Doris Greif has taken the role of managing director of the hotel, alongside the position of regional vice president of operations, Europe & Middle East, for Langham Hospitality Group.
Developers at the resort, billed as one of the most ambitious theme park projects in Europe, are looking to begin construction in 2022, with a view to opening in 2024.
Formerly the Bow Street Magistrates Court, the 19th century building in Covent Garden is located opposite the Royal Opera House. The property will debut in December.
Iconic Luxury Hotels has announced the appointment of Ian Richardson to the role of general manager at 11 Cadogan Gardens, a luxury boutique property in the heart of Chelsea, London.
airBaltic plans to resume direct flights from Riga to London tomorrow and from Tallinn to London on July 4th. In addition, the airline will launch new direct flights from Vilnius to London on Wednesday.
The steels for Bombardier Aviation’s new 250,000 square foot hangar are going up at London Biggin Hill Airport. As well as a state-of-the-art hangar, the facility will also include a workshop and office space.
Nobu Hotel London Portman Square is set to open its doors in November. The new hotel will feature a Nobu Restaurant, bar and outdoor terrace, plus a 600-person ballroom, gym, wellness facilities and meeting spaces.
Thames Clippers will return to service on June 15th to help Londoners safely commute through the capital. The operator has implemented a range of enhanced hygiene and social distancing measures to allow for a safer transport option through London.
Pioneered to mark the 40th anniversary of the London Marathon, the challenge asks participants to complete an activity based around the numbers 26 or 2.6.
Matthew Beckwith, operations director for City Cruises, has released some footage taken on the river Thames. The images were shot during a routine check of the boats which have been docked since the service stopped operating last month.
Thames Clippers services will be halted from tomorrow as the capital is locked down to combat the coronavirus pandemic. Sean Collins, chief executive Thames Clippers, confirmed all services will be temporarily suspending until further notice.
Klaus Kabelitz has been appointed general manager of the Biltmore Mayfair, bringing over 35 years of experience in the luxury hospitality industry with him.