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Radisson Edwardian in Guildford to create 165 jobs

07 June 2011 by
Radisson Edwardian in Guildford to create 165 jobs

Radisson Edwardian is set to create 165 jobs when it opens its new hotel in Guildford in September.

The company has already announced several senior appointments for the hotel, with Peter Wardley as general manager, Bill Edwards as director of sales and Stephen Botha as deputy general manager.

The 185-bedroom hotel will feature two restaurants, a dining terrace, bar, spa, gym, swimming pool conference and meeting rooms.

Wardley said: "At Radisson Edwardian we are committed to finding, training and retaining the best staff and we expect to find many of these within the Guildford and wider Surrey communities. We are looking for individuals who share our passion for great service, but whose local knowledge will mean the difference between a good experience and a great experience to our guests."

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