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E is for eating: Interview with Tom Parker-Bowles

Tom Parker-Bowles has put his ‘wild child’ days behind him and earned a reputation as one of the UK’s most respected food critics

Warsaw: an optimistic outlook

Two decades after the Iron Curtain fell, Peter Bierwirth looks at hospitality in Warsaw ahead of major football championships

Cybercomfort: embracing technology in hotels

The Eccleston Square Hotel has been touted as the most high-tech in Europe. Rod James takes a look at what is on display.

Worlds within worlds: Ian Schrager’s Edition portfolio

Produced in collaboration with Marriott, Schrager’s Edition portfolio is rigorously design-led, we look at Istanbul.

Hotels take the LEED on sustainability

The global influence of the LEED certification system and adoption of green practices have helped define a green hotel

Invest for success: conference debuts to acclaim

The first Hot.E conference took place in London in September with an opportunity for industry leaders to talk business

A cut above: Wolfgang Puck on his culinary success both sides of the Atlantic

Arguably the most successful chef in history, Wofgang Puck has now arrived to work his magic in London.

New phase begins at InterContinental Hotels Group

Taking charge of the world’s largest hotel company sounds daunting but Richard Solomons, CEO the InterContinental Hotels Group’s (IHG), seems relaxed.

Understanding your business partner

As the hotel industry gets back on its feet in wake of the recession, operators are under pressure to ramp up returns

The collaborative collection: Small hotels join forces with bigger groups

Smaller operators struggling in the economic climate are forming partnerships with larger chains across Europe.