Rosalind Mullen

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The Beaumont's Jannes Soerensen on the desperate need to bring tourists back to London

09 September 2020 by

The general manager of the Beaumont hotel in London’s Mayfair spoke to Rosalind Mullen about the difficulties of bringing tourists back to the London luxury hotel market

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Strength in numbers: How hospitality is coming together to help workers manage their mental health when returning to work

26 August 2020 by

Mental health has always been a concern in the high-pressured hospitality workplace, but fallout from Covid-19 means the industry is even more vulnerable as it returns to work.

Help yourself: How hoteliers can steal guests looking for bed, breakfast and evening meal Hotel

Help yourself: How hoteliers can steal guests looking for bed, breakfast and evening meal

19 March 2020 by

Hotels with a great food and beverage offer have a valuable weapon in their arsenal when[...]

Aim for the stars: How the hotel ratings systems are staying relevant for today’s guest Hotel

Aim for the stars: How the hotel ratings systems are staying relevant for today’s guest

13 February 2020 by

Standards in hotels have seen a seismic shift over the past few decades, embracing better facilities[...]

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Hotel design: Mama Shelter

16 January 2020 by

The design-led brand, created a decade ago by the founders of Club Med, has brought its[...]

Why the Grand Brighton won Employer of the Year Catey 2019 People

Why the Grand Brighton won Employer of the Year Catey 2019

21 November 2019 by

As The Caterer hunts for the Top 30 Best Places to Work in Hospitality 2020, we[...]

Why a sustainable procurement policy has to be at the top of your to-do list Business

Why a sustainable procurement policy has to be at the top of your to-do list

25 October 2019

If you’ve put plans for your sustainable procurement policy at the bottom of your to-do list, think again. The Caterer and Nespresso Professional brought together the leaders of the north-west’s top hospitality businesses with a panel of experts at Michael[...]

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Work it: hotels that offer work spaces

09 October 2019

Hotels are realising that their lobbies don’t have to be empty for most of the day – the army of freelancers that have traditionally taken up tables can be moved to a dedicated, paid-for workspace

Hotel design: Gara Rock, Devon Design

Hotel design: Gara Rock, Devon

24 June 2019 by

Aria Resorts has relaunched its south Devon property Gara Rock as a chilled, hip boutique hotel[...]

People power: highlights from The Caterer's People Summit Staffing

People power: highlights from The Caterer's People Summit

31 May 2019 by

A family affair: 70 years and three generations at Jersey's Longueville Manor Hotel

A family affair: 70 years and three generations at Jersey's Longueville Manor

27 May 2019 by

The Best Places to Work in Hospitality 2019 People

The Best Places to Work in Hospitality 2019

17 May 2019 by

Meet the employers who recognise and nurture their people and thereby create a healthy, thriving business

The royal treatment: Guillaume Marly on transforming Hotel Café Royal Archive

The royal treatment: Guillaume Marly on transforming Hotel Café Royal

10 March 2019

Hotel design: Hampton Manor Design

Hotel design: Hampton Manor

03 March 2019

The Hill family transformed a dilapidated care home near Solihull into a restaurant with rooms in 2010, recently unveiling a refurbishment which has created a modern take on traditional British craftsmanship. Rosalind Mullen reports

Jacobs Media Group is honoured to be the recipient of the 2020 Queen's Award for Enterprise.

The highest official awards for UK businesses since being established by royal warrant in 1965. Read more.

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