Craig Jackson, general manager at Northcote and Craig Bancroft, the hotel’s managing director are the cover stars of the July issue of Boutique Hotelier.
The two top industry figures sit down with editor Zoe Monk to discuss Jackson’s incredible journey from part-time hospitality worker to one of the best young general managers at the luxury boutique hotel in the Ribble Valley.
Also featured in the July edition of Boutique Hotelier, is Emma Stratton, who owns The Scarlet and Bedruthan hotels on the south coast, with her two sisters. She explains how the hotels strive to make sustainability a major part of the businesses and how each hotel is tailored towards giving guests a luxury experience that is kind on the environment.
Technology also takes the spotlight this issue, with insight from the roundtable event held in partnership with InstaSupply, on where the future lies for the fast-paced technology sector within hotels.
We bring you a round-up of some of the top technology products available on the market to keep you ahead of the crowd, as well as weigh up the perks and pitfalls of buying a hotel in a city versus a country location.
Green Rooms, a pioneering new arts hotel in London, offers aspiring artists a place to stay for a bargain price while trying to make it in the big city, and we caught up with the founder Nick Hartwright to discover more about the new project.
We also look at high-profile women working in hospitality and uncover each of their journey’s to the top and the attitude of people surrounding them as they progressed up the career ladder.