Kerry Hudson, Chewton Glen hotel and spa, Hampshire

December 2014
Caterer (2055-7817);12/05/2014, p91
Trade Publication
The article profiles Kerry Hudson, director of the Chewton Glen hotel and spa in Hampshire, England and winner of the 2014 Spa Professional of the Year award. Topics discussed include the increased in the overall revenue of the spa under her management, development of packages and expanded the range of grooming treatments such as colonic treatments and emotional detox packages and reducing the operating expenses.


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