We specialise in Hotel Management, may it be through acquisition (freehold or leasehold) or management agreements, our aim is to identify opportunities and execute a strategic plan to increase turnover and profitability.

 

We understand an owner’s priority, setting our sights and priorities clearly on optimising cashflow through effective operations and increasing asset value.

 

We provide independent hands on management services to an owner which will add value through multiple channels.  We guarantee a personalised level of service through constant communication, guidance, unlimited support, regular site visits and performance reviews with each individual hotel ensuring that the desired levels of turnover and profit is achieved and sustained.

 

If you do not require the services of a Hotel Management Company but still want to see your business develop then we are also able to offer you a consultancy facility.

 

 

WE CARE, WE ARE HANDS ON AND WE MAKE THE DIFFERENCE

Hotel Management

The Managed properties are operated with a strong focus on financial awareness, strong sales, revenue, marketing and hotel expertise, whilst keeping an ‘owner operator’ approach to each hotel in its local market place.

Consultancy Services

Consultancy Services cover hotels, spas, golf courses, conference facilities.

 

Allowing a fresh pair of eyes to review your operation, the management team and work practices can highlight areas in which improvements can be made resulting in better sales profits.

Telephone:

 

0161 667 1484

 

Email:

 

info@condorhotels.com

Registered Address:

 

St George’s House,

215 – 219 Chester Road,

Manchester,

M15 4JE

Company Reg Number:

 

10459557

 

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'Big enough to deliver - small enough to care'

Telephone:

0161 667 1484

 

Email:

info@condorhotels.co.uk

 

Registered Address:

St George’s House,

215 – 219 Chester Road,

Manchester,

M15 4JE

 

Company Reg Number:

10459557

A WINNING TEAM

'Big enough to deliver - small enough to care'