Mallory Court in Warwickshire, part of the Eden Hotel Collection, has announced the appointment of a new general manager.
The four-star, 43-bedroom hotel has welcomed Nick Hanson to the role of GM, taking over from Eden Hotel Collection’s director Greg Fehler, who has been acting general manager at Mallory Court since Sarah Baker stepped down earlier this year.
Hanson will officially take up his new position on Monday January 7 2019.
He will join the hotel from The Idle Rocks and St Mawes Hotel in Cornwall, where he was general manager for both properties since August 2016.
Hanson has also held GM roles at The Bath Priory, The Vineyard Hotel and Sharrow Bay in the Lake District.
Mallory Court, which is set in 10 acres of gardens, opened a new Elan Spa last year, which also saw the launch of 12 new spa bedrooms.
The hotel’s dining outlets, which include the flagship restaurant The Dining Room, were also given an uplift.
Mark Chambers, managing director, Eden Hotel Collection said: “I am delighted Nick is joining our excellent team at Mallory Court. He has a proven track record and brings a wealth of experience in managing luxury hotels. I am looking forward to working with Nick, collectively taking the business forwards with a fresh new approach and initiatives.”
The Eden Hotel Collection has evolved over the last 17 years through acquisition and restoration by The Rigby Group Plc, founded by IT entrepreneur Sir Peter Rigby.
The Eden Hotel Collection consists of nine luxury hotels, restaurants and spas; Mallory Court, Leamington Spa; Buckland Tout-Saints Hotel and Bovey Castle in Devon; The Kings Hotel, Cotswolds; The Arden Hotel and Arden House in Stratford-upon-Avon; Brockencote Hall Hotel, Worcestershire; The Greenway Hotel & Spa, Cheltenham, and The Mount Somerset Hotel & Spa, Somerset.