Constantin Betianu joins Samlesbury Hotel

The Best Western Plus Samlesbury Hotel has appointed Constantin Betianu as general manager.

Constantin Betianu Samlesbury Hotel

Constantin has taken up the reins at the Preston-based 80-bedroom hotel, which is owned by Squire Hotels. A wealth of experience in the industry, he has worked in senior roles at the Marriott Hotel, Preston whilst he also has extensive experience in the cruise industry.

The hotel, which is located just off the M6 motorway, joined the Best Western brand in December 2016 as part of a business enhancing decision.

He said: “I have worked in the area previously and I plan to utilise my experience to help the hotel grow in the city of Preston and further consolidate our position as a leading provider to bolster Lancashire’s booming economy and travel and tourism industry.

“Our location is ideal for those looking to explore hidden gems in the North West. It’s a superb time to join and we have plenty of plans in place for 2018.”

The Best Western Plus Samlesbury Hotel, on Preston Road, has one restaurant and eight meeting and conference rooms, including the Canberra Suite, which can hold up to 220 delegates.

Jodi Masterson, managing director, at Squire Hotels, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Costa to the team. He has a wealth of experience in the industry and he was the standout candidate. We’re sure that his qualities will help ta

ke the hotel to the next level.”

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