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    Brit List 2017 Hoteliers Profiles

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    In the coming weeks, Hotel Designs will be profiling the 50 finalists in the HD Brit List 2017 – this week, we start with five of the top 25 hoteliers… MARK BEVAN – CHEWTON GLEN Mark is the definition of someone who has seen many of the sides hospitality has to offer, working his way […]

    July 15-21: Top 10 stories of the week…

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    From hotel openings to product spotlights to everything in between, we collate the top 10 most read stories on Hotel Designs this week… 1. GUEST BLOG: LARRY MOGELONSKY – DIRTY DOZEN OF HOTEL RENOVATION Larry Mogelonsky, Principal at Hotel Mogel Consulting and Chairman at LMA Communications shares his thoughts on a general guideline of twelve […]

    Introducing Swiss Chandolin Boutique Hotel – now open

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    Amid the pines and larch trees of the Valaisian valley, the 25-room Chandolin Boutique Hotel is a holistic expression of archetypal Alpine luxury shot through with an environmentally conscious spirit. Designed by local architecture firm Kittel SA and housed in a typically Swiss grand chalet, the hotel’s architectural identity reflects the natural splendour of its […]

    Amari enters Sri Lanka with beachfront resort in Galle

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    ONYX Hospitality Group, one of Asia’s leading hotel management companies, has launched a brand-new Amari property in Sri Lanka’s historic southwest coastal city of Galle. The 172-room property, located a short distance from the UNESCO World Heritage Galle Fort, is ONYX’s third hotel in Sri Lanka. This hotel is also the group’s third Amari opening […]

    Apex City of Bath Hotel celebrates milestone moment, big reveal

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    The team at Apex City of Bath Hotel is celebrating yet another milestone as the grand opening of the new £35 million property approaches. Contractors have removed the final piece of scaffolding around the hotel’s façade, revealing the building – constructed using Bath stone – in all its glory. Just over 1,000 tonnes of Base […]