Harry Stallwood promoted to Head of Sales at The Arch London

Aimee Thomson

Aimee Thomson

Other 18th January 2019

Harry Stallwood promoted to Head of Sales at The Arch London

Harry Stallwood has been promoted to Head of Sales at The Arch London, a luxurious five-star boutique hotel in Marylebone.

Harry was previously the Sales Manager at The Arch London for 14 months, travelling extensively around the US, Latin America, Europe and the UK to engage new business contracts for the hotel.

Prior to The Arch London, he gained six years experience at the Dalata Hotel Group, commencing as Sales Manager and rising to Sales Director for the two London properties.

He commenced his career working at The Gore Hotel and Pelham Hotel in central London as a Sales Co-ordinator.

Harry has been involved in the hotel industry since the age of eight years, as his father owned The Bridge Hotel in Huntingdon in over 20 years. Harry’s dream is to one day own his own hotel.

Harry said: “I am incredibly passionate about the hotel business and my aim is to continue to bring a wealth of international business to The Arch London. I am extremely lucky to work for such a prestigious hotel with great service, style and accolades and be part of the team responsible for making it one of the best hotels in London”.

The Arch London is a luxurious Georgian townhouse hideaway in the heart of central London. The officially rated five star property is a regular resident amongst the top 20 Luxury hotels in the UK on TripAdvisor and has earned the 2017 Forbes Travel Guide Recommended Award. In November 2018, The Arch London won the Best Service Award 2019 in Condé Nast Johansens Awards for Excellence. Condé Nast Johansens is the principle reference guide to luxury hotels, spas and venues.
The hotel is tucked away on a residential street in Marylebone, a stone’s throw from Bond Street, Hyde Park and the West End, and spans seven Grade II listed Georgian townhouses and two mews homes.

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