Malmaison appoints two general managers

Amy Horsfield By Amy Horsfield
31 January 2019 | Updated 31 January 2019

UK: The boutique hotel brand, Malmaison, has announced the appointment of two general managers across its properties.

Antonio Sanchez has been promoted to general manager of Malmaison Cheltenham, having previously held the position of deputy general manager at Malmaison Oxford, a role he held for a year.

Chris McLaughlin has joined Malmaison Belfast as general manager. Chris joined the brand from Hasting Culloden Estate and Spa in Northern Ireland, where he was deputy general manager. Prior to this he held a number of roles within the New Zealand hospitality industry, including as general manager and head chef.

Both new general managers will be responsible for overseeing their respective 62 and 55-strong teams, and ensuring the seamless delivery of the outstanding customer service and high standards that Malmaison is known and loved for.

Scott Harper, chief operating officer of Malmaison and Hotel du Vin, said: "We're really pleased to announce the appointments of Antonio and Chris as general managers. People development is hugely important to us here at Malmaison - so we're delighted to promote Antonio to general manager, and to welcome Chris, who brings in-depth knowledge and impressive experience, to the team. Their focus on customer service and guest experience gives me total confidence that both Chris and Antonio with be hugely successful in their roles, and I look forward to working with them in their new capacities over the coming year to build on the existing success of both hotels."

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