Royal Horseguards Owners Launch New Hotel Company glh.

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londonRoyal Horseguards owners GuocoLeisure Limited are launching a brand-new hotel company: glh.

Driven by CEO Mike DeNoma, who joined the company 12 months ago, the new company is set to roll out three new brands over the next 12 months. This includes a new luxury brand that we hear will debut in July 2013.

Commenting on today’s launch Mike DeNoma, said: “We’re delighted to launch glh. a new hotel company that signifies our intent and ambition to unlock human potential and give property owners and developers a new deal. We want to be
the first port of call for developers, owners and investors who want a new deal from a hotel management company.”

Mike added: “If you want to change the world, be profit accountable in an autonomous and decisive general management role, give us a call.”

The glh. global owner-operator strategy focuses on the 100 major global cities with the ten year ambition to deliver the best guest centred experience in the industry. The company is underpinning this with the use of advanced customer facing technology, infrastructure and decision science.

 

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