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WORDS MOLLY DYSON


WORK TO BEGIN ON SECOND ART’OTEL IN LONDON


PPHE HOTEL GROUP (Park Plaza Hotels Europe) has received planning permission to begin construction on a £180 million development project that will house the Art’otel London Hoxton – the brand’s second property in the capital.


The group calls the site a key opening for the Art’otel luxury collection across Europe. The next phase of construction is set to begin this summer, with plans to open the property in 2023. The 27-floor building will feature 343 guest rooms and suites, as well as five floors of office space.


The top storeys will offer a lounge, bar, gym and restaurant with views of the London skyline. Meanwhile, the lower ground levels will feature a space for exhibitions, as well as cultural and artistic events. PPHE Hotel Group is also set to open Art’otel properties in the former Battersea Power Station in 2022 and New York City’s West Chelsea district in 2023. The brand already has a presence in Amsterdam, Berlin, Cologne and Budapest.


BCD TRAVEL EXPANDS ERM DIVISION


BCD TRAVEL HAS RECENTLY ANNOUNCED the expansion of its specialised global travel management service aimed at companies operating in the energy, resources and marine (ERM) sector. The division handles travel and


NEW ‘BUSINESS CAPITALS’ OF EUROPE REVEALED


DATA ANALYSED BY business travel platform TravelPerk reveals that Brighton, Venice and Hamburg are emerging as hubs for corporate travel, outpacing cities such as London in growth over the last two months. According to the data, Brighton (pictured) saw a 53 per cent increase in business trips, compared to a 14 per cent rise in London. The seaside town was named one of the fastest- growing hotspots and joins Hamburg (43 per cent), Munich (22 per cent) and Frankfurt (10 per cent) – in stark contrast to


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logistics for crew and corporate employees and provides support with specialised services and solutions. Along with the expansion of


its ERM practice, the TMC has won a contract to manage the travel of one of the largest oilfield services providers in the world.


the 7 per cent decrease in corporate visits to Berlin in the same period. Budapest saw one of the biggest increases at 63 per cent, along with Nantes at 39 per cent, while Venice is steadily gaining a greater share of business travel spend at 7 per cent. TravelPerk puts this upward trend for business travel partly down to the availability of cheaper air fare options, with 82 per cent of flights booked in Europe through the platform in 2018 utilising low-cost tickets.


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