Hyatt Hotels has entered into a management agreement with Ewart Manchester Properties, a majority owned subsidiary of M&L Hospitality, for Hyatt Regency Manchester Oxford Road and Hyatt House Manchester/Oxford Road.
Virgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines are boosting flights between the UK and US from next summer, which sees Delta join Virgin in serving Gatwick Airport together for the first time.
Video footage of a first-person view racing drone flying alongside Nemesis as it completes four inversions, spins, twists and turns has been released by Alton Towers Resort.
Opening earlier this year following a complete restoration, Monkey Island Estate is set across seven acres of beautiful English country gardens and offers picturesque views of the River Thames. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole calls in for the night
Visit Tampa Bay has announced the renewal of its partnership with Norwich City football club, retaining its position as the club’s official destination partner as the team prepares to return to the Premier League.
The new hashtag challenge - #HiddenGem - encourages users to discover and share their favourite hidden spots and move away from tourist areas. This campaign follows a nationwide study, commissioned by TikTok, to find out more about the travel preferences of travellers under 40-years-of-age.
Research conducted by World Travel & Tourism Council has revealed tourism is the fastest growing sector in the UK. According to the organisation, the market accounts for 11.9 per cent of all jobs, ahead of financial services (8.9 per cent) and banking (3.4 per cent), and generates £232 billion annually.
Travelodge is looking to grow its coastal hotel network with a further 26 properties in seaside resorts and coastal towns in the British Isles. The hotel chain opened its first seaside hotel in Brighton in 1999 and has opened its 36th seaside resort hotel at Rhyl beach.
The Collective Canary Wharf, which spans 21 storeys and where rooms start from £1,300 per month, now becomes the world’s largest co-living space, taking over from the Collective Old Oak in west London which opened in 2016.
Bookings are now open for the Newt in Somerset hotel and spa, with the property set to open at the end of August. Set within Hadspen House and its stable yard, the hotel includes a world-class spa with indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a gym, bar, restaurants and 23 bedrooms.
Seeking to make up for lost time, prime minister Theresa May has today launched what the government is describing as the first ever tourism sector deal for the UK.