The Team

Alun Roberts – Managing Director

Alun’s career spans more than 25 years in the hospitality industry where he gained extensive experience across all areas of operational management with leading hotel brands such as Hilton and GLH Hotels, as well as independent private operators.

He has also held several commercial roles in Sales, Marketing and Revenue Management. The combination of operational and commercial skills, mean that he can lead the team to drive success and profitability for both Luxury Hotel Partners and owners.

Justyn Herbert – Finance Director

Justyn is an industry professional who has controlled the financial aspects of The London Bridge Hotel, Kensington House Hotel, Blooms Hotel and Craigellachie Hotel on Speyside, Scotland, having previously been trained at The Savoy Group and The Ritz in London.

During the last recession, Justyn gained experience in running hotels and pubs in LPA receivership during his time with Venners PLC. He also leads the employment legislation team within the company.

Mathias Saleborn – Director

Mathias has extensive experience and knowledge of global business development within the hospitality sector. He has previously held Director roles for luxury brands such as Le Meridien Hotels & Resorts and Sofitel Luxury Hotels & Resorts.

Today, he leads revenue management, sales, marketing and PR for Luxury Hotel Partners managed properties.

John Thomson – Group Corporate Director of Food & Beverage

John has a successful track record within the international luxury hotel and leisure sector, and is responsible for organising the overall structure of food & beverage within the group.



At Luxury Hotel Partners, we are looking for candidates with a proven track record and relevant luxury hospitality experience, for various UK hotel management roles. If you feel that you have what it takes to be part of our team, then please apply in confidence sending a copy of your CV and a covering letter to Alun Roberts –

Unfortunately we will not be able to consider applicants who do not meet the specific role requirements.