The coronavirus pandemic has arguably led to an unprecedented threat to the hospitality industry around the world. But what will recovery look like as we transition in to the ‘new normal’, and beyond? Which are the radical changes being made in advance of hotels opening, and which may be here to stay? What will be the consequences of the increase in domestic travel? And, more pertinently, what does the controversial and recently imposed compulsory two week quarantine for incoming international travellers mean for UK hotels?

Don’t miss our upcoming virtual panel discussion in which we will be delving into these important topics of discussion and many more, for which we are delighted to be joined by the following speakers:

  • Adam Munday, General Manager of the Meliá White House Hotel, London
  • Yvonne Wissart, Director of Sales at the nhow Hotel, London.
  • Pablo Torres, Hospitality Consultant at Torres Consulting




This will be an interactive session in which participants will be encouraged to join in with the conversation by sharing their opinions, comments and questions.

About the panellists:

Adam Munday is an award winning hotelier with over 25 years’ experience in global hotel brands across all segments of the industry. He has worked for the Spanish hotel brand Meliá Hotels International for six years, while in 2018 he was the director of a ‘leading hotel of the world’ in Ibiza and has most recently led a series of large refurbishments projects at Melia White House and Meliá London Kensington; where he is General Manager for both properties.

Yvonne Wissart is the Director of Sales at the nhow Hotel in London. Her career trajectory spanning over 20 years within the hospitality sector includes working for brands such as Hilton, Radisson and IHG as well as privately owned luxury boutique hotels; part of the Preferred Hotels and Resorts. Yvonne has overall knowledge of corporate and MICE segments; playing a vital part in the setting and executing hotels strategies. A career highlight is that in 2011 she opened a 450 bedroom Hilton Terminal 5 Hotel and played the key role to promoting the hotel in the competitive Heathrow market.

Pablo Torres has 20 years of professional experience in the hospitality Industry. Since 2011, he has worked at TSA Solutions (London) as Performance Consultant, helping hotels drive incremental revenue. He achieves this by providing consulting services and facilitating training and coaching. He has implemented projects in over 25 countries, having trained & coached over 2,000 hotel associates and stakeholders globally, both onsite and remotely.  He previously worked for 10 years in hotel operations (Rooms & Revenue Management) in Ireland (Radisson), England (Marriott, Melia & Park Plaza) and Spain (Hospes-Design Hotels).

When: Thursday 25th June, 11:00 – 12:00 (UK time)






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