April 13, 2021


Sleep tight

As the way corporates manage their accommodation spend evolves, Gill Upton investigates how travel managers can make the most of their budgets

Close to home

The development pipeline for the likes of Premier Inn and Travelodge is testament to the UK’s burgeoning hotel sector, writes Catherine Chetwynd


The capital city of Ireland is also the country’s economic centre. Traditionally a hub for textile production, brewing and distilling, it is now a key financial services centre too. Meanwhile, Guinness continues to be brewed in the city some 250 years after the brewery's beginnings in 1759.

Britannia named and shamed as worst UK hotel chain

Britannia Hotels has been ranked the worst large UK hotel chain for the seventh year in a row in an annual survey by Which? Travel.

Radisson RED lines-up London opening

The Radisson Hotel Group will open its third Radisson RED property in the UK next year, with a London opening joining hotels in Glasgow (pictured) and Liverpool.

East Africa

Buoyant economies, abundant resources and a growing population could make East Africa the next big economic success story, and its historic ties to the UK make it a promising prospect for trade cooperation post-Brexit, writes Sasha Wood.


India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and the UK is its third-largest investor. Benjamin Coren discovers the benefits of doing business in this innovative market.

De Niro’s Nobu to add London hotel

Nobu Hospitality - the lifestyle brand created by acclaimed Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa, actor Robert De Niro and Hollywood film producer Meir Teper - will open its second London property early next year.