Robert Nadler has stepped down from his role as CEO of Nadler Hotels, 12 years after he founded the group.
Nadler was behind the development and growth of the Nadler Hotels group, from its beginnings in 2006 as the Base2Stay brand with only one hotel in Kensington.
Last year Nadler Hotels had two of its properties listed in TripAdvisor’s Top 25 Hotels in the UK for 2017.
Yvonne Jackson, previously operations director of Nadler Hotels for the past six years, has been appointed interim chief executive. She moves into the role with more than 20 years’ experience in the hospitality industry.
Nadler leaves the business with a programme of planned further openings in place, starting with a Covent Garden property due to open in early 2019.
Robert Peto chairman of Nadler Hotels, said: “Robert’s vision, drive and commitment to building the foundation of our highly successful group of hotels cannot be understated. He leaves us in a great position from which to accelerate our growth, and with our very best wishes for his future, both within and outside the commercial world.
“We are delighted to welcome Yvonne Jackson to the role of interim CEO, and look forward to entering a new chapter in our history.”