The Langham London Appoints Paul Walters as General Manager

Paul Walters, Langham LondonAn experienced veteran from Langham Hospitality Group’s head office in Hong Kong is taking the helm at the flagship property in London. As General Manager of The Langham London, Paul Walters will oversee the operations of the regal landmark at the top of Regent Street, including its glam Chuan Spa and renowned dining outlets (Palm Court; the David Collins designed signature restaurant Roux at The Landau and Artesian bar). Since 2007, Walters had served as Vice President – Brands at Langham’s Hong Kong office, where he was responsible for the luxury Langham brand, the contemporary five star Langham Place brand and the midscale Eaton brand. Prior to that, Walters worked in General Manager positions at W Sydney (launching the first W hotel outside of the US); The Serai, Bali; The Chedi Ubud; The Chedi Manggis and The Careyes, Mexico. For more information, see www.langhamhospitalitygroup.com.

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