Saffron Walden woman lands Marriott Hotels inspector job
PUBLISHED: 11:20 13 March 2010 | UPDATED: 22:10 31 May 2010
A SAFFRON Walden woman has beaten thousands of other hopefuls to land the job of a hotel inspector. Caitlin Storey was chosen by Marriot Hotels to help ensure that the hotel group s newly-refurbished properties in East Anglia remain in top condition. The
A SAFFRON Walden woman has beaten thousands of other hopefuls to land the job of a hotel inspector.
Caitlin Storey was chosen by Marriot Hotels to help ensure that the hotel group's newly-refurbished properties in East Anglia remain in top condition.
The 28-year-old was hand-picked for the role by the UK's original hotel inspector, Ruth Watson, from almost 2000 entries submitted by the public explaining why they would make good hotel inspectors.
Her role will include complementary stays at refurbished hotels in the area. She will also experience all aspects of a typical guest stay.
Caitlin said. "I am delighted that Marriott has chosen me as its hotel inspector for East Anglia. Running my own theatre company involves regular travel throughout the year so I am a well seasoned traveller and this is a fantastic opportunity for me to combine my experience of hotels with helping Marriott keep their refurbished properties to a high standard"
Equipped with a checklist, Caitlin will feedback her findings and experiences to Marriott, which will in turn help the hotel group to ensure standards remain high and meet the exacting needs of the general public.
Marriott's 'hotel inspector' campaign is part of a wider strategy employed by Marriott Hotels to communicate the group's recent investment of £120 million in the renovation of several Hotels within its UK portfolio. The campaign launched in January of this year and is the first time a UK hotel group has called on the general public to help keep its portfolio to a high standard following a large investment in the product.
For more information visit marriott.co.uk/refurb