Who owns Macdonald Hotels?
Donald Macdonald is executive chairman of Macdonald Hotels & Resorts. He established the group in 1990 and has expanded it to become the UK’s largest privately owned hotel group. It operates more than 45 hotels across the UK, and ten resorts throughout the UK and Spain.
Who is the CEO of Macdonald Hotels?
Donald Macdonald (2014–)
Are Macdonald Hotels in trouble?
Hotel group Macdonald Hotels has announced it could cut up to 1,800 jobs due to a plummet in income brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic. Consultation notices have been issued to all of its 2,299 employees, with around 80% of roles at risk according to The Scotsman.
Has Macdonald Hotels been sold?
MACDONALD Hotels has agreed to sell two major properties, including the 156-bedroom Macdonald Holyrood in Edinburgh, funds managed by London-based private equity firm Zetland Capital Partners. The deal, for an undisclosed sum, is described as “one of the largest hotels transactions completed outside of London in 2021”.
Who owns Macdonald Hotels Scotland?
Donald Macdonald is executive chairman of Macdonald Hotels & Resorts. He established the group in 1990 and has expanded it to become the UK’s largest privately owned hotel group.
How many Macdonald hotels are there in the UK?
With over 30 locations across the UK, our hotel collection offers rural escapes and city adventures; fabulous food and delicious drinks; plus, perfect venues for weddings and events and friendly, attentive service, whatever the occasion.
Who owns Macdonald Manchester?
Zetland Capital Partners
Julia Hatmaker. London-based equity firm Zetland Capital Partners has purchased both the 338-bedroom Macdonald Manchester Hotel and the 156-bedroom Macdonald Holyrood Hotel from Macdonald Hotels & Resorts.
Who owns the Macdonald Hotel Aviemore?
The Scottish hotels group, the vast majority of which is owned by 72-year-old industry veteran Donald Macdonald and his family, had total debt in excess of £700 million more than 10 years ago, deputy chairman and managing director Gordon Fraser noted.