All news articles for September 14, 2011

Days Inn Liverpool has been deemed 'the best in Europe'

Days Inn set for international refurbishment

By Luke Nicholls

International hotel chain Days Inn is set to refurbish its entire Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) estate after a specialist hotel contractor recently completed a multi-million pound fit-out of Days Inn Liverpool.

Austrian-born Stefan Neumann is the third winner of the competition

Sud de France sommelier competition winner revealed

By Luke Nicholls

Austrian-born Stefan Neumann from The Fat Duck restaurant in Bray has won the 2011 Sud de France sommelier competition, held at the Maison de la Region Languedoc-Roussillon in Cavendish Square, London.

Mitchells & Butlers board has rejected Piedmont Incs offer

M&B board rejects Piedmont takeover offer

By Emma Eversham

Mitchells & Butlers’ board of directors has rejected a takeover offer from Piedmont Inc, the investment company owned by Bermudan billionaire Joe Lewis.

Travelodge chief exec Guy Parsons is happy with the revenue boost despite the impact of last month's riots

Travelodge reveals £1m cost of riots

By Luke Nicholls

Travelodge has revealed that last month’s riots have cost the chain £1m due to cancellations made during the two-week period surrounding the unrest.

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