The Lanesborough has announced that Stuart Geddes will be joining as hotel manager, commencing his role in October. Geddes joins from the Goring Hotel, where he worked as general manager, and brings a wealth of experience to the team at the Lanesborough, having worked in some of the finest hotels in London.
Le Bristol Paris has invited guests to spend a surreal night’s sleep in the Paris Suite. The space has been reimagined by radical pop artist Bertand Lavier and transformed into a ‘live-in’ exhibit.
In her new role, Joelle Edwards-Tonks will lead Oetker Collection’s global sales, marketing and communications operations, a new position representing the consolidation of these three fields into one tightly knit department.
After a successful career with prestigious hotel groups throughout the world, Sandro Fabris will take the helm of Jumby Bay Island in November.
The Lanesborough, London, has announced the appointment of Marco Novella as managing director. In his new role, Novella will be overseeing operations of the Lanesborough while driving growth and ensuring service excellence in all departments.
Breaking Travel News hears from Tom Bates, head of PR and communications at The Lanesborough Club & Spa in London, about the significant investments the property has been making in its wellness product. On a successful night for the property, he is also collecting the trophy for World’s Best New Hotel Spa 2017.
The Oetker Collection is to add a new masterpiece hotel to its collection – Jumby Bay, the private island resort in the Caribbean. Located right in front of the main island of Antigua, Jumby Bay Island combines a very well-established luxury resort with 40 rooms and suites, three restaurants, excellent spa and fitness facilities, water sports, five tennis courts and 50 individually designed and fully staffed villas and estate homes for holiday rental.