Cliff House Hotel in Southbourne has announced the appointment of Chamane Epps as events and sales manager.
Epps takes over the role from Vicki Hallam and will now focus on driving events and enquiries through marketing and sales campaign and developing a range of corporate, weddings and private events packages alongside.
The 14-bed boutique, owned by Andrew Gosling, CEO of Food Show, is managed by Tim Seward, who made the list of Unsung Heroes in the Boutique Hotelier Power List 2016 for his contributions to both Cliff House and the hotel’s local community.
Epps joins Cliff House Hotel having worked in the hospitality industry for more than 10 years; recently as reservations and sales manager for Artist Residence in Brighton and then Lime Wood Hotel in Hampshire.
Tim Seward general manager commented: “We are thrilled to welcome Chamane to Cliff House Hotel. Her creative mind and appetite for success will be the perfect fit into our small talented team.”
Epps said: “I am delighted to join Cliff House Hotel; this beautiful boutique hotel has a real feeling of passion and I cannot wait to start working with our clients to develop and create some fabulous events.”