Astrid Bray New Director Of Sales And Marketing

Conrad London has appointed Astrid Bray as Director of Sales and
Marketing, reporting to Keith Allardice, General Manager.
Astrid Bray returns to the Conrad London, after four years spent with suppliers of the Hospitality
Industry, such as Pegasus Solutions and Merlin Hospitality Systems and more recently with
Chelsea Village Hotels, where she gained additional marketing and business development
Astrid started her career in 1982 and established herself in the hotel industry in 1992. She has
gained over 20 years of experience in executive positions, having essentially focused on her sales
and marketing skills.
Keith Allardice, the recently appointed General Manager, Conrad London commented:
“I am delighted to have Astrid Bray back on board. She has excellent knowledge of our luxury
product, which we are constantly upgrading, and has the potential to further develop the Conrad
London’s market share locally and enhance its reputation worldwide. She is also bringing with
her the right level of management skills for the team of sales specialists she will be supervising.”
The 160-suite Conrad London is conveniently located in Chelsea, London’s favorite area for
fashion, antique and decorator shops, with easy access to airport connections. This luxury, 24h
room service hotel offers spacious suites, a full service health Club, a reputable destination
restaurant and bar, Aquasia, and 15 function rooms with over 850 square meters of function
Conrad Hotels has earned a reputation for luxury style and service among both business and
leisure travellers. Established in 1982, there are presently 13 Conrad properties operating in the
world`s major gateway cities and resort destinations of Europe, the Middle East, the United
States, South America and Australia, along with two more properties under development in Asia.
Owned equally by Hilton Group plc and Hilton Hotels Corporation, Conrad Hotels continues to
explore opportunities to further enhance the brand’s presence in the luxury segment of the hotel
industry on both sides of the Atlantic.