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nhow London appoints Murray Scott as new General Manager

The hotel, listed in Best Places to Stay 2020 (The Times), is one of the most bold and creative new hospitality spaces in the capital, designed around the theme ‘London reloaded’ by Project Orange.

LONDON –nhow London, the new lifestyle hotel, part of NH Hotel Group, shares that award-winner Murray Scott has joined the team as General Manager of the hotel. He will also oversee operations at NH Kensington as part of his responsibilities.

Murray worked his way up from Housekeeping Porter during his studies to General Manager, with 15 years of hospitality experience in addition to a degree in Hospitality Management at Edinburgh Napier University. He has worked with the likes of Marriott Autograph Collection (Bankside Hotel), Marriott (Grosvenor Square) and Sheraton (Edinburgh).

Murray has won multiple awards, including Acorn Award Winner 2015 (Caterer), Front of House Team of the Year 2019 (The Hotel Catey’s), Hospitality Gold Medal 2014 (Scottish Hotel Awards) and Rising Star of Scottish Hospitality 2014 (Catering Scotland).

He has a strong guest focus and excels at developing talent within his team.

Jan Joris Kriele, Regional Director of Operations from NH Hotel Group said of the hire: "Murray is full of drive, energy and enthusiasm, which is a perfect fit with our bold and inspiring London hotel. It has been a challenging time for everyone in the hospitality industry and we are excited to now have Murray at the helm to take nhow London into the post-pandemic era."

Vicky Karantzavelou
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