Lancaster London appoints Sally Beck as hotel manager

05 December 2012 by
Lancaster London appoints Sally Beck as hotel manager

Sally Beck has been appointed as hotel manager at the Lancaster London.

Beck will be responsible for the operation of one of the largest banqueting hotels in Europe, which can cater for up to 3,000 guests. The hotel also has 416 rooms, plus two restaurants.

Prior to joining Lancaster London, Beck was the marketing director of Lancaster London's five-star sister property, the Landmark London for 11 years. While in this role, she was also general manager of Basil Street Apartments in Knightsbridge and a director of her own business, Purple Summit, which provides consulting to independent hoteliers.

Before joining the Lancaster Landmark Hotel Company, Beck's other roles included working as director of sales and marketing at Aramark, director of sales and marketing at Royal Garden hotel, and director of sales and marketing at Conrad London.

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