Amanda Scott to leave Waldorf Hilton

06 February 2007 by
Amanda Scott to leave Waldorf Hilton

Amanda Scott, general manager at London's Waldorf Hilton hotel, is to leave after five years in the role.

Scott, who oversaw the £35m refurbishment and repositioning of the hotel which was previously a Meridien branded property, said that although she remained on good terms with Hilton, it was now time for a change.

She told Caterer and Hotelkeeper: "I'm looking to take some time off, to take stock and then consider my various options. I will stay in the industry though, hotels are my passion and I love London, but the great jobs don't grow on trees.

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