Queen Elizabeth II’s death set to spark massive demand for London hotels
With the death of Queen Elizabeth II earlier this week, London could see a surge in demand for accommodation as visitors flock to the British capital to pay their respects to the country’s longest-serving monarch.
BROWN’S HOTEL ANNOUNCES DATES FOR ITS AUTUMN ART WALKS
Brown’s, a Rocco Forte Hotel has announced they are partnering with John Martin, Director of John Martin Gallery in Mayfair for their autumn Art Walks.
BROWN’S HOTEL PARTNERS WITH LUXURY FAMILY BRAND, DOCKATOT
Brown’s, a Rocco Forte Hotel in London has partnered with luxury family brand, DockATot (formerly known as Sleepyhead of Sweden) to provide families with extra comfort for their little ones during their stay in the capital.
Premier Inn plans new hub hotel in central London
Premier Inn owner Whitbread has purchased a property in London’s West End which will be converted into a new hub by Premier Inn hotel.
Need to catch up on some sleep? Do it at this five-star hotel.
Under the best of circumstances, a luxe hotel stay will provide a much-needed sense of relaxation and renewal. This Mayfair hotel in London wants to ensure you actually get a better night’s sleep.
DISCOVER FORTE WINKS IN THE HEART OF MAYFAIR
Discover your best sleep yet in the heart of Mayfair at London’s elegant Brown’s Hotel, which becomes a sanctuary of calm with an expertly created ‘Forte Winks’ experience.
Corinthia Hotel London appoints Raffaella Manetti Head of sales
Corinthia Hotel London announced the appointment of Raffaella Manetti as Head of Sales, West Coast USA, effective immediately.
London Olympics outlines ticket resale procedures
The London 2012 Organising Committee has confirmed details of its ticket resale process for Olympic and Paralympic ticket holders. Those who have bought tickets directly from LOCOG before January 6th 2012 will be able to resell their tickets via the London 2012 ticketing website from this date until February 3rd 2012.
DoubleTree by Hilton replaces Mint Hotels in London
DoubleTree by Hilton has replaced the failed Mint Hotel brand in London, acquiring two of its properties. The new DoubleTree by Hilton London - Tower of London and London – Westminster are two of eight Mint Hotels across the Netherlands and the UK joining the Hilton Worldwide portfolio.
Mayor to invest £50 million in long term regeneration - 12/08 - 09:00
Mayor to invest £50 million in long term regeneration of capital’s damaged town centres
Tourism in London expects ‘very quick’ recovery following unrest
London & Partners expects London to recover “very quickly” from unrest seen over the past few days. However, the official promotional agency for London said it was still too early to anticipate what impact the violence seen in a number of boroughs would have on visitor numbers.
Cost of Olympics continues to fall as construction nears completion
The Olympic Delivery Authority has confirmed construction on venues for the Olympic Games is now 88 per cent complete. Revealing its quarterly report into the status of the project, the ODA also said it has reduced its costs by a further £16 million.