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QT Museum Wellington Welcomes New General Manager

September 4, 2017 Appointments / Movers & Shakers No Comments Email Email

QT Museum Wellington is excited by the appointment of new General Manager, Garth Solly who will commence with the hotel beginning of September. 

Solly is a General Manager who has had extensive experience working in and opening hotels across Australasia, India and Thailand.

More recently, Solly has been well-known around New Zealand’s luxury accommodation scene as Group General Manager of 5-star lodges; Kauri Cliffs, Cape Kidnappers and Matakauri Lodge. These luxury lodges are consistently recognised amongst the most celebrated boutique accommodation in the world.

Bringing his luxury expertise to Wellington, Garth will be responsible for overall operations management and will be leading the hotel’s 150 strong staff at QT’s newest designer hotel. Additionally, he will oversee the strategic direction of the hotel, daily operations and financial decisions.

Passionate about the highest standard of guest experience, with the upmost attention to detail – Solly’s great desire to succeed and new approach will be welcomed at QT Museum Wellington.

The 163 room property is located minutes from the entertainment district, and directly across from the national museum, Te Papa Tongarewa. Capturing the heart of New Zealand’s creative capital guests can immerse themselves in a fascinating fusion of high and low-brow art. QT Museum Wellington is where those in the know come for a taste of the avant-garde, while indulging in their most creative selves.

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