relates to a breach in the Starwood guest reservation database which potentially comprised data from hundreds of millions of guests.

Hyatt Regency Chantilly opens in France

Hyatt Regency Chantilly opens in France

Hyatt Regency Chantilly has opened to become the ninth Hyatt branded hotel in France. Reminiscent of an 18th-century hamlet, the 211-room property is set along the Nonette River in the historic town of Chantilly.

Cameron returns to lead Huvafen Fushi, Maldives

Cameron returns to lead Huvafen Fushi, Maldives

Huvafen Fushi has welcomed Noel Cameron back to the position of general manager, nine years after his first appointment. He will guide the resort on its transcendent journey to a bold, sophisticated future back under the management of Universal Resorts.

Red Carnation unveils plans for Edinburgh property

Red Carnation unveils plans for Edinburgh property

The Red Carnation Hotel Collection is to open a hotel in Scotland for the first time, with the aim of making it the number one hotel in Edinburgh. The luxury hotel collection has announced plans to respectfully renovate 100 Princes Street, transforming it into a highly exclusive retreat on the city’s most famous street.