Jupiter Hotels expands portfolio with The Talbot Hotel, Ripley

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    Jupiter Hotels, leading UK hotel management company, has signed a management contract to operate The Talbot Hotel in Ripley.

    The announcement follows weeks after Jupiter Hotels signed five Choice Hotels out of administration under a management contract.One of England’s finest coaching inns, the 43-bedroom Talbot Hotel extends Jupiter’s collection of historic hotels. The 4* hotel offers guests a luxurious stay in well appointed and beautifully furnished bedrooms, featuring Flat screen plasma TV with Freeview and free hi-speed wireless internet access. The hotel caters for meetings and weddings up to 120 guests and offers smaller meeting solutions for more intimate events. The hotel restaurant offers modern British cuisine in historic coaching inn surroundings.

    Built in the 15th Century, The Talbot, with its stunning features, quirky characteristics, original oak beams and warm atmosphere is a popular hotel for weddings, all of which will be managed with Jupiter Hotel’s expertise and care.

    Shane Harris, CEO of Jupiter Hotels commented: “We are delighted to announce the addition of The Talbot hotel to our growing portfolio. This is the sixth hotel we have signed in three weeks increasing our portfolio to 32 owned and managed hotels.

    “The signing of this hotel is proof of the confidence our partners have in our ability to successfully manage hotels. The continued growth of our portfolio in the midscale hotel sector is reflective of our commitment and expertise in managing successful mid market hotels in the UK. We will continue to work with hotels across the UK to develop the sector, champion the mid market segment and strengthen and develop our portfolio.”

    The Talbot is conveniently located on Ripley High Street, just off the A3, less than 2 miles from J10 of the M25 and only half an hour from central London. It is also just 20 minutes from both Heathrow and Gatwick international airports.

    Daniel Fountain / 26.04.2014

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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