All news articles for September 07, 2012

The Bubbledogs restaurant in London is just one example of the fast food goes gourmet’ trend

Gourmet food-on-the-go concepts the Ones to Watch, says Horizons

By Luke Nicholls

Quality ‘food-on-the-go’ has become the key area of growth for the UK’s eating out market, with concepts consistently emerging in transport hubs, shopping centres and busy high street locations as consumers are looking to eat where they want, when they...

The Hotel Price Index reveals that 29 out of 39 UK destinations saw hotel prices either flattening out or falling for the first six months of 2012

Hotel prices fall across the UK

By Luke Nicholls

Despite price hikes in nearly two thirds of hotels in international destinations, nearly three quarters of hotels in the UK have seen prices drop in the first six months of 2012.

Stanbrook Abbey, one of the properties in the Clarenco portfolio of 'amazing retreats', will open 52 bedroom suites in autumn next year

Clarenco plans development of 52 bedroom suites at Stanbrook Abbey

By Peter Ruddick

Following the completion of the first phase of development, Clarenco now plans to open 52 new bedroom suites in Stanbrook Abbey by autumn of next year as part of ambitious plans for the former monastery and the entire portfolio of hotels and exclusive...

Gideon Joffe, owner of MonkeyNuts, Chez Bob and the soon-to-open Chooks

Gideon Joffe: Career Profile

By Emma Eversham

Gideon Joffe, the 32-year-old son of Giraffe founders Russel and Juliette Joffe opened his first restaurant – MonkeyNuts – in Crouch End, North London nine years ago. The restaurateur went on to open Chez Bob in Belsize Park seven years later and he will...


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