London – February 3, 2015 – Emma Dean has joined leading London serviced apartment owner/operator Clarendon Serviced Apartments as Sales Director.
Emma has an extensive background spanning over 15 years in the hospitality and business travel industry working for highly regarded global hotel and serviced apartment brands. Previous rolls include Cheval Residences and most recently Director of Sales for IHG extended stay brand Staybridge Suites, where Emma was instrumental in the launch and growth of sales for Stratford and Vauxhall properties. A well-known face within the industry, passionate and highly regarded, she joins Clarendon at a very exciting time.
Scott Hamilton MD of Clarendon Serviced Apartments is delighted to welcome Emma to the Clarendon team “Emma adds strong sector knowledge and leadership to the core Clarendon Team and joins us at a time of unprecedented growth in the Clarendon brand across central London’.
Emma echoes Scott’s comments; ”I’m thrilled to be joining Clarendon Serviced Apartments, a business that is highly regarded within the serviced apartment sector that has a firm reputation based on its service delivery and choice of prime locations. Clarendon has a number of pipeline openings in the coming year that will further strengthen its position as a London leading serviced apartment operator. I’m looking forward to being part of the team as Clarendon enters the next chapter”
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Clarendon Serviced Apartments offers a superb range of standard and superior serviced apartments across London, perfectly suited to individuals, groups and families seeking mid to long term accommodation. With over 200+ apartments to choose from covering 25 of the very best locations across the City Clarendon is one of the longest standing independent operators in London today.
Locations include the dizzy heights of Canary Wharf, the buzzing metropolis that is the City of London, the vibrancy and quirkiness that is the West End and Soho, the affluence and calmness of Marylebone and suburban leafy village settings like Kew Gardens and Richmond Park.