Macdonald Hotels & Resorts open new Windsor hotel

14 September 2010 by
Macdonald Hotels & Resorts open new Windsor hotel

Macdonald Hotels & Resorts has opened a new 120-bedroom hotel in Windsor this week.

Set on the site of the old Caley's department store, the Macdonald Windsor Hotel is a two-minute walk from the gates of Windsor Castle. It has a 90-seat restaurant, Caleys, and six meeting rooms for conferences and events.

The general manager is Beverley Molmans, who has worked for Macdonald Hotels & Resorts for 12 years, most recently as general manager of the Macdonald Burlington Hotel in Birmingham.

With the opening of the Windsor hotel, Macdonald Hotels & Resorts now has 50 properties in the UK.

Macdonald Hotels opens new property in Windsor >>

Beverley Molmans joins Macdonald Hotels & Resorts as general manager >>

Three senior appointments at the Macdonald Windsor Hotel >>

By Janet Harmer

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