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.
Robert Lancaster Gaye is celebrating his golden anniversary in textiles, with 30 years of his career as one of the founding directors of Tradelinens, ethical supplier of textiles to the luxury hotel sector.
The Hinduja Group and Obrascon Huarte Lain Desarrollos have announced an extension to their partnership with Raffles Hotels & Resorts.
London SkyBar, situated at the very top of the Millbank Tower, is downright Gagged to announce its upcoming and newest event, Drag Brunch – The Icons. The event kicks off on Saturday, February 29th.
The lighting of the iconic wheel has changed to the recognisable hot pink to reflect signature colour of the brand, with the new design unveiled earlier.
Grant Campbell joins Nobu Hotel London Portman Square as general manager, while Matthew Beard is promoted to managing director and will be re-located to Strand Palace.
Prior to this appointment, Rafael Canton held the role of operations manager at the Mandeville in London’s Marylebone, having stayed with the hotel for over seven years.
Nobu Hotel London Portman Square is set to open its doors this summer and currently taking reservations from July. The hotel will see the Nobu Berkeley Street restaurant move to its new home in Marylebone.
The final details have been revealed for what is the most ambitious and essential beer festival in the UK. BrewLDN has announced the final breweries list, details of the unique chef’s table food space, music from DJs Artwork and Greg Wilson, plus the Old Dirty Brasstards.
Hotels in London saw RevPAR growth of 0.9 per cent in quarter four of 2019, to £135.25, when compared with the previous year. However, average occupancy for hotels in the capital dropped back slightly in the final quarter of the decade, to 84.8 per cent.
The new 75-room hotel, Ruby Lucy, forms part of an ambitious expansion plan for Ruby Hotels to unveil a total of eleven new hotels – including a second London property – by 2022.