New Liverpool Aparthotel Coming Soon

The MRP Group are happy to announce the reveal of the upcoming Project Fleet in Liverpool. Located within walking distance of Central Station in the Ropewalks Quarter, this is a 52 unit boutique aparthotel, consisting of artfully furnished studios and terraced penthouses. Additionally, the aparthotel will have a private resident’s gym, café and restaurant. The…

New Lease of Life For London Serviced Apartment Building

The MRP Group and Saxbury are consulting with Glenwell Group on their recent acquisition of a prime Asset in London with huge redevelopment potential. Situated on the edge of the square mile, Project Vogue at 92 Middlesex Street has recently obtained C1 planning approval and will soon be redeveloped to provide circa 93 units, with associated amenity space…

First Falmouth Aparthotel Under Offer

The MRP Group are pleased to announce that Project Eden, a boutique serviced apartment and aparthotel development site is now under offer. Located in a central position of the Falmouth, Project Eden will be developed to provide 19 units featuring a mix of one and two bedroom apartments alongside ground floor office space. The MRP…

Workforce Training & Development Is Essential

Lack of investment in workforce training and development will leave a massive gap in meeting hospitality labour requirements. Let’s face it; the UK hasn’t got the best track record in the service elements of many industries, in particular, the hospitality sector. The last stats I read suggest that over 60% of the UK’s hospitality workforce…

Promotion of Narup Chana to Associate Director

Our CEO Max Thorne is delighted to announce the Promotion of Narup Chana to Associate Director. Having joined The MRP Group over a year ago, and was quickly promoted to Senior Analyst, after an exceptional first 6 months. Narup quickly made his mark within the company and in the sector. Narup was recently nominated for…

Future-Proof Accommodations

Future-Proof Accommodations. Research suggests that investors should future-proof developments because consumer behaviour, which is disrupting multiple verticals, signals that products that can act in all accommodation sectors are in demand and it is forcing legislation to think differently. New generations of renters and travellers think differently about how they visit, live, and work in cities.…

Hotel or Aparthotel – is there a difference?

Hotel or Aparthotel. I’m often asked, “what’s the difference?” and herein lies a fundamental issue that clouds the sector. Instead of starting a conversation about the financial structure of a particular property or the value of a specific brand, one must first try to clarify a label. Before the pitch even starts its derailed by…