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Frantz Mathis appointed GM of Cameron House hotel

11 August 2016 by
Frantz Mathis appointed GM of Cameron House hotel

The five-AA-star, 134-bedroom Cameron House hotel has appointed Frantz Mathis as general manager.

Mathis joins the resort from Abu Dhabi, where he was executive assistant manager of food and beverage at the Shangri-La hotel. He previously worked in Dubai for One&Only Royal Mirage, JAL Hotels, Atlantis Resorts and Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts.

Cameron House, which overlooks Loch Lomond, is now owned by American private equity firm KSL Capital Partners, having been acquired from the QHotels portfolio owned by Sankaty Advisors and Canyon Partners in November 2015. It boasts two golf courses, a spa and 184 timeshare lodges. It also has four restaurants, including the Michelin-starred Martin Wishart on Loch Lomond.

Mathis described the hotel as "an iconic Scottish resort" in a unique setting. "From stunning views to excellent dining and accommodation, as well as a diverse range of amenities, it offers visitors from Scotland and further afield a taste of hospitality at its very best."

Andy Roger, resort director at Cameron House, added: "Mathis brings with him a wealth of experience and expertise that will help us to deliver the highest levels of customer service at Cameron House hotel. He has worked at some of the top hotels in the world, has a great enthusiasm for the industry and will be a real asset to our team."

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