The Park Hotel appoints Tegan Baker Sales Manager
After a successful refresh, including the transition from The Watermark Hotel to The Park Hotel under the new ownership of Event Hotels and Resorts, The Park Hotel has announced a new addition to the leadership team – Tegan Baker, Sales Manager.
While new to the Event Hotels and Resorts family, Tegan brings with her eight years’ experience in the Brisbane hotel market to her new role. Previous roles have included Conference & Events Sales Executive at the Pullman and Mercure King George Square, and Conference & Events Sales Coordinator at The Sebel Brisbane.
In this role, Tegan will implement sales strategy plans and business development goals, while using a customer focus to maximise revenue for this multi-faceted property.
Marking a new chapter for The Park Hotel, Jude Pollock, General Manager at The Park Hotel said, “The expansion to the sales team will be greatly welcomed. I am confident Tegan’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge will be a key addition to The Park Hotel brand, and I am excited to welcome her. Not only is she highly experienced in what she does, but also dedicated to providing the best possible experience for our corporate and leisure travellers.”
Formerly The Watermark Hotel, The Park Hotel is now under the banner of Event Hotels and Resorts and stands sentinel over Brisbane’s stunning Roma Street parklands and the city in its prime Spring Hill position, and if you listen carefully, you can hear the siren from Suncorp.
The Park Hotel’s new ownership comes at an opportune time in Brisbane’s history – the Roma Street Parklands is set to become a true entertainment hub with the development of Brisbane LIVE, in addition of course to the redevelopment of the Transit Centre. The Park Hotel boasts prime position. The Park Hotel Brisbane can be found at 551 Wickham Terrace in historic Spring Hill, a short stroll from the Brisbane CBD. The property boasts 94 guest rooms, a restaurant, bar and conference facilities for up to 200 people.
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