Michael Bonsor has been appointed hotel manager at Rosewood London.
The transformed 1914 Edwardian, Grade II-listed building on High Holborn, with its wrought-iron gates, tranquil private courtyard and the grand Pavonazzo marble staircase rising over seven storeys, opens its doors on October 15th 2013.
With more than 15 years hotel management experience in the luxury segment, Bonsor started his career at Four Seasons in several North American locations, in particular with the opening of the Michelin-starred restaurant L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon at the Four Seasons in New York as director of restaurants.
Prior to joining Rosewood London, he spent four years with Claridge’s, first as food and beverage manager and then since 2011 as hotel operations manager.
“I am thrilled to have joined Rosewood London and look forward to unveiling this iconic building in October.
“Rosewood London will very much be a living canvas, celebrating artistry in every form.
“It’s an incredibly unexpected hotel that will offer lasting memories to those who pass its threshold and I look forward to soon welcoming guests through its historic entrance.”