The Beaumont Lodge has introduced the appointment of Nicholas Soames as its chairman, and Duncan Palmer as its new managing director.
Soames has been on the board of the Beaumont since April final 12 months, and can tackle the position of chairman on April 21st.
He’ll play a job in overseeing the event of the property because it reopens this summer season after finishing a profitable refurbishment throughout lockdown.
Palmer additionally joins the staff on April 21st, and replaces Jannes Soerensen who’s leaving after greater than 5 years within the position of common supervisor.
Soames was a member of parliament for over 25 years, presenting each Mid Sussex and Crawley.
He served as a junior minister on the ministry of agriculture, fisheries and meals and from 1994-1997 he was minister of state for the armed forces.
Palmer has labored within the luxurious resort trade for over 35 years, and was most lately managing director on the Murray in Hong Kong, a multi-awarding successful property.
He beforehand spent 11 years at Langham Hospitality Group, the place he oversaw the creation of its flagship property the Langham, London.
Palmer joins the Beaumont forward of its reopening this summer season following the refurbishment of its floor flooring areas and Spa.
He stated: “I’ve been an enormous admirer of the Beaumont’s distinctive model and impeccable service because it opened in 2014, and am delighted to be becoming a member of at this thrilling second in its brief however distinguished historical past.
“I’ve already been massively impressed with the imaginative and prescient and ambition for the resort, and with the plain high quality of its staff. I can not wait to get began.”
The Beaumont Lodge in London is a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts.