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Hotel news in UK (United Kingdom)
Room2, the hometel brand, has announced that the new hotel in Chiswick, UK will be opened in December 2021.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced the opening of Hyatt Centric Cambridge hotel in the UK.
Radisson RED has announced the opening of its first hotel, the Radisson RED London Greenwich The O2, in the UK.
Edyn has announced new acquisitions supported by a GBP195 million multi-asset debt facility with BREDS and KSL Capital Partners.
Westin Hotels & Resorts is ready to debut in the UK market in September with a new hotel, The Westin London City.
Edyn announces the launch of Cove, a new serviced apartment brand.
Hyatt Place celebrates the official opening of its new hotel in the UK, Hyatt Place London.
According to the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), the UK will lose up to GBP639 million per day during July if international travel remains off limits.
Whitbread PLC has noticed continued market outperformance in the UK with a strong leisure demand post 17 May.
The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) is calling for world leaders of the G7 countries to lead conversations for a seamless return of international travel to boost the global economic recovery.
Over half a million UK Travel & Tourism jobs could be lost if significant international travel remains off limits this summer
Up to half a million jobs could be lost in the UK Travel & Tourism sector if the government fails to significantly reopen international travel as soon as possible, the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) warned.
WTTC Data Shows U.S. Maintains Position as Biggest Travel & Tourism Market Despite Suffering 41% Slide in GDP
Latest data from the World Travel & Tourism Council shows the U.S. maintained its position as the largest global Travel & Tourism market, despite suffering a huge 41% fall in GDP last year.
WTTC research reveals Travel & Tourism sectors contribution to UK GDP slumped a shocking GBP148 billion in 2020
The World Travel & Tourism Councils annual Economic Impact Report (EIR) reveals that the dramatic collapse of the UK Travel & Tourism sector has wiped out a staggering GBP148 billion from the UK economy. The annual EIR from the WTTC, which represents the global Travel & Tourism private sector, shows the sectors contribution to GDP, dropped by a precipitous 62.3%. Travel & Tourism GDP fell from GBP238 billion (10.1%) in 2019 before the pandemic struck, to just GBP90 billion (4.2%), a mere 12 months later, in 2020.
Premier Inn, the UK’s largest hotel business, is readying itself for summer with five new seaside locations set to open this spring / summer. Together the hotels add 545 bedrooms to Premier Inn’s expanding network in popular coastal and leisure locations across the UK.
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has warned that nearly £27 billion will be lost from the UK economy if the government delays restarting international travel until May 17. The date was set by Prime Minister Boris Johnson when he unveiled the highly anticipated roadmap out of lockdown earlier this week.
Queensgate Investments and Rockwell has now been given the green light by the Greater London Authority (GLA) for the redevelopment of the Kensington Forum, to provide a world-class hotel and serviced apartment scheme alongside 62 genuinely affordable homes and substantial public realm improvements.
A staggering 22 B pounds looks set to be lost from the UK economy due to the collapse of international travel during 2020, according to the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).
Accor is stepping up its ambition in the lifestyle sector with TRIBE, a rapidly expanding midscale brand, which is exceeding initial expectations and planning to open more than 50 hotels globally.
More than 197 million jobs could be lost in the global Travel & Tourism sector if barriers to global travel, such as blanket anti-travel advisories and quarantine measures remain in place, according to new research from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).