The Hazelton’s Robert Redmile appointed vice director of Les Clefs d'Or for Ontario
Redmile will coordinate special events and mentor aspiring members during his forthcoming two-year tenure.
Robert Redmile, assistant chef concierge at The Hazelton Hotel has been appointed vice director of Les Clefs d’Or for Ontario, he will coordinate special events and mentor aspiring members during his forthcoming two-year tenure.
“We are so proud of Robert and our brilliant concierge team spearheaded by our chef concierge, Ronaldo Breton,” said Gaurav Dutta, general manager, The Hazelton Hotel. “Les Clefs d’Or concierges are the lifeblood of the hospitality industry with over 4000 members, serving more than 100 million guests every year and working in every corner of the globe. Our concierge team is a vital aspect of our operations and our Hazelton family; providing nothing short of inspired service to our guests and residence alike. Well done, Robert!”
Les Clefs d’ Or Canada is a collective of hotel concierges “dedicated to the achievement of exceptional service by connecting, educating and inspiring its members to constantly exceed guest expectations” according to its mission statement. It is a not-for-profit association that has been a Les Clefs d’Or International member since 1976. Les Clefs d’ Or has 136 Canadian members and over 4,000 concierges in the world.
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