Tim Returns to Roots to Take on New Role at Sheffield Hotel

3rd August 2015

One of the UK's most experienced hoteliers has taken on a new role at the Copthorne Hotel Sheffield.

Tim Cadman, originally from Ashbourne, in Derbyshire, has been appointed as the new general manager of the four-star city centre hotel, which is part of the Millennium and Copthorne group. Tim joins from the Copthorne Hotel Manchester where he held the same position. A career in the hospitality industry has also seen Tim work for hotels including The Dorchester and The Belfry. He was also a former trouble shooter for hotels in Ireland and Liberia. The Copthorne Hotel Sheffield is situated adjacent to Sheffield United's Bramall Lane stadium and has 158 guest rooms and a Penthouse Suite. It is home to the 1855 bar and restaurant, which specialises in using seasonal, local ingredients. Tim said: -I'm delighted to be coming back 'home' to work at such a prestigious hotel in the Millennium and Copthorne group. -The Copthorne Hotel Sheffield is a fantastic product with a strong brand and a unique city centre location at the world's oldest professional football ground. -I'm looking forward to building on the success achieved over the last six years and I'm hugely excited about the opportunities ahead. For more information visit www.millenniumhotels.co.uk/copthornesheffield or call 0114 252 5480.

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