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

Tourists will ‘want to be able to drink’ in Saudi Arabia says AccorHotels CEO
March 18, 2019- AccorHotels CEO Sebastien Bazin told sister title Arabian Business that KSA will need to make certain exceptions for tourists in order to attract visitors to the country. Tourists visiting Saudi Arabia will want to be able ‘to drink and enjoy music’, according to the global CEO of AccorHotels. Speaking to Arabian Business, Sébastien Bazin said the kingdom will need to make certain exceptions for ...

Grange hotels sold to Queensgate in £1b deal
March 18, 2019- Four London hotels are set to be rebranded as Leonardo properties following their sale from Grange Hotels to Queensgate Investments in a deal understood to be around £1b. The 307-bedroom Grange City, 201-bedroom Grange Holborn, 460-bedroom Grange St Paul’s and 370-bedroom Grange Tower Bridge hotels have been acquired by Queensgate, which owns Generator Hostels and the Holiday Inn London Kensington Forum. The ...

Marriott announces plans to open more than 1,700 hotels by 2021
March 18, 2019- Marriott International has announced plans to open more than 1,700 hotels around the world by 2021 as part of its three-year growth plan. The hotel group plans to add between 275,000 and 295,000 rooms by 2021, supported by the strength of its record 478,000-room pipeline, including roughly 214,000 rooms already under construction. The group said its new room openings during ...

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