New era at the Grand Ho­tel

Bray People - - News -

ONE of Wick­low Town’s most well­known land­marks, The Grand Ho­tel Wick­low, has re­cently ap­pointed a new Gen­eral Man­ager.

Sean Kelly is orig­i­nally from Gal­way, and is now set­tled with his fam­ily in Bray.

He brings ex­ten­sive knowl­edge of the ho­tel and ca­ter­ing in­dus­try, hav­ing worked most re­cently as Cor­po­rate Ca­ter­ing Man­ager with Lans­downe Road, and pre­vi­ously with the Thomas Reid Group (Kingswood Coun­try House), Doyle Ho­tels ( The Burling­ton) and also State­side in Martha’s Vine­yard.

In his spare time he is an avid rugby, golf and GAA en­thu­si­ast.

Sean’s pri­or­i­ties at The Grand Ho­tel are to en­sure the high­est of cus­tomer ser­vice stan­dards as well as guar­an­tee­ing top qual­ity food and con­fer­ence and ban­quet­ing fa­cil­i­ties.

Al­ready he has ap­pointed a new Food and Bev­er­ages Man­ager; Monika Laskowska (Kingswood Coun­try House) a new Front Desk Man­ager; Beth Ro­nan ( Bew­ley’s Ho­tels), and brought back pre­vi­ous well- known bar and night­club man­ager, Ian Alvey from Wick­low Town.

In ad­di­tion, Wynne’s main ho­tel bar has un­der­gone a stylish re- vamp which makes it the per­fect set­ting for ca­sual din­ing and in­for­mal par­ties.

The foyer and main Abbey and Friar func­tion rooms, which cater re­spec­tively for 100 — 300 and 40 — 100 guests, are cur­rently be­ing re- dec­o­rated.

Last but not least, Brody’s Restau­rant is be­ing re- opened for a more for­mal din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence with Sun­day Lunch served from 12.30 p. m. to 4 p. m. ev­ery Sun­day.

Choose from suc­cu­lent Roast Sir­loin of Ir­ish Beef and Baked At­lantic Sal­mon to name a few.

To cel­e­brate this new era at the Grand Ho­tel, Sean and his new team are de­lighted to an­nounce a fan­tas­tic Sun­day Lunch back-to-school of­fer in Brody’s Restau­rant.

Grand Ho­tel man­agers Sean Kelly, Monika Laskowska, El­iz­a­beth Ro­nan, Ais­ling Brod­er­ick, Ray Bro­gan and Ian Alvey.

Re­lax and en­joy your lunch at the Grand Ho­tel, Wick­low.

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