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Beaumont Estate appoints new General Manager

Steve Jones, General Manager
Beaumont Estate, part of the PH Hotels Collection, in Old Windsor has appointed Steve Jones as its new general manager. With over 22 years industry experience, Jones joins Beaumont Estate from Four Pillars Hotels where he oversaw Cotswold Water Park and Tortworth Court as regional manager, as well as  assisted in the day to day running of all 6 properties in the Four Pillars portfolio.

Having managed hotel assets turning over in excess of £21m Jones will be responsible for identifying and delivering strategies to maximise profits across the leisure and conference areas of the business, on top of directing all hotel services including front and back of house. Jones will also ensure employees are well versed in key brand messages and uphold excellent standards.  

Jones said: “It’s an exciting time at Beaumont Estate. We are investing in expanding the team, overhauling the hotels infrastructure and are already planning major new developments for the coming years. The property trades exceptionally well and my focus is now on improving upon this by creating a culture where the guests are at the forefront of all that we do, whether this be offering enhanced customer service or rolling out new product offerings.”  

Jones’ previous experience has seen him manage large and complex hotel resorts with high guest volume and multiple outlets including banqueting, spa and pubs. He has also managed multi-million pound renovations and refurbishment projects.  

A four star hotel, Beaumont Estate comprises 414 bedrooms and 75 inspiring spaces across 8 meeting zones in which to hold a variety of private and corporate events including weddings, meetings, conferences and Christmas parties. Free car parking is available for 400 cars.  

In June 2014 Beaumont Estate unveiled its refurbished Tudor Suite event space, which includes a private walled garden and lounge area. The space was purposefully redeveloped to accommodate 140 people to cater to the middle market desiring a small- medium sized space to host events. This recent refurbishment follows an £8.1 million renovation and restoration of the White House and the Chapel completed four years prior.

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