Five-star resort Cameron House has bolstered its operations team with the recruitment of four new senior members of staff.
The venue has appointed a guest relations manager, two wedding and special events planners, and a resort activities manager.
Louise Brodie fills the role of guest relations manager having worked in a similar role in Dubai, and as an award-winning receptionist at the Burj Al Arab hotel.
In a role that’s new to the hotel, Brodie will play a key part in identifying and implementing enhancements that will improve the guest experience.
Brodie said: “I was particularly attracted to Cameron House because of its fantastic reputation within the industry, and to the role itself because as with any new role I have the opportunity to make a difference and that is something very important to me.”
I was particularly attracted to Cameron House because of its fantastic reputation within the industry and to the role itself because as with any new role I have the opportunity to make a difference and that is something very important to me.Louise Brodie
Zoe Jordan and Hazel Stewart make up the new planning team for weddings and special events.
Jordan joins the team with extensive experience in the hospitality industry having previously held the position of events and PR manager for Buzzworks Holdings, and bar manager for Lochgreen House Hotel.
Jordan said: “I’m looking forward to helping lots of couples plan their big day in such beautiful surroundings and making their wedding day more special than they could even have imagined.”
Stewart joins Cameron House from Queen Mary II Ocean Liner, where she worked as an events manager.
Stewart added: “I’m excited to work in such an iconic Scottish hotel with breath-taking surroundings, and to work with couples on making their special day everything they dreamed of and more.”
The new activities manager, Calum Steel, will be responsible for the running of all activities on offer at Cameron House, including; Segway tours, bike hire, guided walks and archery. Steel previously spent 10 years working overseas at a five-star resort, managing both water sports and land-based activities.
Steel said: “Over the coming months I’ll be continuing to add more to our offering; especially looking at our winter activities and corporate events for larger groups.”
Cameron House is a five-star resort situated on the banks of Loch Lomond. It offers a range of amenities, from Michelin star dining, seaplane trips and loch cruises to the ultimate relaxation spa and golf days.