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Chester Grosvenor now home to ‘Restaurant Manager of the Year’

2016 Boutique Hotelier Personal Service Star Award,
The Chester Grosvenor, part of the Bespoke Hotels collection, has announced that Debbie Cappadonna, Restaurant Manager of the hotel’s La Brasserie has been named ‘Restaurant Manager of the Year’ at the 2016 Boutique Hotelier Personal Service Star Award, beating off competition from across the country, including 260 nominees from over 100 hotels.

By honouring the hardest working and most attentive staff members, the awards shed light on hospitality employees who go the extra mile to ensure their customers have the best possible experience. Having had her performance assessed by a judging panel including Andrew Love, Chairman of the Ritz Group, as well as Peter Hancock, Chief Executive of Pride of Britain Hotels, Debbie was recognised for her “infectious motivation and passion to see others succeed”, as well as her ability to spearhead “one of the most profitable trading periods in the hotel’s history”.  

“It’s an honour to be recognised in this way, but recognition really should also go to my team that I’m extremely proud to be surrounded by”, commented Debbie. “We’ve had a fantastic period of trading across the summer, and this award is testament to the hard work and passion of the entire F&B team, including La Brasserie’s Head Chef Gareth and his talented brigade.”  

“Debbie has always worked tirelessly to both meet and exceed expectations”, added Richard Grove, General Manager of The Chester Grosvenor. “Every member of staff at the hotel is delighted to see her dedication and energy rewarded in this way.”  

La Brasserie is recognised as one of the finest restaurants in Chester, with a delectable a la carte menu as well as a snappy 'Light Bite' option. Home to a striking hand-painted glass skylight, the restaurant oozes a feeling of French sophistication and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week.

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