The Red Carnation Hotel Collection has been listed 8th in this year’s Sunday Times Top 100 Companies. It is the third time Red Carnation Hotels have been listed, having entered in 2012 at number 71 and risen swiftly to 26 last year. The results of this prestigious and highly sought after accolade were announced at an award ceremony in Battersea, London.
Last night, the Red Carnation Hotel Collection was named Small Hotel Group of the Year at the prestigious AA Hospitality Awards in a glittering ceremony at London’s Hilton Park Lane Hotel. The awards have long been considered the gold standard within the hospitality industry, and this year’s event was attended by hotel and industry leaders from across the country.
The award-winning Red Carnation Hotel Collection has pledged 100 new job opportunities for aspiring young talent in the hospitality industry, as part of The Big Conversation for Hospitality Jobs, a new recruitment initiative from the British Hospitality Association, The Prince of Wales’s Charity Business in the Community and Springboard UK.
The Red Carnation Hotel Collection jumped an impressive 47 places from number 71 last year to number 26 in this year’s Sunday Times Top 100 Companies. The results of this prestigious and highly sought after accolade were announced at an award ceremony in Battersea, London last night. After making its debut on the list just last year the Red Carnation Hotel Collection is very proud to not only be the highest ranking hotel group in the top 100 but also the only privately-owned, family run hotel group.
Luxury Boutique Hotel Collection to display traveller ratings and reviews, now with management responses displayed alongside.
Mrs Beatrice Tollman, President and Founder of the luxurious Red Carnation Hotel Collection has been awarded Hotelier of the Year at the European Hospitality Awards 2012.
The Red Carnation Hotel Collection is proud to announce its collaboration with the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), the International Tourism Partnership (ITP) and a selection of international hotel companies to launch a standardised approach to carbon measurement.
The Duke of Richmond Hotel in St Peter Port, Guernsey reopens its doors this week, after an extensive refurbishment programme under the new ownership of the Red Carnation Hotel collection.
The Duke of Richmond Hotel in Guernsey, recent addition to the boutique Red Carnation Hotel collection, is to undergo a major refurbishment programme which will bring new levels of luxury and comfort to its guests.
Red Carnation Hotels is delighted to announce that The Duke of Richmond Hotel in Guernsey has become part of its award-winning collection of luxury, family-run boutique hotels.