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Compass Hospitality & Seacare Hospitality Partner to Expand Portfolio in Wales & Scotland

Bangkok, Aug 17, 2018 – In line with its sustained strategy of expansion plans within the UK, Compass Hospitality has once again joined hands with Singapore-based Seacare Hospitality to expand into Wales and Scotland with the acquisitions of The Ivy Bush Royal Hotel in Carmarthen, Wales and Best Western Station Hotel in Dumfries, Scotland.

Both companies have previously partnered together for various acquisitions including the Big Sleep Hotels portfolio (now Citrus Hotels UK) and Best Western Queen’s Hotel in Dundee, with the latter being acquired in November 2017. With the addition of the properties in Carmarthen & Dumfries into the portfolio, Compass Hospitality now operates and manages 16 hotels across the UK since the company’s entry into the market in 2015.

The Ivy Bush Royal Hotel dates from the 18th century and offers 70 en-suite bedrooms set within 1.5 acres. The hotel also includes a range of bar, restaurant and private function spaces, external dining trade areas, leisure facilities such as a gym and sauna, and ample private car park.

The Best Western Station Hotel enjoys a prime location adjacent to Dumfries railway station, at the heart of the town. The traditional Victorian hotel houses 32 bedrooms, a courtyard bistro and a lounge bar overseeing a small landscaped garden, and three bespoke event venues. The hotel is well-established as one of the finest hotels in Dumfries and has undergone constant refurbishment programme.

“The performance trends in Wales and Scotland are positive,” Seacare Hospitality Chief Executive Officer Lim Chye Teen commented. “Scotland, in particular, has outperformed the rest of the UK in terms of average profit conversion, underpinned by robust rate growth. We believe both regions are poised for further growth in the near future and we are confident to partner with Compass Hospitality in our properties”.

“We are thrilled to collaborate again with Seacare on this opportunity. We share the same vision to put an immaculate focus on the operations and leverage on opportunities of the hotels to boost performance,” Compass Hospitality’s Chief Executive Officer, Harmil Singh said. “While both hotels are already performing very well, a combination of the ongoing positive momentum and the synergies created through our comprehensive portfolio of 16 hotels throughout the UK will bolster the hotel performance even further.”

ABOUT US
Compass Hospitality is one of Southeast Asia’s fastest-growing hospitality management companies, managing and operating a wide portfolio of 48 hospitality properties across all market segments. Following the rapid growth in Southeast Asia, we have expanded our presence into the European market in 2015 and have since built our portfolio to 16 hotels across the UK. UK hotels operated by Compass Hospitality are located in Glasgow, Manchester, Leeds, Cardiff, Nottingham, Cheltenham, Oxford, Shrewsbury, Halifax, Eastbourne, Inverness, Coventry, Scarborough, Dundee, Carmarthen and Dumfries.

With 4 distinctive brands, Compass, Citrus, Citin, Ananda, and alongside our Compass Collection which includes individually branded hotels and resorts, Compass manages and operates hotels, resorts, executive serviced apartments and spas located in Thailand, Malaysia, and the UK.

MEDIA CONTACTS

MATTHEW WELLBOURN
Executive Vice President, UK Operations
[email protected]
T: +44 2073 120000
M: +44 7771 756300

NICHOLA WORTHINGTON
National Account Manager, UK
[email protected]
T: +44 161 682 7254
M: + 44 7377 877721

PANITCHAYA (SOM) DUNGPROM
Senior Cluster eCommerce Manager, UK Cluster
[email protected]
T: +66 2 126 8282
M: +66 93 979 9556

COMPASS HOSPITALITY UK HEAD OFFICE
The Victoria Hotel, Hollinwood Ave, Chadderton, Oldham, OL9 8DE

COMPASS HOSPITALITY THAILAND HEAD OFFICE
Suite 10/91, Trendy Office Tower, 5th floor, 10 Sukhumvit Soi 13, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

www.compasshospitality.com

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Top 10 things you can do in Bangkok during Singapore National Holidays

Happy National Holiday , Dear Singaporean ! We have prepared a Q&A Free Night Winning Campaign to celebrate for this festival ! Join us and Win  https://www.facebook.com/CompassHospitality/!

This is The Best Time for Sightseeing & Shopping in Bangkok City

Thailand is known as the land of smile and takes a look at what you can do in Bangkok, a city which offers you a fascinating, exciting and incredible experiences in your travel journey. Like many other capital cities Bangkok never goes to sleep, there is always a hive of activity as people work around the clock in their various professions.

With eight million inhabitants living within the city you will find yourself encountering every walk of life, from the super poor to the mega-rich they all congregate in the one city and each feels at home as the other.

1. Visit The Reclining Buddha

A visit to Wat Pho is a must for any traveller to Bangkok, it is the home to the Reclining Buddha which stands at fifteen metres tall and forty-six metres long, the feet alone are measured at over five meters. The whole statue is covered in gold leaf and looks incredible when you get up close. Inside the temple, there are 108 bowls and on the way into the temple, you can buy coins for the bowls. The history behind this is that Buddha completed 108 positive actions on his way to becoming perfect. Whilst you are at the temple you can also stop for a while to receive a traditional Thai Massage

2. Visit Grand Palace

Of all the places to visit in Bangkok, the Grand Palace is the most famous attraction there is. You simply cannot move onto another city until you have taken the time to visit here. The palace at one time was the king’s home as well as the place where the government of Thailand carried out their work. A trip to the palace can take many hours as there are over 214,000 sq. meters to cover. Be aware of potential scams when outside the palace and only pay the entrance fee when you are actually going in.

3. Hop on Hop Off Bangkok Sky Train

There is only one way to get around Bangkok at any speed whilst keeping cool and that is to jump aboard one of the sky trains. With air-conditioned carriages, there is no better way to get around. In most instances, you are high above the traffic below giving you a view of the city but also the train takes the most direct route. With nearly every part of Bangkok, you would want to visit having a train station, travel could not be simpler. Sky Train travel is included in the Bangkok City Pass.

4. Take a trip around Train Market

The new Rot Fai Market in the Ratchada area of Bangkok is bringing the same convivial night bazaar feel, antiques curios, and street food snacks and treats from its original location, into an area of the city that is much easier to access thanks to the nearby Cultural Centre MRT Underground Station. Although the Srinakarin branch is much larger, it is also way out in the suburbs of Bangkok, making it challenging for people who find themselves on the other side of the city. This new Train Market is more central and compact, meaning it’s easier to pop in for a spot of browsing anytime from 18:00 to 24:00, Thursday to Sunday.

