Wednesday, September 17, 2014

From bankruptcy to thriving boutique hotel

When Lee Goossens purchased Wickwoods Country Club, Hotel & Spa in 2010 it was bankrupt and empty. It is now an idyllic weekend getaway for fitness enthusiasts, walkers and tennis players – and the hotel is also attracting both corporate and wedding guests. A new article in Hotel Business Review by Simon Hudson focuses on the advantages and the challenges facing boutique hotels in a market dominated by big brands – and highlights the interesting history of this unique English boutique hotel, showing how Goossens, with shrewd business acumen, an innovative investment plan, and a $2million renovation, has turned things around by responding to trends and focusing on quality and top-notch customer service. Read the full article at:

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