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Maldron Hotel Manchester City Centre appoints GM ahead of opening

Carl Davies, who originates from South Wales, has been working in the hospitality industry for 17 years and joined the Dalata Hotel Group in 2016

Maldron Hotel Manchester City Centre has announced the appointment of Carl Davies as GM ahead of its official opening which is set to take place in February.

Situated in the heart of Manchester, the four-star Maldron Hotel Manchester City Centre, which is owned by the Dalata Hotel Group, will feature 278 bedrooms, a restaurant and bar, a coffee shop, fitness suite and meeting and event rooms.

Davies, who originates from South Wales, has been working in the hospitality industry for 17 years and joined the Dalata Hotel Group in 2016. Beginning his career with the Irish hotel group as food and beverage manager for Clayton Hotel Cardiff, he “quickly moved up the ranks” to deputy GM.

In 2018, he relocated to Newcastle to help open the Maldron Hotel Newcastle as deputy GM, followed by a stint in London as interim deputy GM at Clayton Crown Hotel.

Davies said: “I am absolutely delighted to be appointed General Manager for our new Maldron Hotel Manchester City Centre. It’s been incredibly exciting watching the hotel come together, from the early days of construction through to the recruitment of our experienced team as we inch closer to opening day.

“There is a great buzz in the air with momentum picking up pace and the hotel really beginning to take shape now. No two days have been the same so far but that is what I love about working in hospitality.”

He added: “The hotel is in such a brilliant location and our guests will have all that is great about Manchester right on the doorstep, with comfortable stylish rooms for them to relax and unwind in after a day of exploring.“Manchester is a really friendly and diverse place, with so much to offer to people looking for a city break. We are very excited to welcome our guests with the friendly and warm customer service Maldron Hotels are known for.”

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