5. Shop Till You Drop At Siam Paragon

The high-end shopper’s paradise, a hugely popular shopping mall that houses many different shops for high-end fashion designers, Southeast Asia’s largest aquarium, a huge multiplex cinema and enough restaurants to feed you for a lifetime. There are over 250 shops inside the mall, most of which are frequented by the well-heeled Thai’s and foreigners. Various car manufacturers including Ferrari and Lamborghini also have showrooms within the complex so if you have deep pockets you are sure to find what you are looking for.

6. Take A Stroll Through Lumpini Park

At over 500,000 sq. meters Lumpini Park providers the people of Bangkok with a much-needed break from the hustle and bustle of the city. The name of the park originated from the Lord Buddha who was born in Nepal. It is not unusual when you walk through the park to see the older Thai generation practising their Thai Chi or a romantic couple relaxing by the side of the lake. At the weekends the park is full of people taking part in all sorts of activities so a great time to go is early morning or just before sunset.

7. Explore the Bangkok Nightlife

Bangkok is famous for its nightlife scene and grown pretty big over the years. There’s exciting nightclubs, amazing rooftop bars, hip cocktail bars and much more. There’s the adult-themed Soi Cowboy and Patpong, the party scene at Khao San Road and lot’s of clubs to dance the night away. Want to party with like-minded travellers?

8. Participating Art Events Happening around

There are quite a few of arts events happening around.one of these was found in the jem factory named “Dear Darkness”. It is an event to raise the awareness of epilepsy. The artist is suffering from this sickness, a neurological disorder marked by sudden recurrent episodes of sensory disturbance, loss of consciousness, or convulsions, associated with abnormal electrical activity in the brain. It’s an impressive piece of artworks he created which lead us into his world to experience how it’s like of having epilepsy.

9. Visit Vimanmek Mansion

Vimanmek Mnsion known as Largest golden teak wood building in the world Largest golden teak wood building in the world. A great way to get an idea of how the Thai Royals lived is to visit the Vimanmek Palace in Dusit district in Bangkok.

The Palace was constructed in its current location in the year 1900 by King Chulalongkorn (Rama V). Originally, the Palace was constructed as a Summer Palace on the island of Koh Sichang in the Gulf of Thailand in Chonburi Province, where King Mongkut and King Chulalongkorn used to come to enjoy a holiday. In 1900, the Palace was dismantled and rebuilt as Vimanmek Mansion in its current location in Dusit district in Bangkok.

The Palace, which is also known as Vimanmek Mansion, is the largest golden teak wood building in the world and was built without using a single nail. Vimanmek Palace was built in European style using Thai construction methods.

10. Explore Chinatown in Bangkok

Yaowarat Road, also known as Chinatown Bangkok, is the home of Bangkok’s Chinese community. By day, it doesn’t look any different from other parts of Bangkok, but this big street has some hidden gems waiting to be explored. When night falls, the neon signs blazing with Chinese characters are turned on and many eateries spill out onto the streets filled with foodies.

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10 Reasons to Visit Manchester

What city has beautiful architecture, loads of culture, and plays host to perhaps the most renowned football club on earth? That’s right – Manchester! No matter who you are or what you are interested in, there’s something for you to enjoy in this amazing city. 

There is more than a single popular district

With bright street art, small shops, and local bars with a lot of personalities, the Northern Quarter is often regarded as the trendiest neighborhood in Manchester. However, it definitely isn’t the only one! Right by the Northern Quarter is Ancoats, home to a number of restaurants and cafes as well as great shopping options. Just a short distance away is the slightly wilder Chorlton, busy West Didsbury, and the food center Altrincham.

Manchester never sleeps

At night, Manchester takes on a different persona. If you enjoy the nightlife, you’ll enjoy a night out in the city for a great party. Set course for the Northern Quarter if you want some good craft beer or a creative mixed drink in a local bar. If you want a slightly classier experience, opt for Spinningfields instead.

Your food options are endless

Grabbing a quick meal always turns into a culinary experience in Manchester. If you’re craving Indian, Thai, or Vietnamese, Manchester has got you covered. You don’t always have to dine in fancy restaurants – there are markets and other small food establishments that you can try if you want a more laid-back vibe. Don’t forget to take a trip to Altrincham market to enjoy a memorable foodie experience.

The view is something to remember

Manchester isn’t just grey streets and rain – there are plenty of gorgeous landscape views to take in. From moors and coastlines to majestic woodlands, a short drive is all you need to take a pleasant hike and grace your eyes with the amazing view.

Northerners are friendly

The people of Manchester are affable, and most will be more than happy to lend you a hand or strike up a conversation. You’ll make friends, although you should probably avoid asking whether they are fans of United or City.

They are host to one of the most renowned football clubs

Even if you aren’t a Manchester United fan, it is clear that they are one of the most renowned football clubs on earth. Mancunians are well acquainted with this team being mentioned as soon as they say they hail from Manchester. The National Football Museum is currently located in Manchester – we highly recommend football aficionados to stop by.

Artistic culture in Manchester can be compared to London

You don’t need to hit up the capital for a dose of art. Manchester hosts quite a number of small, independent exhibits, showrooms, and other events. Besides that, Manchester also hosts Whitworth Gallery. This acclaimed hall includes pieces by prominent artists such as Andy Warhol and Cornelia Parker.

Music lovers’ ears will be thankful

Whether you enjoy older tunes or more recent jams, there are a great many options for music enthusiasts. You can enjoy smaller, local venues, or magnificent halls (The Albert Hall, for instance) depending on your preference.

Manchester’s Christmas markets will get you into the mood

Manchester’s Christmas markets are as festive as ever. Despite the overpriced trinkets and hordes of people, there’s nothing better during the holiday season than a cup of mulled wine, with some holiday pastries and the people you love around you.

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Compass World Cup Bonanza

Football fever is spreading across the globe, and all of us at Compass Hospitality are excited as well! An event which we have waited for 4 years, is just a few days away. Hence celebrating this epic affair which is known as the Football World Cup 2018, we at Compass Hospitality organizing our “Compass World Cup Bonanza”. Participate in our campaign at our official facebook account and get an opportunity to win many fabulous dining prizes & free room nights at our hotels in Thailand (Bangkok, Pattaya & Chiang Mai), Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru & Langkawi) & UK (Cardiff, Cheltenham, Coventry, Dundee, Eastbourne Glasgow, Halifax, Inverness, Leeds, Nottingham, Manchester, Oxford & Shrewsbury)

How does this campaign work?

