Ronald Little has been appointed as General Manager of RBH operated hotel, Courtyard by Marriott Edinburgh.
Edinburgh born Ronald (45) brings 16 years’ experience as a manager to the four star hotel and will be trusted to ensure the ongoing success and reputation of the hotel.
He is well versed in how a hotel in the capital works and was previously at the DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh City Centre for the last nine years. This is a fellow RBH property. He has also led teams to success in previous roles atRamada Encore London West and Crowne Plaza London Docklands.
Ronald said: “With a proven track record of increasing revenue and direct guest bookings in previous roles, I’m looking forward to hitting the ground running with Courtyard by Marriott Edinburgh.
“There’s a great team in place here and the hotel has exceeded expectations since opening in 2016. I aim to build on this success and guide the property and team on a strong path of growth.”
Neil Taylor, Chief Operating Officer at RBH, said: “Ronald is an exceptionally experienced hotelier with a strong background in the industry. Over the years he has proven to be a fantastic asset to RBH so it goes without saying that we’re delighted to see him take up the reins at Courtyard by Marriott Edinburgh. I’m sure he will be an excellent addition to the team.”
Ronald Little will replace Grant McKenzie who moves to a senior role with Edinburgh headquartered real estate developer, Chris Stewart Group (CSG).
Courtyard by Marriott Edinburgh is operated by RBH, the UK’s leading independent hotel management company and owned by CSG.