Nat Green joins the hotel from Silversea cruise lines, where he held the position of concierge director. Prior to that he held front of house management positions ata number of cruise lines as well as at the Royal Station Hotel.
He will work to control and push forward the front of house offer at the five-star hotel, while working with the rest of the management team to deliver growth for the hotel.
He replaces Timothy Burton-Holloway in the position.
Meanwhile, The Doyle Collection has appointed a new assistant director of sales for The Kensington Hotel, also in London.
Anna Cort joins the hotel from the Kiwi Collection and with a wealth of experience within the luxury travel sector.
She will lead the sales team at The Kensington Hotel, focusing primarily on luxury lifestyle, local corporate business and entertainment sectors.
“I’m delighted to have joined The Doyle Collection and to take on this exciting new challenge at The Kensington Hotel,” she said. “Having worked primarily on the affiliation side of the industry within the luxury market, I believe I can apply the knowledge which I have gained to my new role.”