Hoteliers Association appoints new chair in aim to improve tourism

Hoteliers Association appoints new chair in aim to improve tourism

The organisation that represents Bristol’s hotels has appointed a new chair, with the aim of improving tourism in the city.

Imran Ali, General Manager of the Radisson Blu Hotel in the city centre, will be taking on the role for the Bristol Hoteliers Association with immediate effect.

Along with an executive committee, Mr Ali will look at ways in which Bristol can attract more tourism visitors and business.

Mr Ali told South West Business ”With Greater Bristol possessing over 40 hotels and 4,000 rooms, maintaining high level occupancy is key to each venue’s on-going success, but also that of the city’s overall economy and prosperity”.

Bristol was recently named by The Independent as the third best UK city to live in, as well as being named the seventh best for tourism by website TripSavvy.

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