Renowned hotelier Ken McCulloch wins Very Special Achievement

Renowned hotelier Ken McCulloch wins Very Special Achievement

Ken McCulloch has won ‘Very Special Achievement’ at the Scottish Style Awards in celebration with Moët & Chandon. The renowned hotelier’s legacy of style includes One Devonshire Gardens, the Malmaison chain, Columbus Monte Carlo and the bold Dakota concept.

In an evening where the stars of style descending upon Glasgow for the 13th Scottish Style Awards, Ken won the prestigious award in recognition of his five-decade-long career.

Few have challenged the way hotels operate like Ken McCulloch

Click the below image to watch a video which tells his fascinating story

Ken McCulloch was born in Glasgow, the youngest son of impresario Archie McCulloch and singer Kathie Kay, and brother to Stewart and Donald. Leaving school at 16, his start in the industry came as a trainee chef in the kitchens of British Transport Hotels in Scotland…

Also read Ken McCulloch’s story here.

Video courtesy of the Scottish Style Awards in celebration with Moët & Chandon and The Vine PR & Events. Pictures by Clive Watkins.

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