Starhotels' Appoints New Manager To It's Portfolio
Starhotels' Collezione welcome the appointment of Maurizio Raedello to oversee three of its luxury London properties: The Gore, The Franklin, and The Pelham. The Starhotels' Collezione combines 12 of Starhotels' most sophisticated offerings, symbolising old world elegance, character and service.
Maurizio Raedello moves to the London arm of the group from the 5 star Hotel Castille in Paris ( Collezione Starhotels). He brings with him a wealth of experience in the hospitality industry, where he has spent 25 years responsible for undertaking the successful operational management of some of the World's most impressive hotels.
Raedello started his career in hospitality in Switzerland, studying at the Geneva Hotel Management school. This was followed by working for a number of luxury hotels and groups, such as Hilton Worldwide, Celtic Manor Resort in South Wales and Jolly Hotel Group in London and Paris - between 1996 and 2003.
Maurizio Raedello says: "I am delighted to be returning to London and joining this passionate team and amazing project." I am very much focused on delivering the Starhotel's Collezione warm and bespoke service by offering unique experiences".
Enzo Casati, Managing Director of Starhotels says: "Maurizio Raedello is a confirmed professional, with multiple years of international experience with luxury hotels, many of them spent with our company. We are confident that his arrival in London will bring such amazing experience to our London properties and a wonderful addition to the hotels' team.
Starhotels London Collezione
About The Gore:
The legacy of London's Gore hotel dates back to 1892; where understated elegance, and service remained symbolic of a bygone age. The grand heritage of the hotel, has always had the same familiar intimacy of a London club, along with undeniably impeccable service. The quintessentially English appeal of it is as loved as much as the allure of its near neighbour, the Royal Albert Hall, which has won hearts and minds over the years.
About The Franklin:
Set in an elegant Victorian building just minutes away from Knightsbridge shopping. With its boutique interior styling of plush grey velvet and bijoux style interiors by Anouska Hempel, the views over Egerton gardens can't be more stunning and tranquil.
About The Pelham:
The tradtional home comfort, styling and design of the Pelham, provides the perfect standpoint for a London stay as its a stone's throw away from the museums, galleries, and boutiques of South Kensington.