First Phase (14th June to 28th June): Just make a correct prediction on the results on the round robin or group stage game of the world cup 2018 & get chance to win our exclusive dining gift in Hotels in Thailand, Malaysia & UK. 3 winners would be selected per game.

Second Phase (30th June to 7th July): Just make a correct scoreline prediction on the results on Round of 16 Stage & Quarter Final games of the world cup 2018 & get chance to win our exclusive dining gift & exclusive room discount. 5 winners would be selected per game.

Third Phase (10th July to 14th July): Just make a correct scoreline prediction on the results on Semi Final & Third Place game of the world cup 2018 & get chance to win our exclusive dining gift & exclusive room discount. 5 winners would be selected per game.

Final Phase (15th July): Just make a correct scoreline prediction on the results on Semi Final & Third Place game of the world cup 2018 & get a chance to win our exclusive dining gift & free night. 10 winners would be selected per game.

How to Play this Campaign?

First Phase: Tag one of your friend along with the predicted result of the game plus hashtag destination & compass dining in the comment section of our Facebook post.
Example: England Win #Bangkok #CompassDining

Remaining Phases: Tag one of your friend along with the predicted scoreline of the game plus hashtag destination & compass dining/ compass hotels as per your desire to win dining or room prize in the comment section.
Example: England Win 1-0 #Cardiff #CompassHotels/#CompassDining

**Prediction is to be made on first 90-minute score only. In case of the game going to extra time or penalty than your prediction on winner & scoreline of first 90 minutes is only required.

Here is the list of participating hotels & amazing prizes that are in store for you.

First Phase:

Hotels in Bangkok Prize
Admiral Premier Free Lunch Set For 1
Citrus 11 Discount 10% on Food & Beverage
The Continent Hotel Free two bottle of beer
Compass Sky View Pints of Italian Craft draught beers at Mojjo Rooftop Lounge & Bar
Adelphi Grande Discount 30% on Food & Beverage
Galleria 10 20% Discount on F&B
Galleria 12 20% Discount on F&B
Hotels in Pattaya Prize
Citrus Parc Free Glass of Beer
Citrus Grande Discount 10% on Food & Beverage
Hotel In Chiang Mai Prize
Art Mai Gallery Hotel Discount 10% on Food & Beverage
Hotel in Malaysia Prize
Citrus Johor Bahru Discount 10% on Food & Beverage
Citin Seacare Pudu Discount 10% on Food & Beverage
Citin Masjid Jamek Discount 10% on Food & Beverage
Hotel in UK Prize
Lace Market Discount 10% on Food & Beverage
White Swan Discount 10% on Food & Beverage

Phase 2

Hotels in Bangkok Prize
Admiral Premier Free Lunch Set For 1 or 25% Discount on Room Rates
Citrus 11 Discount 25% on Food & Beverage or 25% Discount on Room Rates
The Continent Hotel Free Pizza & Bottle of Beer
Compass Sky View 20% discount on best available rate for a Grand Premier room Plus Complementary Pizza & 2 glasses of Red or White wine from selected wine list
Adelphi Grande Discount 30% on Food & Beverage or 25% Discount on Room Rates
Galleria 10 20% Discount on F&B
Galleria 12 20% Discount on F&B
Citin Pratunam 25% Discount on Room Rates
Omni Tower 25% Discount on Room Rates
Aspen Suites 25% Discount on Room Rates
Admiral Suites 25% Discount on Room Rates
Hotels in Pattaya Prize
Citrus Parc Discount 10% on Food & Beverage or 25% Discount on Room Rates
Citrus Grande Discount 20% on Food & Beverage or 25% Discount on Room Rates
Hotel In Chiang Mai Prize
Art Mai Gallery Hotel Discount 10% on Food & Beverage or 15% Discount on Room Rates
Hotel in Malaysia Prize
Citrus Johor Bahru Discount 10% on Food & Beverage & 15% Discount on Room Rates
Citin Seacare Pudu Discount 10% on Food & Beverage & 15% Discount on Room Rates
Citin Masjid Jamek Discount 10% on Food & Beverage & 15% Discount on Room Rates
Hotel in UK Prize
Lace Market Discount 25% on Food & Beverage or 10% Discount on Room Rates
White Swan Discount 25% on Food & Beverage

Phase 3

Hotels in Bangkok Prize
Admiral Premier Free Lunch Set For 1 or 50% Discount on Room Rates
Citrus 11 Complimentary a Set of Tapas or 50% Discount on Room Rates
The Continent Hotel Free Welcome Drink for 2
Compass Sky View Stay 2 nights pay one only in a Sky Grand Executive room (BAR rate) +  cocktail or mocktail of your choice with 3 bar snacks at Vanilla Sky rooftop Bar
Adelphi Grande Discount 30% on Food & Beverage or 50% Discount on Room Rates
Galleria 10 20% Discount on F&B
Galleria 12 20% Discount on F&B
Citin Pratunam 50% Discount on Room Rates
Omni Tower 50% Discount on Room Rates
Aspen Suites 50% Discount on Room Rates
Admiral Suites 50% Discount on Room Rates
Hotels in Pattaya Prize
Citrus Parc Free Happy Hour From 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm or 50% Discount on Room Rates
Citrus Grande Discount 25% on Food & Beverage or 50% Discount on Room Rates
Hotel In Chiang Mai Prize
Art Mai Gallery Hotel Discount 15% on Food & Beverage & 20% Discount on Room Rates
Hotel in Malaysia Prize
Citrus Johor Bahru Discount 10% on Food & Beverage & 20% Discount on Room Rates
Citin Seacare Pudu Discount 10% on Food & Beverage & 20% Discount on Room Rates
Citin Masjid Jamek Discount 10% on Food & Beverage & 20% Discount on Room Rates
Hotel in UK Prize
Lace Market Discount 50% on Food & Beverage or 50% Discount on Room Rates
White Swan Discount 35% on Food & Beverage

Final Phase

Hotels in Bangkok Prize
Admiral Premier Complimentary Stay for 1 Nights with Free Breakfast
Citrus 11 Complimentary a Set of Tapas with House Wine or Complimentary Stay for 1 Nights
The Continent Hotel Complimentary Stay for 2 Nights with Free Breakfast
Compass Sky View Complementary stay in a Sky Executive Suite + Complementary dinner for 2 at Prime plus restaurant for a value of THB 2.5K
Adelphi Grande Complimentary Stay for 1 Nights with Free Breakfast
Citin Pratunam Complimentary Stay for 1 Nights with Free Breakfast
Omni Tower Complimentary Stay for 1 Nights with Free Breakfast
Aspen Suites Complimentary Stay for 1 Nights with Free Breakfast
Admiral Suites Complimentary Stay for 1 Nights with Free Breakfast
Hotels in Pattaya Prize
Citrus Parc Complimentary Stay for 1 Nights with Free Breakfast
Citrus Grande Complimentary Stay for 2 Nights with Free Breakfast
Hotel In Chiang Mai Prize
Art Mai Gallery Hotel Complimentary Stay for 2 Nights with Free Breakfast
Hotel in UK Prize
White Swan Hotel Complimentary Stay for 1 Nights with Free Breakfast
Lion Hotel Complimentary Stay for 1 Nights with Free Breakfast
Citrus  Hotel Cardiff Complimentary Stay for 1 Nights with Free Breakfast
Citrus Hotel Cheltenham Complimentary Stay for 1 Nights with Free Breakfast
Citrus Hotel Eastbourne Complimentary Stay for 1 Nights with Free Breakfast
Lace Market Complimentary Stay for 2 Nights with Free Breakfast
Hawkwell house Complimentary Stay for 1 Nights with Free Breakfast
Victoria Hotel Complimentary Stay for 2 Nights with Free Breakfast
Citrus Hotel Coventry Complimentary Stay for 1 Nights with Free Breakfast
Best Western Plus Milford Complimentary Stay for 2 Nights with Free Breakfast
Best Western Queen Dundee Complimentary Stay for 1 Nights with Free Breakfast
Goglasgow Hotel Complimentary Stay for 1 Nights with Free Breakfast

Policy:

  • All F&B prizes are valid from till 30th August & all winner would be hand e-voucher or special code that needs to be presented on the venue.
  • All room related prize are subject to availability & prize can be claimed in between 15th July to 31st
  • Campaign post would be made on the day of match & contest would end before the start of the game of each day.
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Compass Hospitality to Manage GoGlasgow Urban Hotel in Scotland

Bangkok, May 16, 2018 – Compass Hospitality is set to expand its management portfolio with the signing of GoGlasgow Urban Hotel in Glasgow, Scotland. The addition of the hotel into the portfolio solidifies the company’s sustained strategy of a wider expansion push across the UK, making the hotel as its 14th property under management in the UK since the company’s expansion into the market in 2015.

Conveniently situated in the vicinity of the Ibrox Stadium, Scotland’s third largest football stadium and home base of Glasgow’s Ranger FC, the hotel boasts 117 bedrooms, the GoGrill all-day-dining restaurant, and two large bespoke event rooms with a total capacity of 350 guests. The hotel also benefits from easy access to Scotland’s largest exhibition center, the Scottish Event Campus (“SEC”), which includes the SEC Center, SEC Armadillo and SSE Hydro. The hotel underwent comprehensive refurbishment in late 2015 and is a popular destination for sports travelers in Scotland’s most populous city.

Harmil Singh, CEO of Compass Hospitality, said: “This strategic expansion in Glasgow highlights our longstanding commitment to expand in fast-growing markets as well as our confidence in the UK market. We look forward to continue growing the business and developing its already-solid customer base.”

Matthew Welbourn, Executive Vice President of Operations in the UK, added: “We are thrilled to add such a strategically located hotel and to grow our presence in Glasgow. The hotel was repositioned following refurbishment 2 years ago and has since shown robust growth with excellent customer feedback following the development. We strongly believe the synergy created between the solid hotel team and our wide coverage of online presence will further cement the hotel’s performance going forward.”


 

About Compass Hospitality

Compass Hospitality is one of Southeast Asia’s fastest-growing hospitality management companies, managing and operating a wide portfolio of 45 hospitality properties across all market segments. Following the rapid growth in Southeast Asia, we have expanded our presence into the European market in 2015 and has since built our portfolio to 14 hotels across the UK. UK hotels operated by Compass Hospitality are located in Glasgow, Manchester, Leeds, Cardiff, Nottingham, Cheltenham, Oxford, Shrewsbury, Halifax, Eastbourne, Inverness, Coventry, Scarborough and Dundee.

With 4 distinctive brands, Compass, Citrus, Citin, Ananda and alongside our Compass Collection which includes individually branded hotels and resorts, Compass manages and operates hotels, resorts, executive serviced apartments and spas located in Thailand, Malaysia, and the UK.

Media Contacts

Matthew Welbourn
Executive Vice President, UK Operations
[email protected]
T: +44 2073 120000
M: +44 7771 756300

Nick Greaves
Vice President Operations, Sales and Marketing UK
[email protected]
M: +44 7825277120

Compass Hospitality UK Head Office: The Victoria Hotel, Hollinwood Ave, Chadderton, Oldham, OL9 8DE

Panitchaya (Som) Dungprom
Senior Cluster eCommerce Manager, UK Cluster
[email protected]
T: +66 2 126 8282
M: +66 93 979 9556

Compass Hospitality Thailand Head Office: Suite 10/91, Trendy Office Tower, 5th floor, 10 Sukhumvit Soi 13, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
www.compasshospitality.com

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BEST WESTERN PLUS Milford Hotel had entered CHS Awards 2018

Lord Sugar will see you now…

The Boardroom.

Is it a scary and intimidating arena of darkness or a humble room filled to the brim with opportunity for those with the passion and skill to seize it? Two sides of the same coin.

Since the dawn of mankind, humans have grouped together to discuss progress and projects back when the very first meetings were arranged to brainstorm erecting the iconic boulders at Stonehenge through to the performance reviews which the management team responsible for building the great pyramids of Giza must have no doubt had to endure. Oh yes, we as a race have continually understood that organised meetings are the best way to get people together in order to communicate ideas and achieve greatness. Born out of these humble meetings became one of the largest, most respected and most important industries in the world – Meetings and Events.

Our Boardroom at the Best Western Plus Milford Hotel has been the theatrical setting for some of greatest meetings ever to take place in God’s own powerhouse county of Yorkshire.

Set as we are by the side of the Great North Road which was for centuries one of the most important roads in Great Britain, linking together as it does two great nations through their respective capitals Edinburgh and London. It’s still easy to imagine on a cold night the clip, clip-clopping of a Black Bess mounted Dick Turpin on his legendry final journey from London to York passing the front of our prominent local hotel. The difference being these days where once the road was lined with coaching inns for weary travellers on the road to dismount and enjoy an ale, we now have the some of the finest hotels and state of the art venues in the world for industry professionals to park up, unwind and meet together with like-minded individuals.

The importance of holding coordinated meetings along this highway is something that has been understood for centuries and private meeting rooms in coaching houses and secluded corners in taverns from the days of yore would eventually give way to the modern boardroom and these are relied on in the present day more than ever.

Some of the finest companies have hired their best employees within these four walls and conversely, some stern disciplinaries have also been undertaken. So rare is it that a room can hold such different fates for those individuals engaged in career depending battle royales.

Indeed, our Boardroom puts everyone in the spotlight. From gritty company audits to outstanding business reviews, delicate conference calls to anticipation building waiting areas our Boardroom here at the Best Western Plus Milford Hotel is a no-nonsense meeting space for serious business discussions.

Above all, we believe a boardroom should be understated, classy and private. A room that puts your meeting first. Gimmick free and humble.

At the heart of the Boardroom at the Best Western Plus Milford Hotel is the solid, dark wood, reliable and unjudging oval shaped boardroom table. As soon as you enter the room our table sets the tone. A tone that echoes with class and quality (quality, quality). Fifteen stone of unforgiving English wood held aloft by two unyielding chrome legs.

Three well framed, classic French drawings of globe designs adorn the walls, their purpose is to set the tone of the meeting and help encourage a creative mindset and safe setting for delegates to crunch figures and solve problems as they journey across the perilous sea of industrial finance and traverse huge graphical mountain ranges on Microsoft Excel (or Mac equivalent).

The Boardroom can accommodate a maximum of six ‘titans’ at once so businesses have to carefully select their most prudent gladiators to enter the arena to get the best possible results for their respective companies.

Boardrooms are the engine rooms of modern-day business and like any engine, they need to be looked after by specialists. The staff at the Best Western Milford Hotel are our precision engineers who understand that instead of oil and combustion – these engines run on a steady supply of coffee and water. Delegates need to be primed in order to engage and get the most out of their hire for the room.

Sometimes meetings only last for an hour, others last for days. What is key for any meeting that we are honoured to play host to, is that the time frame is understood, respected and adhered to. From the precise delivery time of their freshly ground aromatic coffee to the painstaking creation of each delegate place – complete with cooled mineral water, sweet cordials, fresh fruit, ample delegate paper and reliable pens – the organiser’s schedule has to come first. That is the tune to which we dance. Respect for the schedule is the cornerstone of delivering a successful meeting, without respect the meeting all falls apart.

As with Arthur’s table at Camelot, our boardroom table has no place for a head. All who sit at the table are equal, all voices are heard – except of course for the one who takes the minutes, they don’t speak – this is often the first great role to be decided at the very top of the meeting. All factors are considered including handwriting, spelling ability, and previous reliability until a worthy candidate is handed this honourable and responsible role.

With each place setting including delegate paper and pens, every meeting attendee is a potential candidate for this master of the minutes role, an equal playing field for all men and women, young and old, although only the worthiest will eventually be gifted the honour.

Now, with the minute taker decided, the battle lines are drawn in the shape of the meeting agenda.

Laptops at dawn. Somewhere there is a bullet point with your name on it.

Six or seven pre-determined points of interest. Not everyone has their eyes on the same points. What is most likely is that there is one point in the agenda that each of our heroes specialises in. They’ve done their preparation and their PowerPoint slides speak for themselves. The preparation that had to be submitted by close of play on the Friday before this meeting and all did…eventually.

As the projector begins to wake and opens its weary eyes to focus on the well-kept screen in front of it, it knows nothing of the importance in what it is destined to show or the journey it will take over the course of the day. A projector doesn’t discriminate and only speaks the truth. Never fear oh little projector, do your job and show us ours. Projector joins with Laptop and Laptop in turn, connects with Speakers but finishing this glorious ensemble of orchestral information is the constant stream of free WiFi provided by Router. Router unlocks a world of information and expands the four walls of the humble boardroom onto another platform infinite in its size without boundaries. All of the knowledge in the universe is now only a finger tap away.

The lighting has been adjusted to ease the delegate’s eyes ready to digest the information in front of them. Blackout curtains closed. Spotlights are still on though, so to give the players in this rumble a fair chance of note taking and addressing each other.

Now we are ready to meet.

Coffee and tea are on a steady flow into the suite as information, excuses, reasons, and questions are routinely shouted, passed, whispered and muttered around the room or under abated breath. Some grow in their seats while others shrink.  Where oh where is that paper you had last night? You’re sure you packed it – you saw it this morning. In to the minutes it goes, a message under ‘Action’ follows up information to be sent as a matter of urgency. Close of Play. Close of Play? This is no game – this is business.

The whistle goes for the pre-determined halftime break (it was in the agenda) as the buffet is effortlessly paraded into the room by our experienced industry professionals. Barriers drop as delegates receive the treats from the friendly faced smiling hotel staff. Then they tuck into their well-deserved meals. Keep your strength up – you’re going to need it for this next round.

Well-fed and with a second wind, the delegates ready themselves as the meeting recommences. Hatches are battened down as our champions sail through the stormy waters of agenda points four, five and six and get to the eventual sigh and handshake of a successful meeting completed. Everyone now knows what they must do before the next. Lines are drawn and effort will be applied over this next month or quarter.

With blagged heads and full bellies each delegate exits stage right, the arena has done its job. Ready to be turned down and around for the next bout and as these tired and weary delegates start their respective journeys home they think back to the setting of that meeting. A boardroom sure, but never boring.

Now, the hotel supervisor picks up the events sheet to file away and turns to the catering team;

“Any other business?” asked with confidence and humility.

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Compass Hospitality to Rebrand Big Sleep Hotel Group to Citrus Hotels

Compass Hospitality will be rebranding the Big Sleep Hotels in Cardiff, Cheltenham and Eastbourne to the company’s own Citrus brand of hotels. Having first debuted the Citrus brand in Coventry earlier last year, the decision to expand reflects the company’s confidence in the brand to continually push for higher standards while driving business growth. All three hotels will officially commence operations under the Citrus brand from 1st February 2018.

