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Our Hotel Review of the Year 2019

The hotel world is one of constant change, with openings, closures, and multi-million-pound refurbishments. In the UK, specifically, the last few years have heard…

Wetherspoons celebrates 40 years by opening more hotels

JD Wetherspoon recently marked its 40th birthday by announcing a £200 million investment into its pubs and hotels. The chain, which launched its first…

Hotels at Christmas … Bah Hum Bug, or Ho Ho Ho?

In the UK Christmas can be a complete bonus for hotels, with festive parties generating room nights, high bar bills and decent revenues from…

A plague on Africa’s economy – The impact of disease on the continent’s hotel values

For decades reports of Africa being disease ridden have filled the newspaper columns, and TV screens in the mainstream media. Ebola, Malaria, sleeping sickness,…

The impact of heroin addiction in the Seychelles

The Seychelles is currently suffering from the worst heroin addiction epidemic in the world, with almost one in 10 of the work force and 6.8% of the overall…

Why hotels are used for big announcements

When Brexit party leader Nigel Farage made his announcement last Monday to only target general election seats held by what he called ‘Remainer parties’,…

Focus into Africa

Focus into Africa A spotlight on growth and investment opportunities taking place across Sub-Saharan Africa, were among the main topics for of the 2019…

The Royal African hotel effect

The Royal African hotel effect Last month Prince Harry and Meghan completed their first official joint tour to Southern Africa visiting South Africa, Malawi,…

Tuk Tuk Madness – 3 Countries, 3 Wheels for 1 Cause

David’s latest adventure, lovingly known as Tuk Tuk Madness – 3 countries on 3 wheels for 1 cause! It is a true adventure combining…

Launch of The African Hotel Report at AHIF Addis 2019

For many years now sub-Saharan Africa has been the darling of the business world, with so many compelling reasons why it provides a great…