Hotel Designs breaks another traffic record

    Hamish Kilburn
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    Hotel Designs broke its third traffic record in 2018 last week as the website experienced its highest ever month of traffic in October, with 58,427 visitors to the website…

    In the month where the brand hosted The Brit List 2018 as well as publishing its second interactive hotel review, Hotel Designs also reported its highest ever month of traffic with 58,427 visitors to the website.

    November was a popular month for industry news, with many Hotel Designs Recommended Suppliers announcing new products to the international hotel design market, as well as many collecting new accolades for their innovation in design.

    Here are top five stories of November 2018:

    Inside The Brit List 
    Checking in to Hotel Gotham, Manchester’s decadent playground 
    In Conversation with: Patrick McCrae, co-founder and CEO of ARTIQ
    SPOTLIGHT ON: 7 inspiring art and photography hotels from around the world
    Creative Director of HBA London confirmed as headline speaker of Interior Design & Architecture Summit

    “This is a fantastic way to end what has been a successful year for our brand,” explains Katy Phillips, publisher of Hotel Designs. “Whats more, the most popular stories of November included our features around The Brit List, our interactive hotel review on Hotel Gotham and our original Spotlight On features around Art and Photography, proving further that we are publishing engaging stories for our loyal readers.”

    With show season coming to a close, Hotel Designs is now looking ahead to the future. Next year’s Hotel Summit is set to take place on June 3 and 4 at its new home, Heytrop Park in Oxfordshire, and the Interior Design and Architecture Summit will take place on April 29 at Hilton Tower Bridge Hotel, London.

    This month, Hotel Designs is focusing its monthly feature ‘Spotlight On’ around the major products that have dropped in 2018. If know of a product that has launched this year and believe that we should be talking about it, please contact Zoe Gurrier or call +44 (0)1992 374059

    Hamish Kilburn / 03.12.2018


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