Georgian House has announced the appointment of a new general manager to replace Adam Rowledge who left the hotel this month to start his own consultancy practice.
The five-star boutique hotel near Victoria in London has promoted Florence Alloing to the position from her role as reception and revenue manager.
She joined the Grade-II listed hotel at the start of the year.
Previous roles include stints at Park Plaza Victoria London, South Place Hotel, Apex City of London and Intercontinental London Park Lane, as well as three years in her home country of France at Le Grand Balcon Hotel in Toulouse.
Speaking after her appointment, Florence Alloing, new general manager of Georgian House, said: “I’m very excited to start my new role – my time so far at Georgian House has been a fantastic experience and I can’t wait to take on new challenges as general manager. My passion is for delighting guests throughout their experience and at Georgian House there will be endless opportunities to do so.”
Owner of Georgian House, Serena von der Heyde, said: “I am delighted that Florence is progressing so quickly and she has already made a huge impact since joining the team. I’m really pleased that through this appointment, our ethos of opportunity, growth and diversity is demonstrably working in practice. Florence is a dynamic talent and undoubtedly ready to take Georgian House forward on the next step of our journey.”
Adam Rowledge announced in May that he was to left his role at Georgian House after four years to launch Rowledge Associates to focus to ‘improving the employee experience in hospitality’.