TWO luxury hotels in the heart of Edinburgh’s historic city centre are to shut their doors after more than 20 years so they can be turned into residential properties.
Deliveroo has started working with pubs and bars that don’t serve their own food, meaning customers no longer need to go elsewhere for a meal.
The Black Watch Castle and Museum have been announced Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality business of the year at the prestigious Courier Business Awards.
Dalkeith Country Park has revealed plans to expand Fort Douglas as part of a £300,000 investment – just one year after opening the popular children's playground.
UK food-on-the-go retailer Greggs has apologised after publicity shots for its new ad campaign included a nativity scene in which baby Jesus is replaced by a sausage roll.
Contract catering company BaxterStorey has welcomed its first qualified apprentice in Scotland.
COPS are ramping up security at Edinburgh’s Christmas Market this year to thwart deadly Berlin-style terror attacks.
The popular Scottish brewery is to expand by taking on a “show-stopping location” at the old Clydesdale Bank building in Lothian Road.
Urbanist Hotels’ latest appeal against its rejected plans for Old Royal High School reopens battle with group wanting site for St Mary’s Music School
Tripadvisor has started displaying warning signs against hotels where sex assaults have occurred, it has announced.
Heineken has sold the 30 pubs it was ordered to dispose of by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) as part of its takeover of Punch
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