The hospitality, tourism and leisure industry accounts for 10% of the UK’s GDP, and so has long been an indicator of the economy’s health. Faced with numerous unprecedented challenges, those who operate in this sector now look to adapt their business to accommodate the new social norms. Business models need to be agile to prepare for future challenges.
Our specialists are passionate about the industry and focused on your future. Horwath HTL, a global leader in hospitality, tourism and leisure consulting, became a business unit of Crowe UK in 2021. This further strengthened our credentials in the sector, enabling us to service every aspect of hotel real estate, tourism and leisure development, whatever your business’s needs, wherever you operate.
Clients choose us for our deep specialist industry knowledge and impartial expert advice that helps them to make smart decisions that have lasting value.
We are at the forefront of industry events such as MIPIM, Berlin Hotel Conference and write for key property titles to ensure your voice is heard in the mainstream press.
Horwath HTL UK, a business unit of Crowe UK, is the world’s largest and most experienced hospitality consulting brand. We offer consultancy services exclusively to those operating in hospitality, tourism and leisure to support your business with:
Horwath HTL is part of the Crowe Global Network and has 49 offices in 39 countries, who have successfully carried out over 30,000 assignments for public and private clients.
Horwath HTL UK
A global chain required assistance to
collect pension contributions for its senior executives in owner managed
locations worldwide. We worked with the Rewards team and the Plan managers to
establish the controls and end to end reporting required and now receive and
process payments from over 200 hotels and 750 employees every month.
Reviewing capital expenditure on the
acquisition of new hotels and construction work in existing hotels to maximise
capital allowances, including dealing with HMRC queries on the capital
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