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Mangapapa Petit Hotel appoints Nick Judd as Hotel Manager

Mangapapa Petit Hotel appoints Nick Judd as Hotel Manager

Nick Judd has been appointed to the role of Hotel Manager at the five star luxurious boutique Mangapapa Petit Hotel.

Nick has spent seven years in England where he managed the Burgh Island Hotel a 25 room, five star hotel in Devon England, where during his tenure it was voted Britain’s most romantic hotel in 2011 by readers of the Good Hotel Guide.

He also took the property to number one on Trip advisor for in the South Hams where it stayed for the past six years.

Nick is delighted to join Mangapapa to continue his five star management of hotels.

Hotel Director Chase Arquette says Nick has excellent leadership qualities, and on customer service he is top notch with his ability to meet and exceed guests’ expectations.

“He is enthusiastic, self motivated, has good business acumen and is highly organized, which is just what we need for the hotel management at Mangapapa,” said Mr Arquette.

Nick was born and bred in Hawkes Bay before moving overseas to gain further experience in the hotel sector.

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