Cambridge’s hot new boutique The Tamburlaine takes the cover in Boutique Hotelier’s June issue

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The June edition of Boutique Hotelier is now available to view online and sees boutique-hotel-of-the-moment, The Tamburlaine take the coveted front page spot.

The hot new property in Cambridge opened in the spring and Boutique Hotelier got an exclusive interview with Paul Callaghan, CEO of O’Callaghan Hotel Group, owners of the new venture, to discover how he plans to continue the hotel’s momentum since launch.

Also featured in this issue is St Michael’s Manor, as general manager Richard Marrett reveals his ambitions for the hotel following a £100k investment and the hiring of new staff in a bid to take the property forward. He also explains how the hotel’s restaurant has a target to achieve three AA Rosettes, as he reignites the spark for quality amongst the team.

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First-time hoteliers Alan and Angela Harper talk to BH about Pale Hall, their five-star property in Wales and how the partnership with top chef Michael Caines is proving to be a huge success and what they’ve learnt on their hospitality journey so far.

The June edition also is jam packed with a plethora of advice for hoteliers across the country. From mastering the atmosphere in your restaurant with the right music and style, to how to set up the right partnerships within your local area and fellow hotelier community, we bring you top tips from some of the best in the business to help your grow and prosper.

Tomorrow also sees the Commercial Kitchen Show kick off at Birmingham’s NEC, with kitchen suppliers lining up to take their place and show off their newest products. The exhibition is a must-visit event for those looking to upgrade their back-of-house.

As well as this, we dive into the tea and coffee market to check out what’s hot right now, and uncover some of the best gins available to help hoteliers keep guests supping on the tempting tipple throughout the summer.

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