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Connaught Job Application Form 2020

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According to the information from and notifications of Human Resources Department of Connaught Company, you can search for Connaught recruitment notices and get information about the firm, as a result, apply for a job, from our website.

Minimum age to work Connaught: Age limit is 16 years or older.

Working Time: Varies depending on the position.

Available Positions: Bartender, Casual F&B Spa Attendant, Waiter/Waitress, Host/Hostess, Cocktail Waiter/Waitress, Commis Chef, Bar Back, Receptionist, Room Attendant

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A career with Maybourne Hotel Group will put you side by side with people with an Uncommon Passion who amaze our guests with individual experiences and aim for perfection in everything they do.

  • Intuitive – to anticipate our guests’ needs
  • Authentic – with a genuine love for the company
  • Responsible – demonstrate absolute dedication
  • Individual– the ability to create a magical experience

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About Connaught

The Connaught in Mayfair, central London, is a five star hotel, located in Carlos Place, Mayfair.

The hotel first opened in 1815 as the Prince of Saxe Coburg Hotel, an offshoot of a hotel opened by Alexander Grillon in Albemarle Street, Mayfair, and was originally a pair of Georgian houses in Charles Street, nearGrosvenor Square. The Duke of Westminster decided to redevelop the area, and the street was changed, becoming Carlos Place. In 1892 Scorrier, the owner, applied to rebuild the hotel although work did not start until two years later, when the original houses were demolished.

In 1897 the Coburg Hotel was reopened. In 1917 during the First World War I, the decision was made to change the name to the less-German “Connaught”. The name chosen was taken from the title of Queen Victoria’s 3rd son, Prince Arthur, the first Duke of Connaught.

In 1935 Rudolph Richard, a young Swiss hotelier, became general manager of the Connaught and ran the hotel almost as an English private house, with the highest standards of comfort and service. In 1956 the Connaught was acquired by the Savoy Group, owners of Claridge’s, The Berkeley and the Savoy Hotel in London. In 2005 the Savoy Group, including the Connaught, was sold to Quinlan Private, which sold off the Savoy Hotel and Savoy Theatre and renamed the group Maybourne Hotel Group.