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

Gleneagles sees turnover grow as refurbishment continues
May 20, 2019 - The Gleneagles hotel in Auchterarder, Perthshire, saw turnover grow in 2018, as it continued a multimillion-pound refurbishment programme.  The five-red-AA-star, 232-bedroom hotel, which was acquired by Ennismore in 2015, saw turnover reach £55.3m in the 12 months to 31 December 2019, up from £51.2m in 2017. Operating profits grew from £2.5m to £3.5m, but pre-tax profits fell from £505,000 in ...

One Aldwych to fully reopen in June
May 20, 2019 - One Aldwych on the edge of London’s Covent Garden is set to fully reopen in June following a multimillion-pound, four-month refurbishment. The hotel’s lobby bar and Indigo restaurant have already reopened, with the new look guestrooms and suites set to open from the middle of next month. Tom Strother and Steven Saunders of Fabled Studio have overseen the transformation of the ...

Dubai’s hotels record 11.3% drop in ADR, 14.55% drop in RevPAR
May 20, 2019 - Dubai’s hotels have recorded a drop in their average daily rate (ADR) and revenue per available room (RevPAR) in Q1 of 2019, according to figures released by Dubai’s department of tourism. However, the occupancy rates have risen, compared to the same period last year. ADR, according to data, dropped by 11.3% from AED562 last year to AED498 in 2019, while ...

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