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Two Inverness properties sign with WorldHotels


A pair of luxury hotels in Inverness, Scotland have become the latest to sign up to the WorldHotels brand, joining a handful of other luxury hotels throughout Great Britain.

World Hotels celebrates its 50th year this year and the two new hotels, Kingsmill Hotel WorldHotels Elite and Ness Walk Hotel WorldHotels Luxury, both part of the Kingsmills hotel group, join another recent addition to the WorldHotels brand in Scotland, Ten Hill Place Hotel, WorldHotels Distinctive, launched earlier this year. Also becoming live on the WorldHotels systems is celebrity chef Marco Pierre White’s Rudloe Arms hotel.

Located on the banks of the River Ness, lies Ness Walk, a retreat hotel in Inverness, just 10 minutes from Loch Ness. The property allows guests to experience a secluded atmosphere in the heart of the vibrant city center. Originally a 19th century house, the restored building still retains many of its period features, but unified with modern design and architecture, providing a flawless balance between past and present.

The Kingsmills Hotel is a luxury hotel in Inverness. Set in the Scottish Highlands, offering a variety of luxurious rooms, dining options and Scottish hospitality to all guests. With spa and conference facilities, it is a perfect retreat for leisure holidays and corporate events.

Mark Stanley, head of hotel development & retention, BWH Hotel Group, said, “The Inverness properties are perfect examples of BWH Hotel group having brands to suit every hotel and every traveler. Luxury is a huge target market for us in 2022 and 2023. We have been extremely busy over the summer months talking to independent luxury hotel operators who are keen to know more about World Hotels powered by BWH Hotel Group. It’s new, it’s exciting and we will take that traction into next year.”

Terii Dunne, business development director, BWH Hotel Group GB, added, “We’re delighted that WorldHotels continues to go from strength to strength, especially in Scotland where there are so many fantastic properties and hospitality businesses. The exciting thing for me is the momentum has not stopped, 2022 is going to be a great year for BWH Hotel Group and our hoteliers across all of our brands.”



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