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Ufford Park appoints new hotel manager

9.30am 25th April 2019 - People - This story was updated on Wednesday, April 24th, 2019

Max Moussa

Ufford Park Woodbridge Hotel, Golf and Spa has promoted head of operations Max Moussa to the position of hotel manager.

Moussa joined the team at Ufford Park in July 2017, and in that time has worked with each department to further improve operations and service levels in line with the hotel’s vision to achieve customer service excellence.

With an extensive background in hotel and restaurant management, Moussa has previously worked at Woodhall Manor in Woodbridge, Greyfriars Hotel in Colchester and Ravenwood Hall in Bury St Edmunds.

Commenting on his promotion, Moussa said: “I joined Ufford Park at a significant point in its history and have been proud to play a role in it its development over the past 21 months. During this time there have been significant changes within the hotel, including further enhancements to the Park Bar and Restaurant’s new look, the continuation of the room refurbishment programme and being awarded the Quality in Tourism Silver 3-star Accreditation.

He added: “Getting the silver award was a professional goal that held high importance for the hotel and I am proud to have been involved in achieving it.  The hotel continues to go from strength-to-strength and it is due to the great team that we have here.  I am thrilled to have been appointed as hotel manager and look forward to the new challenges ahead. In this new role I will continue to work with the team to strive towards achieving excellent customer service in all areas and to enhance our status as a destination location.”

Ufford Park Managing Director Tarnia Robertson said: “Max has been an invaluable asset to us since he started with us in 2017, and I know he will achieve great things as hotel manager. He has helped execute my vision for the hotel since his arrival and I know that he will continue to do so as manager.”


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