As a senior reporter, Katherine focuses on hotel news, analysis and features.
Book review: 'Comfort: Recipes to Calm your Fortress' by Gabriella Dyson and Lucy Studley
“In times of uncertainty, we can rely on our kitchens as a source of comfort.”"
UKHospitality launches supplier alliance
Trade body UKHospitality has launched a supplier alliance to push for Government support to help hospitality supplier businesses that will be critical to operators being able to successfully restart.
Best Western docu-series boosts bookings and membership enquiries
Best Western Great Britain has more than doubled its bookings since lockdown and enquiries to join the brand have gone up 200% in just seven days following the transmission of its Channel 4 series, A Very British Hotel Chain: Inside[...]
'We are not slowing up,' confirms Watergate Bay’s Will Ashworth as group announces latest hotel acquisition
Watergate Bay managing director Will Ashworth has confirmed the group is still targeting a collection of five or six Another Place-branded hotels over the next five years, with Amport House in Hampshire announced as the latest addition."
Minute on the clock: Rik Campbell, Kricket
The co-founder of London’s Kricket group of restaurants, tells Katherine Price how reopening will depend on both government restrictions and consumer confidence and why he’s not yet assuming 2020 is a ‘lost year’.
Restaurants and bars in Scotland with outdoor space will reopen earlier
Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon has said that while restaurants, hotels and pubs will not reopen this month, hospitality businesses' outdoor spaces will be able to reopen earlier than indoor spaces.