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Bletchley Park awarded VisitEngland Gold Accolade  

Bletchley Park in Milton Keynes, the former top-secret home of Britain’s World War two Codebreakers and now a museum and heritage attraction, was one of just 17 visitor attractions across the whole of England to be awarded the coveted “Gold” accolade by VisitEngland today. 

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New Director of Hospitality at Top Edinburgh Venue, The Hub

Edinburgh’s stunning landmark events venue, The Hub, has appointed Andrew Burton as Director of Hospitality, Events and Facilities.  
With a remit to expand on the operations side of the business, Andrew brings over 25 years of experience in venue operations, events and hospitality.  


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The Lake District’s Armathwaite Hall Hotel & Spa targets Indian Travel Market

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This January 2020, Simon Steele, general manager at Armathwaite Hall Hotel & Spa, in Keswick within the northern Lake District was amongst 42 representatives from 13 local businesses to travel to India on an Overseas Trade Mission, as part of Visit Britain and Cumbria Tourism’s ‘English Lake District Indian Forum’.

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T'ang Court at The Langham Hong Kong awarded Three Michelin Stars for the fifth consecutive year

The Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2020 has once again crowned T’ang Court at The Langham, Hong Kong with three Michelin stars for the fifth consecutive year.
Offering a fine selection of authentic Cantonese delicacies over the years, T’ang Court has been a Michelin-starred restaurant since 2009 when the guide first launched in Hong Kong and Macau, and has retained its three Michelin-starred status since 2016.


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Svart to open in Norway’s Arctic Circle in 2022, the world’s first energy-positive hotel

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Stilted, Circular Design will Sit Atop the Holandsfjorden Fjord, Enjoying a 360-Degree View of the Svartisen Glacier
The world’s first ‘energy-positive’ hotel, Svart, will open in Norway’s Arctic Circle in 2022. The property will have a 360-degree view of the Svartisen glacier and the sensational Northern Lights. A low-impact, ground-breaking design will allow the project to produce more energy than it uses, consuming approximately 85% less energy than the traditional hotel.


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