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New House Manager at Chandos House


Apr 11, 2011 | News

Nicholas Dennis has been promoted to house manager at Chandos House – an outstanding central London venue of choice for weddings, parties and launches (home to the Royal Society of Medicine). Responsible for driving the long term strategy and management of events at the House, Nicholas is well rehearsed at co-ordinating large scale events on a day-to-day basis.

Previously operations manager at One Wimpole Street (also home to the Royal Society of Medicine), Nicholas has shown an enormous amount of skill, hard work and dedication which has resulted in this exciting promotion. Chandos House continues to strive due to dedicated strategic marketing and excellent customer service, making the next logical step the appointment of a house manager to ensure smooth running of all operations.

Arriving at One Wimpole Street back in 2004 as assistant conference and banqueting manager, Nicholas successfully worked his way up to operations manager in 2008 and was the front of house face for the department. Having implemented outstanding operational procedures to ensure all events run smoothly, efficiently and safely, Nicholas will be a real asset to the team at Chandos House.

Prior to arriving at One Wimpole Street, Nicholas lived in Australia where he worked at the Holiday Inn Sydney City Airport as a key member of their team after passing a Hospitality Management Diploma.

Chandos House, an historic conference and party venue that combines excellent service and hospitality in an elegant setting in central London, is ideal for a wide range of events including wedding receptions, civil ceremonies and partnerships, meetings, conferences, executive away days, corporate entertainment and formal dinners to name but a few.

Located in the heart of London's medical quarter, between Portland Place, Oxford Circus and the fashionable Marylebone Village, Chandos House is a five minute walk from Oxford Circus tube station.

Built between 1769 and 1771, Chandos House has been restored to its original splendour retaining many of the renowned Adam architectural features. Offering six principal function rooms, each room boasts its own unique character and ambience as well as benefitting from natural daylight. A charming outdoor walled garden terrace, provides a tranquil haven in Central London.

For further information on Chandos House, please contact us on 0207 290 2951 or visit www.chandoshouse.co.uk.

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