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Today’s news in brief – 22/4/24

The Thames Hotel, a historic establishment in Maidenhead, Berkshire, has been sold for £2.4m after nearly 30 years under the ownership of the Owen family. With 33 bedrooms, a popular bar and restaurant, and a scenic terrace overlooking the River Thames, the hotel has become a local favourite. The sale represents an opportunity for the new owners to inherit a successful business with a loyal customer base and a prime location. The Owen family expressed gratitude to their dedicated staff and wished the new owners success in their venture.

Voco Zeal Exeter Science Park, a sustainable hotel project, reached a milestone with a topping-out ceremony. Scheduled for completion in December, the hotel aims to achieve net-zero carbon emissions, generating its electricity through photovoltaic panels. With a focus on sustainability and local sourcing, the hotel is positioned as a leader in eco-friendly hospitality. Zeal Hotels, in partnership with IHG, aims to set a new standard for environmentally conscious hotels without compromising guest comfort.

Hogarths, a luxury hotel in Solihull, announced the relocation of Toffs restaurant to its premises, under the direction of renowned chef Rob Palmer. With a three AA Rosettes award, Toffs at Hogarths promises to uphold the same standard of excellence in cuisine. Owners Helena and Andy Hogarth expressed excitement about the collaboration, aligning with their vision of providing exceptional hospitality and celebrating British culinary traditions.

Oakley Hall, a luxury hotel in Basingstoke, has joined Classic British Hotels, expanding the group’s portfolio. Situated in the picturesque Hampshire countryside, Oakley Hall offers 50 luxurious bedrooms, dining options, and event spaces, making it an ideal destination for weddings, conferences, and celebrations. The addition of Oakley Hall reflects Classic British Hotels’ commitment to offering exceptional experiences rooted in tradition and hospitality.


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