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Holiday operator MF Wells back in black to defy ‘challenging year’
MF Wells (Hotels), one of Scotland’s biggest independent tour operators, surged back into the black at the operating ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 17.12.2009

Premier Inn set to signal better times for Scotland’s hotel industry
Scotland’s beleaguered hotel industry could receive a little seasonal cheer this week when the giant Premier Inn is ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 13.12.2009

Scottish hotels outperforming outlets across UK
The Scottish hotel sector is outperforming most of the UK, thanks to its leisure and tourist markets holding up well ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 09.12.2009

US bathroom king buys St Andrews golf hotel
It is one of the world’s most photographed hotels, built in a fit of rebellion against Scotland’s golfing elite.

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© The Herald - Originally published: 05.12.2009

Glasgow hotel plan is safe, insists Dubai group
The developers of the planned Jumeirah luxury hotel in Glasgow have given assurances that the £50 million project ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 28.11.2009

New Indigo boutique hotel to open in Glasgow
An old Victorian office block in the heart of Glasgow's International Financial Services District is to be developed ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 28.09.2009

Duke wins approval for five-star Roxburghe Hotel and Golf Course
The Duke of Roxburghe has won planning approval for the first step in a plan to develop a Borders hotel and golf course ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 05.08.2009

Premier Inn calls in local taxi drivers
Local taxi drivers thoroughly enjoyed a different trip today, after being ‘booked’ by the Premier Inn Livingston ...
- Originally published: 28.07.2009

Turnberry hotel finalises GBP40M makeover
There may have been tears on the carpet at the Turnberry Hotel on Sunday night as five-time Open golf champion and fans' ...
- Originally published: 23.07.2009

Glasgow hotels are beating recession
Hotels in Glasgow are riding out the credit crunch better than anywhere else in the UK.

A new study by ...
- Originally published: 21.07.2009

James Thomson, owner of the Witchery, is named Restaurateur of the Year
At the hospitality industry’s Oscar’s in London this week, James Thomson, owner and creator of the Witchery by the ...
- Originally published: 10.07.2009

Glasgow Central Hotel to get GBP20 million revamp
The Central Hotel in Glasgow city centre, used by some of the world's biggest stars, is to be given a GBP20million ...
- Originally published: 25.06.2009

Style empire Missioni opens hotel in capital
Opening an elite hotel in these straightened economic times may not seem the most sound business move.

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© The Herald - Originally published: 01.06.2009

Balbir picks up a top honour at the Scottish Curry Awards
A Glasgow restaurateur has been named Scotland's Curry King.

Balbir Singh Sumal, who owns Balbirs in the ...
- Originally published: 19.05.2009

Premier Inn celebrates the opening of its latest hotel in Bathgate, West Lothian
Local business people and dignitaries came together yesterday to celebrate the official opening of the new Premier ...
© s1 - Originally published: 07.05.2009

Go-ahead for £26 million hotel on BBC site
A five star spa hotel costing £26million on part of BBC Scotland's former HQ in Glasgow has been given the go-ahead ...
- Originally published: 06.05.2009

Hotel refurbishment on schedule
A GBP30m refurbishment of the Turnberry Hotel that was delayed by a change of contractor last month will be completed ...
- Originally published: 22.04.2009

Thousands of skiers return to Scottish resorts
Scottish ski resorts recorded an increase in visitors this winter despite the country's financial crisis.

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- Originally published: 21.04.2009

Hotel rooms in Aberdeen still cash in despite slump across the market
Hotel rooms in Aberdeen are still generating the highest revenues outside London despite Scottish accommodation ...
- Originally published: 14.04.2009

£5m hotel to get go-ahead on prime city centre site
A £5MILLION hotel is to be built on an "ugly" gap site in Glasgow city centre.

City councillors were today ...
- Originally published: 27.01.2009

 
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