Martin brings ten years of hotel and catering experience to the Hotel, most recently with a two-year term as deputy general manager of Lancashire’s Bartle Hall hotel, and prior to that as food and beverage manager at the Best Western Glendower Hotel. His responsibilities will include managing the day to day running of the Hotel’s busy conference and banqueting operations, the Townfields restaurant and hotel bar. He will have a specific focus on food and beverage development.
Martin Wilson, deputy general manager said: “The Hotel has undergone a major refurbishment in the last couple of years, so this is a key time for me to join the team. With increased conference capacity and the restaurant now in a prime hotel location, we have the scope to really develop our food offering and bring something different to guests. It is an exciting opportunity for me.”
The role of deputy general manager was vacated last year by Scott McDonald, who moved up to the Hotel’s top job as general manager.
Scott McDonald, general manager, said: “Martin’s appointment is timely, as we are looking to develop the Hotel with a stronger food offering this year and his experience and creative thinking will be a huge asset. We are delighted that he has joined the team.”
The Best Western Cresta Court Hotel’s recent upgrades have included a full bedroom, bar, reception and corridor refurbishment. The Hotel has also added the new Townfields restaurant, a beauty salon and business centre, and refurbished event spaces to include the creation of a new meeting room, The Allen Suite. The Hotel offers 200 free parking spaces and free high-speed WI FI.
For further information call 0161 927 7272 or visit, www.cresta-court.co.uk @CrestaCourt
"With increased conference capacity and the restaurant now in a prime hotel location, we have the scope to really develop our food offering and bring something different to guests."
Martin Wilson, deputy general manager
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