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Sir Reo Stakis, who has died aged 88, swapped his Cyprus home for Scotland and became one of the island's most wealthy expatriates through his creation of the UK hotel and leisure group that bore his name. Sir Reo, who was knighted in , groomed his son Andros to take over. Reo is described by his biographer Jack Webster as "self-effacing, quiet, a real gentleman", but the son did not have his father's luck, nor his talent for dealing with people.

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The depression years were not the best time to be a door-to-door salesman, but Stakis was not deterred. Stakis was frustrated that rivals such as Forte and Grand Metropolitan had a higher profile in England because they were better represented in London and the south-east. His family lived near Lefkara, a centre of the Cypriot lace-making industry. He suffered a stroke in June and had been seriously ill since. He was also a benefactor of the Cypriot community here and at home, where he paid for electricity to be installed in his village. And he was a significant patron of the Orthodox church. The ultimate indignity was still to come. Unlike some, it survived, but at the cost of Andros being deposed and his father being "kicked upstairs" as president. Despite the hard times, he vowed he would never cash the cheque, which was signed "Mary". Even more galling, perhaps, was the fact that the group's saviour, David Michels, was recruited from Ladbroke. Stakis settled in Glasgow in the s, and during the war decided he could do better than the restaurants he had patronised on his travels. After restoring the group to rude health, Michels negotiated the sale of the company to Hilton in Hilton also acquired the company's 22 casinos and 67 Living Well fitness centres. His travels took him to Scotland, which he adopted as a second home, and his enterprise extended to calling on Queen Mary at Holyrood Palace. He faced anger from some shareholders, who complained at yet another Scottish company being sold to the English. The business remained based in Glasgow, but gradually extended south. Under Andros, rapid expansion was swiftly followed by the earlys recession and, like many businesses saddled with too much debt and not enough income, the group was faced in with a financial crisis. But Stakis senior fell into debt, so the eldest son, Reo, had to abandon his education at Larnaca's American Academy in and travel to England. After the sale, Sir Reo retired from public life and lived in the grounds of the Dunblane Hydro hotel. He leaves a wife, two sons and four daughters. Reuse this content. From that start, Stakis created a chain of restaurants, then moved into hotels and casinos. He rented a restaurant in Hope Street, but the fledgling business was transformed after a few years when he purchased the block where it was situated. That gap was corrected in the s, but the expansion almost brought the business to its knees. Sir Reo was said to have agreed to the deal "with tears in his eyes". The group owned casinos as well as the rival Hilton chain whose name it has now adopted and Sir Reo had fallen out with its architect, Cyril Stein. The adventure almost ended in tears immediately as one of his suitcases was stolen, but an alert porter spotted the theft and recovered the lace.