The Chester Grosvenor handed out gongs to three of their hardest-working staff this month, at a glittering awards ceremony held at the hotel’s Westminster Suite.
Employee, Apprentice and Hotel Personality of the Year 2014 were announced, and saw managing director Jonathan Slater present the awards to the three winners.
Kimberley Knapp, assistant events manager was named Employee of The Year 2014, who joined the Chester Grosvenor in 2007 and has been promoted twice since.
The Apprentice of the Year award was presented to Jack Gough who joined the hotel through Simon Radley’s Kitchen Academy in 2013. He has since risen through the ranks with dedication and hard work to become demi chef de partie.
The prize for Personality of the Year went to senior receptionist Evelina Jablonska, who was voted the winner by her peers.
Managing director Jonathan Slater presented the awards at a ceremony that included champagne and a chance for the team to enjoy some of the Grosvenor’s famous afternoon tea delights. He said: “The team we have at The Chester Grosvenor are truly talented. They are dedicated and passionate about hospitality and I am proud and appreciative of every one of them. These awards are a chance to give back to them.”