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New General Manager to take on Aberdeen hotel duo

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ABERDEEN Airport Hotels, the Crowne Plaza and the Holiday Inn Express, have announced their new General Manager.

M&L, a Singapore-based hotel real estate investor, has appointed Gordon Fraser as General Manager of the newly built hotels.

Bringing over 20 years of management experience, including eight years with Hilton Worldwide at the Hilton Edinburgh Grosvenor Hotel, Gordon has immersed himself in multi-site management, mid-market and up-market properties, new builds, distressed properties, change programmes and capital project management throughout his career.

Speaking on his new role, Gordon said:

“A huge part of my new role as General Manager at Crowne Plaza Aberdeen Airport and Holiday Inn Express Aberdeen Airport will be to work with the operations teams at both sites to grow the businesses across the conferencing and leisure markets.”

Tower Hotel Management currently operates award-winning hotels under various international brands including Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Hampton by Hilton and Ramada Encore by Wyndham. The latest venture, Courtyard by Marriott at Keele University will open in late Autumn 2020.

Peter de la Perrelle, Managing Director at Tower Hotel Management, said: “We’re extremely pleased to welcome Gordon on board. He brings a wealth of hotel operating experience and we look forward to seeing his presence make a difference at the two hotels.”

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