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Renaissance London Heathrow welcomes three new managers

Renaissance London Heathrow, owned and operated by the Arora Group, has announced that it has expanded its senior team with three new appointments including Hotel Manager, Front of House Manager and Head of Sales.

Leading the luxury 4-star hotel as Hotel Manager will be Bharat Madan (pictured). Joining Madan is Mario Goncalves as Front of House Manager, and Manuel Armijo-Vermeiren as interim Head of Sales.

New Hotel Manager, Madan has 14 years’ experience in the hospitality industry. After studying Hospitality and Tourism Management at Oxford Brookes University, he began his career in 2004 at the Swindon Marriott Hotel and was later part of the opening team at Leicester Marriott Hotel. Bharat later progressed to Director of Operations at Heathrow Windsor Marriott before taking on his current role at Renaissance London Heathrow.

New Front of House Manager, Goncalves began his career in Portugal as a trainee receptionist. He has progressed through various front office roles in some of the world’s leading hotel brands over the last 15 years, including IHG, Principal Hotel Company and the Park Inn by Radisson London Heathrow.

Originally from Málaga, Armijo-Vermeiren joins the team as Head of Sales. Manuel started his hospitality sales career in 2009 and has gained a wide breadth of experience in the luxury hotel market through sales roles at hotels including The Savoy and Meliá Hotels International.

Yousif Al-wagga, General Manager, Renaissance London Heathrow, said, “We are delighted to welcome all three new team members to our hotel. They bring a huge amount of knowledge and expertise with them, and we know they will complement our existing team well, working alongside them to ensure that we continue to provide the welcoming and friendly experience that we are known for.”