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10 hoteliers awarded Master Innholder status

UK: The Master Innholders, an organisation for promoting best practice in the industry, has awarded 10 hoteliers member status.

The 10 new Master Innholders include: 

• Adam Dyke, group operations director, Luxury Family Hotels

• Timothy Griffin, co-founder LEVEN Hotels and Wellbrook Hospitality

• Mark Gregory-White, general manager, Millennium & Copthorne Hotels at Chelsea Football Club

• Neil Kedward, chief executive, Seren Collection

• Guillaume Marly, managing director, Hotel Café Royal

• Tristan Nesbitt, cluster general manager, Scotland and Northeast England, Marriott International

• Veryan Palmer, director, The Headland Hotel

• Thomas Ross, chief executive, The PIG hotels

• James Thomson, proprietor, Prestonfield House and The Witchery, Edinburgh

• Michael Warren, CEO, Harbour Hotels

Created by the Worshipful Company of Innholders, the award will be presented to the 10 hoteliers at Innholders’ Hall this summer.

Dan Rose-Bristow, chairman of the Master Innholders said: “To become a Master Innholder, you need to demonstrate great leadership qualities, your reasons for wanting to become a Master Innholder, what you stand for as a hotelier, your involvement in the wider hospitality community in terms of education and charity, and an appreciation of the heritage and traditions of the Worshipful Company of Innholders, who award the honour. 

“Our 10 successful applicants this year all demonstrated their passion and drive for our profession and were all committed to becoming an active part of our community. I am extremely proud to welcome all these inspiring individuals to our family, who will become Master Innholders when they receive their award from the Worshipful Company of Innholders in June,” he added.

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