Norbert Stump Appointed General Manger of The Duke of Richmond

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The Duke of Richmond Hotel, located in St. Peter Port, Guernsey, has just appointed Norbert Stump as its new general manager.

Norbert Stump
Stump joined the hotel, which is part of The Red Carnation Hotel Collection, this June. This new post follows Stump’s previous position as general manager at The Coniston Hotel in North Yorkshire, a role he held for three years. 

He has also previously held hospitality management positions including deputy general manager at The Merton Hotel in Jersey and food and beverage manager at two other Red Carnation Hotel properties in London – Hotel 41 and The Rubens at The Palace – where he served from 2004 to 2009.

Stump’s time working at The Merton Hotel has given him familiarity with the Channel Islands and its warmer climate – a “major draw” for him and his family.

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He said that he is also pleased to return to another Red Carnation Hotel Collection property, a brand that he says has “exceptional standards of personalized service and generous hospitality.” He is looking forward to working closely with the team in Guernsey and to continue “exceeding guest expectations” in his new post. 

This year, the Duke of Richmond was received an award at the C.I. Travel Group Hotel Awards 2017:  "Voted Best 5 & 4 Star Hotel in Guernsey." The hotel also received TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence award In 2017, having been inducted into the TripAdvisor Hall of Fame in 2015.

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