The Citrus brand emphasises quality and professionalism throughout its services, while remaining dedicated to delivering competitive and affordable prices for business and leisure travellers alike. Each of the three properties have undergone substantial refurbishments towards improving product standards as well as in generating attractive selling points. These refurbishments have breathed new life into the hotels, and provide the new brand name with a strong foundation to reposition the properties in their respective markets.

The Citrus Hotel Cardiff boasts 83 rooms, in a prime location directly opposite the popular event venue, The Motorpoint Arena. As well as being just minutes away from the railway station and city centre. With the completion of a GBP1.2 million investment into the property and its facilities including a new reception area, the hotel reflects the Citrus ethos of crisp yet comfortable modernism.

The Citrus Hotel Cheltenham has 60 bedrooms plus two meeting rooms with private car park. The hotel is located in the shopping hub along Bath Road and is a short distance to Cheltenham Town Hall and Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum. With continuing refurbishment of both bedrooms and public areas, the hotel is set to play its role in the busy Cheltenham hotel scene with the multitude of festivals which are drawn to this historic town.

The Citrus Hotel Eastbourne houses 50 bedrooms and two meeting rooms, and enjoys beautiful views of the English Channel across the Western Lawns. It is located 400 metres from Eastbourne Town Centre, a 10-minute walk from Eastbourne Pier, and is a 5-minute drive away from Beachy Head’s White Cliffs. With large family rooms and spacious suites, this period property showcases high ceilings and original features as well as its modern newly refurbished décor.

Compass Hospitality’s President and CEO, Harmil Singh added: “The importance of building a brand network cannot be understated in a market where distribution and resources are better managed through standardization and consolidation. We know this from our experience back in Asia, where it has helped us build strong relationships with our various partners and stakeholders. With this latest expansion we should see greater efficiencies and returns to scale, both of which are welcome opportunities in an industry where margins are tight and competition is unyielding.”

Matthew Welbourn, Executive Vice President of Operations in the UK, said: “On top of the financial investments made into refurbishing the properties, there has also been a lot of strategic work done to ensure that the brand transition is straightforward and smooth. We are actively engaged in diversifying our business mix, as well as in refining our revenue and marketing strategies to ensure that we utilise every opportunity that this rebranding will bring. The initial responses to the refurbishments have already been positive, and so we are already off to a good start.”

Notes to editors

Compass Hospitality, is one of Southeast Asia’s established hospitality management companies. The group manages and operates a wide portfolio of 45 hospitality properties across all market segments. Brand identities include Compass Hotels & Suites, Citrus Hotels, Citin Hotels and Ananda Resorts and Spas. Compass’ portfolio includes hotels, resorts, executive serviced apartments and spas located in Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Pattaya in Thailand; in Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru and Pulau Langkawi in Malaysia; and in Shrewsbury, Halifax, Cardiff, Cheltenham, Eastbourne, Nottingham, Oxford, Manchester, Inverness, Leeds, Coventry, Scarborough and Dundee in the UK.

 

For more information please visit:

www.citrushotelcardiff.co.uk

www.citrushotelcheltenham.co.uk

www.citrushoteleastbourne.co.uk

Media Contacts

Matthew Welbourn

Executive Vice President, UK Operations

[email protected]

T:  +44 2073 120000

M:+44 7771 756300


Nick Greaves

Vice President Operations, Sales and Marketing UK

[email protected]

M:+44 7825 277120

Compass Hospitality UK Head Office: The Victoria Hotel, Hollinwood Ave, Chadderton, Oldham, OL9 8DE

Panitchaya (Som) Dungprom

Senior Cluster eCommerce Manager, UK Cluster

[email protected]

T:  +66 2 126 8282

M:+66 93 979 9556

Compass Hospitality Thailand Head Office: Suite 10/91, Trendy Office Tower, 5th floor, 10 Sukhumvit Soi 13, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

www.compasshospitality.com

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The UK’s Great Christmas Markets Destination 2017

Many people wonder where to go to celebrate Christmas and New Year’s Eve in the UK. While we have a host of special festive activities at our Compass Hospitality Hotels, here is our guide to what else is going on across the country.

Undeniably, Christmas Markets are the go to festive hub for many people in December. Originating in the German speaking regions of Europe in the Late Middle Ages, with the very first taking place in Bautzen in 1384! Christmas Markets are now popular throughout the world, including many key UK locations.

Source: http://www.germany.travel/

Christmas in Manchester

If you are feeling festive, Manchester is the place to be this December. For modern comfort only 5 miles from Manchester City Centre, The Victoria Hotel is your ideal base to explore the festivities. For more information about what the hotel is up to this December, click here!

The Manchester Christmas market spreads across the city center, including some 300 traders offer mouth-watering international food, drinks and delicately crafted Yuletide gifts in the heart of this buzzing city. Furthermore, the family friendly site on Cathedral Gardens has its own ice rink, so plenty to keep the kids happy.

What we can’t wait to eat and drink in 2017
A cup or two of nice warm Mulled wine never go wrong with Christmas. Last year blackberry and apple mulled wine or an Amaretto and strawberry blend from The Mill made an appearance. Who know what brew will surprise us this year!

Source: http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk

Nottingham Christmas Market

For a truly magical Christmas, head to the historic streets of Nottingham. With the beautiful Lace Market Hotel dressed to impress, offering exceptional service and sumptuous Christmas treats, this is a highlight not to be missed. For more information, click here!

The Nottingham Ice rink

A beautifully lit Christmas tree is the centerpiece to an impressive 40ft ice rink! Book early via the website below to avoid disappointment: Click here for ice rink!

The Nottingham Ice Bar

The 2-story ice bar is located beside the ice rink; selling ales, mulled wine, spiced cider and hot toddies, all to warm you up after your excursions on the ice.

Winter Wonderland Nottingham opens from:

Friday 17th Nov – Sunday 31st Dec

10 am to 6 pm daily (8pm late night shopping)

Source: https://www.christmasmarkets.com

Best Christmas Market in Coventry

Another our interesting hotel’s option is The Citrus Coventry Hotel. The hotel is situated only 1 hour away drive to the Nottingham city center. At the Citrus Coventry Hotel allows you to escape to the calm and relaxed surrounding after crazy Christmas party last night.

You may find interesting christmas highlight such as A Christmas Carol – A Folk Opera, staring by Micheal Cain, Oliver Sims and Patrick Stewart as Scrooge.

source: www.coventrytelegraph.net

The Leeds German Christmas Market

The Leeds Christmas Market brings a little piece of Germany to the heart of the city center. The Best Western Plus Milford Hotel is an impressive hotel located between the cultural hubs of Leeds and York. Guests can enjoy the festive attractions of both cities during the holidays.

