The UK tourism market is set for a scorching year ahead, as locals and overseas visitors plan to make the most of British hospitality and leisure.
Cheval Residences, a British operator of luxury serviced apartments, has revealed plans to open a new premium property in Qatar capital Doha ahead of the World Cup 2022.
Luxury holiday home group Park Leisure has packed up a £103m investment as the business embarks on new growth amid a CEO change.
The founder of sharing economy business TrustedHousesitters shares his journey from near death to success in a new industry.
Business networking is often done over a beverage or two, so what better way to provide a corporate delight than in the form of a luxury wine tour in France this spring.
Oxfordshire-based Blenheim Palace has given its business strategy an overhaul to shake things up at the venue, as it makes a key play for luxury, corporates and tourism.
As seen on The X Factor, Simon Cowell can be a harsh taskmaster. That said, London Cabaret Club founder Evelina Girling has managed to win the music maestro as a happy customer, while locals and tourists alike are equally impressed with the made in Britain brand.
Six years have passed since Secret Escapes launched to make luxury travel more affordable, so Real Business visited the company’s shiny Holborn office for one-to-one time with CEO and co-founder Alex Saint, a man who you might say is creating Heaven on Earth.
If you prefer your holidays to offer more than just an opportunity to top up your tan and sip on cocktails, you’re not alone. Luxury travel planning network Virtuoso surveyed its advisors to determine the trends that are being experienced in the adventure tourism marketplace.
Ultra-luxury cruise line Crystal Cruises claims its Crystal Mozart is the “world’s most technologically advanced river ship” so, with travel costing upwards of $3,000, the firm has introduced live camera views to provide would-be customers transparency.
With the bank holiday weekend ahead, Barclays has found British SMEs operating in hospitality sectors are experiencing impressive growth as holidaymakers nationwide opt for getaways on UK soil and spend an increasing amount in the process.
Westminster City Council has approved Hollywood star Robert De Niro’s plans to open a luxury 83-room boutique hotel, The Wellington, in London’s Covent Garden.