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A Selection of our Customers

Bath Linen

  • Study shows the most stolen item in hotels

    68% of guests have taken linen from hotels

    When it comes to budgeting the cost of running a hotel, it’s really helpful to have an accurate estimate for the expenses likely to be incurred over the coming year. Knowing how much you plan to spend in any given year is ultimately good for business, whether these items are long-lasting pieces of furniture such as beds, or things that need to be more regularly replaced because they can be easily broken such as crockery. Continue reading

  • Richard Haworth Joins with Conde Nast Johansens

    We are happy to announce that we have been selected by Condé Nast Johansens to be its preferred partner for linens in 2013.

    The collaboration will see top hotels, spas, chalets and villas using our premium linens to create the perfect finish, all over the world.

    The new partnership sees us join other high profile hospitality supply partners, including Taittinger , L’Occitane and Hypnos. Continue reading

  • Olympic Housekeepers Win Gold

    Coworth Park Hotel in Ascot is celebrating scooping gold and a £1,000 grand prize after being crowned the winner at the first UK Housekeeping Association (UKHA) Olympics Challenge.

    The cream of the UK’s housekeeping community turned out for the event, which was held at the Millennium Copthorne and Chelsea Football Club on 5 October 2012. Continue reading

  • Safeguard your linens with RFID chips

    Did you know we can safeguard your linens by fitting RFID chips, all from our UK manufacturing operation.

    Laundries, hotels and restaurants are using RFID chips to monitor stock and operate more economically. Our manufacturing capabilities enables us to supply this demand quickly and efficiently at our onsite fitting facilities.

    RFID chips help businesses manage premium stock control, ensure correct usage of linen and reduce theft – all key factors for the successful management of any laundry, hotel or restaurant. Continue reading

  • Richard Haworth at Hotelympia

    Richard Haworth showcased a number of new innovative products at this years Hotelympia event in Excel London. Our stand was a huge success as we showcased products including our Optima finished bed linen, the unique easy change EasyValance and the Great British Table Linen set. Raj Ruia, managing director at Richard Haworth commented: "We’re constantly looking to pioneer new products to save hotels and B&Bs time and money. For example, the EasyValance is the result of many months of development and testing and we’re confident that hotels and B&Bs alike will benefit substantially.”The Richard Haworth stand at Hotelympia 2012

  • Tourists visit Britain to see castles in Wales

    Popular tourist attractions

    VisitBritain has conducted a survey asking tourists from abroad about their favourite things to see when on holiday in Britain. The surprise top answer, above Harrods, Glastonbury and Wimbledon, was 'a tour of castles in Wales'. Of the 10,000 adults surveyed in 20 countries, 34 per cent would like to try this activity. Continue reading

  • Richard Haworth wins Caterersearch.com Web Award

    Online shop accolade

    The Richard Haworth online linen shop has been honoured in the prestigious Caterersearch.com Web Awards 2010. The annual awards ceremony recognises outstanding examples of web design in the UK hospitality industry, in categories such as hotels, restaurants, marketing and social media.

    Richard Haworth, supplier of luxury table, Continue reading

  • Luxury hotels of 2020 to utilise futuristic technologies

    Supply and demand

    The hotel industry will be a very different ball game in 2020, claims a report by a leading technology company. Amadeus provides IT solutions to the hotel and tourism industry, and has just published Hotels 2020: Beyond Segmentation, a study revealing how and why the industry is set to change over the next decade. The title reflects the core finding of the research: that there is to be a "shift from producer-led segmentation to consumer-driven choice". In other words, consumers will soon be demanding that hotels tailor their services to suit the individual guest, rather than choosing a hotel aimed at a specific demographic or 'segment'. The diversity of hotel guests in 2020 means hotels could benefit from offering "innovations such as intelligent furniture, personalised nutrition and responsive technologies". Continue reading

  • Cleanliness revealed as a top priority of hotel guests

    Customer loyalty

    A report by the Mystery Dining Company has revealed the importance of cleanliness to hotel guests, reports Big Hospitality. Of 320 people surveyed, the survey found that 60 per cent had at some point in the past been "forced" to complain about the cleanliness standards of their hotel room. Hotel cleanliness was also revealed to be a top three priority for hotel guests, alongside the price and the location of the establishment.

    Crucially, the cleanliness of the hotel – or how quickly a complaint is dealt with – is the swaying factor in getting customers to return, as 90 per cent said it would influence future trips. Continue reading

  • Harrods hotel and restaurant require luxury linens

    Rumoured hotel project

    As one of the world's most infamously upmarket brands, if Harrods follows through on plans to construct a hotel on top of the current building, it could be one of the most luxurious known to man. There could also be a luxury restaurant in the works, which would compete with the 32 eating establishments already operating in Harrods. The department store in Knightsbridge is the largest in the world, covering 20,000 square metres, and is over a century old.

    However, the London Evening Standard reports that the company's new owners, Qatari Holdings, are looking at several options to improve revenues and reputation. Continue reading

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