Christkindelmarkt, Leeds is one of the most established German Christmas Markets in the UK, with traditional wooden stalls and festive greenery. With both indoor and outdoor attractions, including a carousel ride, this Christmas market has a unique continental festive atmosphere in the heart of Leeds city centre.

Indoor market opening times:

Monday-Saturday, 10.30am-9.30pm
Sunday, 10.30am-6.30pm

Source: https://www.christmasmarkets.com

A Scottish Christmas & a Happy Hogmanay!

Introducing the magic of a Scottish Christmas with a stay in the beautiful landscape of the highland capital, at The Columba Hotel Inverness. With wonderful shopping options, festive entertainment and a warm welcome, the highlands of Scotland are the place to be this December.

Scotland offers a truly traditional and unforgettable experience for New Year’s Eve (31st December), known as ‘Hogmanay’. The origins of the celebrations date back to the Viking celebration of the Winter Solstice. With live music and comedians performing as well as a renowned firework display, this is the go to event for NYE. Then if you are feeling particularly brave, the next morning you can join the Loony Dock parade for a swim in the River Forth at South Queensferry on the 1st January!

 

Situated on the river, near the Inverness Museum & Art Gallery as well as Inverness Castle, The Columba Hotel is the ideal location for your festive Scottish adventure, being only a 15-minute walk from the nearest Christmas market!

Source: https://www.visitscotland.com

Cardiff’s Craft Christmas Market

Art lovers must not miss this year’s Cardiff’s Craft Market! With 48 wooden stalls located in the Hayes section of the city Centre, selling more than 200 types of artwork including locally crafted foods and goods. With bespoke Welsh products available all in the one location, you can pick up unique gifts that are unavailable on the high street. For our best rates over the festive season, check out our Big Sleep Hotel – Cardiff.

When is Cardiff Christmas Market 2017?

You can check the date of each craft exhibitions follow this official link: http://www.cardiffchristmasmarket.com/the-market/

Source:http://www.walesonline.co.uk

Christmas Craft Market in Halifax

Halifax is another option for art lovers and is a wonderfully romantic destination during this festive period. This year, Halifax is focusing on local crafts with specialty pop-up shops selling hand-crafted goods. For your Halifax stay, we recommend The White Swan, full of character and old world charm. Click here for our best prices and festive offers.

Source: https://www.narcity.com

Shrewsbury Winter Festival

Stay with us at The Lion Hotel, for the warmest welcome in Shrewsbury during this holiday season.

The Winter Festival in Shrewsbury is back this year with the claim that they are the best winter festival in the land! Shrewsbury is the ideal destination for shopping event, you could find your perfect Christmas gift from wooden craft artisan to homeware! Plus plenty of activities for the kids in Shrewsbury.

Source: http://www.shrewsburychristmas.co.uk/whats_on

Christmas in the beautiful & historic Oxford

Situated in Iffley, only 2 miles South of the Oxford city Centre, lies the beautiful Hawkwell House Hotel. This country house hotel is your ideal base to explore the historic streets of Oxford dressed for the festivities.

Oxford offers a classic, English Christmas Market experience with choirs singing Christmas carols, festive stalls offering hand-crafted gifts and delicious Christmas delicacies. We recommend you check out the exhibitions and performances schedule in the Oxford Christmas Market official websites what’s on guide.

Source: https://www.oxfordchristmasmarket.co.uk

Get Ready for Dundee Chriatmas Fair

Christmas market in Dundee is not just about craft, food or Shopping anymore. It’s about the family and loves one spending their time together in the Christmas holy night under the decorated light over the town. The Queen’s Hotel Dundee is a perfect place to stay in Dundee. Click here to see the hotel info.

This year Dundee has so much more to offers but the highlight is the Night Light, when the whole town is decorated with sparkling and romantic lights ornaments. Furthermore, crafted market, night marlet, art exhibitions come far from India, Peru, Zambia and Kenya, with high quality pottery, jewelly and various choices of artisan merchandises. Read more…

Source:  www.creativedundee.comwww.dundeecity.gov.uk

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Compass Hospitality Signs The Best Western Queen’s Hotel in Dundee, Scotland

Compass Hospitality has secured its 13th property in the UK with the Best Western Queen’s Hotel in Dundee, which has been acquired by a Seacare Hospitality Singapore and Compass Hospitality Joint venture. In addition to being the latest property to join Compass Hospitality’s expanding UK collection, it is also the second property to be located in Scotland.

The Best Western Queen’s Hotel is situated in the lively and vibrant centre of Dundee’s West End. The hotel also benefits from a combined proximity to both leisure-oriented attractions such as restaurant, shops and theatres, as well as to the University of Dundee and Abertay University for students and professionals alike. Additional hotel facilities include a bar and eatery, conference facilities and ample on-site parking.

The hotel houses 53 en-suite rooms furnished to varying specifications, ranging from double and twin rooms, single rooms, superior rooms and family rooms. Double room types are available in king or super king bedding, while single and twin rooms come with single sized beds. Superior rooms are an ideal option for honeymoon travellers, and family rooms are appropriately equipped with a double and single bed arrangement. Complimentary Wi-Fi is also provided throughout the hotel.

The Best Western Queen’s Hotel’s bustling Q-Bar and Eatery offers a well-rounded combination of food and beverage items throughout the day. Breakfast is served alongside morning tea and coffee with cakes and biscuits available throughout the day. The restaurant offers Scottish pub favourites from soft, fresh sandwiches and homemade soups to hot main courses of chicken skewers and steak pie. Private dining arrangements can also be made on special request.

The Q-Bar has a well-earned position in the heart of Dundee’s vibrant social scene. Boasting an appealing range of fine Scottish Malts, artisan craft ales and spirits, the Q-Bar is amply stocked to serve a wide variety of tastes. In addition to this, the Q-Bar stocks all the favourite tipples and cocktails including Tennants Lager, bottled beers and a great range of spirits and wines.

The hotel has also been host to weddings spanning over 125 years, and is well practiced in delivering a dedicated and professional wedding experience. The hotel’s Victoria Suite and Thomson Mural provide for a stunning backdrop as well as a grand entrance hall for welcoming guests.

