Hospitality & Leisure


Driven by the pursuit of perfection our hospitality practice draws on a peerless blend of experience of introducing high quality talent into reputable brands, boutique operations and independents. Working at an executive level across the world, we have a unique, no-compromise ethos, surpassing expectations that ensure our diverse expanding portfolio of clients benefit from a balance of personal understanding, sensitive professionalism and complete discretion.



Recent Projects


Director of Sales & Marketing

Luxury Hotel Collection

Hospitality Director – Germany

International Retailer

Guest Experience Director

Luxury Chinese Brand

Group Executive Chef – UK

Luxury Restaurant Group

Group HR Director – Global

Luxury Restaurant Group

General Manager – Portugal

Luxury Hotel

Concept Director – UK

Leading Hotel Group

Tourism Director – France

European Leisure Group



Hospitality & Leisure News

Thomas Cook turns to China’s Fosun as part of £750m rescue deal
July 16, 2019 - Thomas Cook has lined up a £750m rescue package that would leave Chinese conglomerate Fosun in control of the 178-year-old tour operator but likely to almost wipe out existing shareholders. Shares plunged more than 50 per cent after Thomas Cook revealed plans to restructure its business, while bonds rallied as investors began negotiations over a deal to swap debt for ...

IHG to expand in Saudi with ‘world’s largest’ voco in Makkah
July 16, 2019 - InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), is expanding in Saudi Arabia with the world’s largest voco in Makkah. Partnering with Maad International, the hospitality group plans to develop the 4,200 room property in early 2020. The new hotel will take IHG’s portfolio in the Kingdom to more than 19,500 rooms. Speaking about the new property, Pascal Gauvin, MD, India, Middle East & Africa, IHG said: ...

Heston Blumenthal’s restaurant empire sees losses deepen
July 16, 2019 - Celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal’s restaurant business posted deepening losses in its latest financial results as it works through an “efficiency program”. The group, which owns the three Michelin star The Fat Duck, suffered a post-tax loss of £1.7m in the year to 31 May 2018, compared to a loss of £700,000 in 2017. “The board is of the opinion that ...

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