Campbell Gray Hotels News
Campbell Gray Hotels signs for new project in Cairo
A new hotel and wellbeing development at the Kings Polo Academy in Cairo is set to become the latest opening from Campbell Gray Hotels. It is expected to open in 2022.
Campbell Gray Hotels to debut new Portugal property
Palácio de Canavezes, a former palace property visited by the Portuguese royal family and renowned for its thermal waters, is to become the latest opening from Campbell Gray Hotels.
The Wee Hotel Company showcases best of Scotland
The collection currently comprises the Three Chimneys in Skye and the Pierhouse Hotel and Seafood Restaurant in Argyll, with plans in place to expand to other Scottish locations.
Breaking Travel News investigates: The Merchant House, Bahrain
With 46 beautifully appointed suites, the Merchant House features a unique collection of contemporary work by well-established Bahraini and international artists. Here Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, visits the only luxury boutique hotel in Bahrain to find out more
New appointments for Campbell Gray Hotels in Middle East
Campbell Gray Hotels has made two key appointments as it focuses on continued development and expansion, especially in Europe and the Middle East. The group’s portfolio includes the newly-opened Alex on Lake Zurich; Le Gray, Beirut, the Machrie Hotel & Golf Links in Scotland and the Merchant House in Bahrain.
Campbell Gray Hotels signs for new property in El Gouna, Egypt
Campbell Gray Hotels has announced its partnership with Mangroovy Residence El Gouna to create a boutique resort in the gated community of El Gouna, Egypt. As with all Campbell Gray Hotels, the resort will be designed with exquisite attention to detail and quality while remaining true to the simplicity and relaxed seaside atmosphere of El Gouna.
Campbell Gray Hotels appoints Gerber to lead new Zurich property
Alex is set to open its doors on the western shore of Lake Zurich in the spring under the management of Campbell Gray Hotels.
O’Dea to lead Campbell Gray Hotels
As managing director, O’Dea will oversee the day-to-day running of the company and ensure the continued high-performance of its six hotels and its Campbell Gray Living arm.