Conference and meeting facilities are also available for business travellers, with the on-site parking able to accommodate up to 70 vehicles. Conference bookings come with complimentary Wi-Fi, television, flipcharts, blackout and staging facilities, stationary and projection screens. From small meetings to large events, the hotel staff are experienced and on hand to provide a warm welcome, full technical back-up, and lunch with tea-break services.

Matthew Welbourn, Executive Vice President of Operations in the UK for Compass Hospitality, said: “The Best Western Queen’s Hotel in Dundee is a charming and well-established property with whom we are confident in combining our innovative and modern management techniques with the hotel’s rustic qualities.”

Compass Hospitality’s President and CEO, Harmil Singh, said: “We are gaining confidence in the UK, and in addition to our portfolio of properties our local workforce is continuing to grow and gain presence in the industry. Dundee has also recently been dubbed as a worldwide ‘hot destination’ by leading news outlets, and so we are thrilled to be a part of this up and coming destination.”

UK hotels operated by Compass Hospitality are located in Manchester, Leeds, Cardiff, Nottingham, Cheltenham, Oxford, Shrewsbury, Halifax, Eastbourne, Inverness, Coventry, Scarborough and Dundee.

Further information on the Best Western Queens Hotel can be found at www.queenshotel-dundee.com

Notes to editors

Compass Hospitality, is one of Southeast Asia’s established hospitality management companies. The group manages and operates a wide portfolio of 45 hospitality properties across all market segments. Brand identities include Compass Hotels & Suites, Citrus Hotels, Citin Hotels and Ananda Resorts and Spas. Compass’ portfolio includes hotels, resorts, executive serviced apartments and spas located in Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Pattaya in Thailand; in Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru and Pulau Langkawi in Malaysia; and in Shrewsbury, Halifax, Cardiff, Cheltenham, Eastbourne, Nottingham, Oxford, Manchester, Inverness, Leeds, Coventry, Scarborough and Dundee in the UK.

Media Contacts
Matthew Welbourn
Executive Vice President, UK Operations
[email protected]
T: +44 2073 120000
M: +44 7771 756300

Nick Greaves
Vice President Operations, Sales and Marketing UK
[email protected]
M: +44 7825277120
Compass Hospitality UK Head Office: The Victoria Hotel, Hollinwood Ave, Chadderton, Oldham, OL9 8DE

Panitchaya (Som) Dungprom
Senior Cluster eCommerce Manager, UK Cluster
[email protected]
T: +66 2 126 8282
M: +66 93 979 9556
Compass Hospitality Thailand Head Office: Suite 10/91, Trendy Office Tower, 5th floor, 10 Sukhumvit Soi 13, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
www.compasshospitality.com

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Compass Hospitality to Manage 116 Room Beachfront Hotel & Spa in UK

Compass Hospitality has signed its latest property in the UK with the Crown Spa Hotel in Scarborough. The beachfront hotel will be the 12th property to join Compass Hospitality’s growing UK collection, and will be the first to feature on-site spa facilities.

The Crown Spa Hotel continues a healthy succession of strategic portfolio development in the UK, and signifies a sustained commitment to expanding the company’s presence in the UK. In addition to the 12 properties under management in the UK, Compass Hospitality operates a reputable portfolio of both branded and white label products in Thailand and Malaysia. The company’s full set of properties under management total to 44 and is set to grow further across both regions with headquarter offices in Bangkok and Manchester.

The Crown Spa Hotel is located just metres away from South Bay Beach, offering attractive sea views to select rooms. The hotel further benefits from a combined proximity to both the beach and town centre, and is within walking distance from Scarborough Railway Station as well the popular Scarborough Harbour. Additional hotel facilities include a European restaurant, luxury leisure centre and complimentary on-site parking.

The hotel houses 116 rooms spread over 4 floors, and is contemporarily furnished throughout to a 4-star specification. Room types vary in furnishing and offer double beds ranging from king to super king sizes, twin room types as well as a small number of single rooms. Rooms are also available with four poster beds and can be booked by special request. Complimentary Wi-Fi is also provided throughout the hotel, including meeting and spa areas.

The Crown Spa Health Club boasts comprehensive fitness and recreational facilities, and has recently been named the UK’s 3rd best health club by the Flame Awards. The health club offers fully qualified, trained and registered fitness professionals that complement the state of the art fitness suite and studio. The health club’s facilities include a gymnasium, aerobics studio, steam and sauna rooms, a 20ft hot tub and 40ft indoor pool, beauty salon, spa and massage facilities.

As Scarborough’s only 4-star hotel, The Crown Spa Hotel is well positioned to suit a diverse set of hospitality needs. Beyond the numerous facilities and services, the hotel is well-appointed to cater for both leisure and business travellers. Meeting facilities include 7 dedicated rooms equipped for various meetings or events, and can host up to 260 delegates.

Matthew Welbourn, Executive Vice President of Operations in the UK for Compass Hospitality, said: “The Crown Spa Hotel in Scarborough is a promising addition to the Compass Hospitality Group portfolio in the UK. The hotel is very popular and well located to suit a wide range of travellers, and we will continue to constantly strive at improving the overall experience for guests across the entire portfolio.”

He added: “As a group, Compass Hospitality is always in active search for the right three and four-star business and leisure properties across the UK, and we are planning several more openings in 2017 and 2018.”

Compass Hospitality’s President and CEO, Harmil Singh, said: “The UK continues to be an exciting market for Compass, and we are continuing to better grasp the different challenges facing the UK as compared to those faced back in Asia. We are constantly learning to adapt and ultimately shine in a market where we see real potential for growth. The Crown Spa Hotel is a welcome step in the right direction for us, and we are optimistic in going ahead.”

The professional team working on the acquisition has been Brodies Solicitors based in Edinburgh and accountants Edwards Veeder and the debt finance through AIB’s Birmingham Office.

UK hotels operated by Compass Hospitality are located in Manchester, Leeds, Cardiff, Nottingham, Cheltenham, Oxford, Shrewsbury, Halifax, Eastbourne, Inverness, Coventry and Scarborough.

Further information on the Crown Spa Hotel Scarborough is available at www.crownspahotel.com

Media Contacts
Matthew Welbourn
Executive Vice President, UK Operations
[email protected]
T: +44 2073 120000
M: +44 7771 756300

Nick Greaves
Vice President Operations, Sales and Marketing UK
[email protected]
M: +44 7825277120

Compass Hospitality UK Head Office: The Victoria Hotel, Hollinwood Ave, Chadderton, Oldham, OL9 8DE
www.compasshospitality.com

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