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Hilton opens in Newcastle and plans Dublin airport hotel

Hilton International has opened the £30m Hilton Newcastle Gateshead and announced an operating deal for Hilton Dublin Airport.
 

International visitors flock to Britain despite terrorism fears

International visitors have been heading to Britain in ever-greater numbers since the beginning of the year, despite terrorism fears and exchange rate fluctuations.
 

Springboard looks to reward excellence

Springboard UK, the organisation promoting careers in hospitality, leisure, travel and tourism, is inviting nominations for its second Annual Springboard Awards.
 

Cendant continues aggressive expansion of Days brands

Cendant Hotel Group Europe has franchised four further Days Inn and Days Hotel properties as part of its expansion plans.
 

Sullivan and Cerullo join Locum

Locum Destination Consultancy (LDC), has added Mark Sullivan to its team as a senior managing consultant.
 

Hilton aims to plug a hole in its London market

Hilton International announced that it had signed a deal with London Bridge Holdings and More London Development, which will increase the number of its hotels in the capital to 15.
 

Hotel figures show signs of recovery

The hotel industry performed well during February, with the London area especially achieving solid growth in occupancy.
 

The Grove to prepare first direct marketing campaign

Luxury London hotel, The Grove, is preparing its first direct marketing campaign which will be aimed at Square Mile workers and will emphasise the hotel’s various facilities including its golfing amenities.
 

Profits drop at Peel

Hotel group Peel has reported a 20 per cent fall in pre-tax profits, blaming a flat economy for its decline.
 

Blackpool plans to go upmarket to boost tourism

Blackpool, the seaside town famous for hosting hen and stag nights, has launched an unprecedented campaign to rid its promenade of sex toys, rude T-shirts and naughty postcards in an effort to improve its image.

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