The 60-bedroom Georgian House hotel in London's Victoria has appointed Acorn Award-winner Adam Rowledge as general manager.
The boutique hotel has made the appointment as part of its aims to achieve five-star status.
Rowledge was also awarded a Master Innholder scholarship on the Cranfield Talent Development Programme in 2015, and won his Acorn Award in 2012. His career to date has most recently included the general manager role at the Bannatyne spa hotel in Hastings, alongside positions at the South Lodge hotel, the Nutfield Priory hotel and spa, and the Hotel du Vin in Henley-on-Thames.
Commenting on his new appointment, Rowledge said: "I am delighted to be joining the hotel at such an exciting time and look forward to leading the team."
Owner Serena von der Heyde added: "[Rowledge] joins us at a critical and exciting time. We are thrilled to have [him] in the team and look forward to seeing what he brings to the hotel to ensure we continue to go from strength to strength."
The hotel, which is best known for its Harry Potter-style ‘Wizard Chambers', has also recently undergone a £35,000 refurbishment, including the addition of two ‘Enchanted Chambers' to its wizard-themed bedroom portfolio.
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