A decade of extended stay in Europe

Hotels ready for action?

Hospitality businesses have recently been given the green light to reopen their doors to the public from 4 July following a three-month temporary closure.

A decade of extended stay in Europe

Can quarantine be quashed?

The massed ranks of the travel and hospitality industry in the UK are mobilising to try and force a government U-turn over the 14-day quarantine for overseas visitors, which came in to force on Monday.

A decade of extended stay in Europe

The urban divide

As the UK hotel sector works towards a tentative July 4 opening date, there is a clear divide opening up between rural and resort hotels,

A decade of extended stay in Europe

Countryside concerns

These are sobering times for hospitality worldwide, but the potentially devastating implications of the Coronavirus lockdown for rural UK businesses have been starkly spelled out by Limewood boss Robin Hutson.

A decade of extended stay in Europe

Pressing ahead

While the COVID-19 pandemic has seen thousands of hotels across the world closing for business, the construction of future supply is relatively unaffected, with many developers pressing ahead with their plans.

A decade of extended stay in Europe

Changing agendas

It's probably safe to say that just a few short weeks ago, the launch of a new cleaning standards certification program would not have been the top story on the BHN newsletter.

A decade of extended stay in Europe

Rebrand for Resident

Nadler Hotels' decision to rebrand as The Resident is perhaps an understandable one, given the brand was so intrinsically linked with its founder Robert Nadler.

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