Breakfast Briefing – The latest hospitality news

Quote of the Week

“I was happy to hear they’re going to do another season of House of Cards. Is Christopher Plummer available for that, too? I hope he can do a Southern accent, because Kevin Spacey sure couldn’t.” Seth Meyers at the Golden Globes


Tweet of the Week

IRN BRU announcement on reduced sugar

Book of the Week


New hardback book showcasing over a decade of beautiful photography. This stunning hardback publication includes many of the Hospitality Industry’s unforgettable characters – including Ken McCulloch, Anton Mosimann, Fay Maschler, Terance Conran, Robin Hutson, Sarah Willingham Harry Murray, Gary Rhodes, Alastair Storey, Albert Roux and Ufi Ibrahim.

Hospitality Illustrated is £30.00 per copy plus P&P.

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Story of the Week

Auchrannie Completes Transfer of Ownership to Employees

Luxury resort Auchrannie has announced it has completed its transition to become Scotland’s latest employee-owned business, with 160 members of staff becoming owners.

Video of the Week

“Luxury Never Sounded So Good”

Canaves Oia resort launches hotel video, capturing the importance and impact of the hospitality industry. Watch “Luxury Never Sounded So Good” below, where the team make music in a fun, energetic and humorous way.

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eHotelier Hospitality News

Tourists to UK forecast to spend record levels in 2018. It has been a record year-to-date for inbound tourism to the UK, with growth set to continue in 2018 according to forecasts from national tourism agency VisitBritain.

MGallery accelerates its international expansion. Three stunning addresses to open this month in London, Dubai and Sarajevo.

Mexico Tourism Board drives continuous growth for the sector. Ranked 3rd in Latin America and 5th in the Americas, Mexico reported a 6.7% growth from January to October when compared to the same period in 2016.

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