Luxury hotel creating 35 new jobs

20th March 2013

A much-loved Cotswold hotel is creating dozens of new jobs as part of a £10m refurbishment project.

Dormy House, near Broadway, closed this week for the first phase of redevelopment work to begin.  This will include the hotel’s public areas and all 40 bedrooms being renovated, while the second stage of the investment will see a stylish new House Spa created.

And the four-star hotel is currently recruiting to fill around 35 new positions, which range from porters and bar staff to chefs and management positions.  Anyone interested can visit the dedicated Dormy House Career website at www.dormyhousecareers.co.uk.

David Field, general manager of the hotel, said: “To be able to create so many new jobs during the current economic climate is something we are very excited about.

“Thanks to the £10m investment, it’s a great time to join the Dormy team so we anticipate hundreds of applicants for the roles.

“At Dormy House we pride ourselves on our quality of service so for us, the vital ingredient in any employee is their character.  We won’t just be focusing our search on those with years of hospitality experience – anyone who is passionate about customer service, has a great personality and plenty of initiative will be welcome to apply.”

The hotel will reopen to guests in August and remain open while work continues on the House Spa, which is due to launch in early 2014.