Burnham Beeches Hotel has appointed Quinton O’Shea as general manager in the lead up to the hotel’s transition into a Laura Ashley Hotel.
Quinton has 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry working across the world in South Africa, Ireland and the UK.
Prior to joining Burnham Beeches, Quinton was general manager of luxury boutique hotel Solent Forts and five-star hotel Chateau Rhianfa in North Wales.
Quinton has also worked for highly acclaimed hotels, in general manager and operations manager roles, including Ramada, Millennium Copthorne, and Intercontinental Hotel Group.
Quinton said: “I am delighted and very privileged to have joined the Burnham Beeches Hotel team at such an exciting time as we approach the hotel’s highly anticipated rebranding as a Laura Ashley Hotel. I’m looking forward to sharing my passion and experience with the team and to start this new adventure together.”
Burnham Beeches Hotel, located in South Buckinghamshire, recently revealed a first look at its new Laura Ashley designed bedrooms, as it begins its transformation to rebrand as a Laura Ashley Hotel.
The four-star, 82-bedroom hotel is currently undergoing a major refurbishment and later this year will become the third hotel in the Laura Ashley Hotels portfolio.
The Laura Ashley Hotel portfolio, which also includes Laura Ashley Hotel The Belsfield, Windermere, and soon to include Laura Ashley Hotel The Iliffe, Coventry – currently known as The Chace Hotel.
The first Laura Ashley The Tea Room in the South of England opened at Burnham Beeches Hotel in August 2018.