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Foxhills New General Manager To Drive £25m Development

2.34pm 18th August 2018 - People

Foxhills Club & Resort has appointed a new general manager to drive its ambitious £25m development project. Tej Walia, a member of Institute of Hospitality and St.Julian’s scholar with more than seven years of experience as a general manager, has headed south after successful spells at Macdonald’s Crutherland House and Houstoun House hotels in Scotland.

Marc Hayton with Tej Walia

After starting his impressive career at Oberoi hotels, Kempinski and Grand Hyatt, the new Foxhills GM then spent eight years at Hilton developing his management acumen.

The 400-acre Surrey resort caters for a wide variety of leisure pursuits with two Championship-standard golf courses and the par-three Manor course, 70 bedrooms, three restaurants, 11 tennis courts, three squash courts, four swimming pools, an award-winning health spa, conference and meeting facilities, a youth club and a weekly cycling club.

But an exciting new era beckons with expansion and improvements to the facilities on the agenda. And managing director, Marc Hayton, is delighted with the recruitment of the new general manager ahead of a major revamp for Foxhills in the coming months.

Hayton said: “The calibre of applicants was uniformly high, but Tej was the standout candidate. As the club enters an exciting period with our masterplan, Tej will provide visible leadership focusing on process and training to the benefit of members, guests and our 250 colleagues. It is now a fantastic opportunity for Tej to put his own stamp on a historic resort for generations to come.”

Walia said: “Being appointed as the Foxhills general manager is a huge honour. I am really looking forward to meeting the members and working with the friendly team at the club. I can’t wait to get started.”

Foxhills Club & Resort

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