Cliff House Maine names Andrew Bartlett director of rooms

Bartlett will oversee all rooms operations, including guest services, concierge and housekeeping.

Cliff House Maine appointed Andrew Bartlett as the property’s new director of rooms. In this position, Bartlett oversees all rooms operations including guest services, concierge and housekeeping for New England’s costal destination located in Cape Neddick, Maine.

“I am thrilled to join the Cliff House team and to be working in New England, where I grew up,” Bartlett said in a statement. “This property has always been such a staple in the community and I am excited to use my hospitality experience to help continue the already stellar success Cliff House has seen in its first year open following its transformative reimagination.”

Bartlett brings a background in hotel management and leadership to his role as director of rooms at Cliff House. Prior to joining Cliff House Maine, Bartlett was the GM at Harbor View Hotel in Martha’s Vineyard, overseeing all day-to-day operations. This position came after a four-year run as GM of the Plantation on Crystal River in central Florida, which is also managed by Scout Hotels. He first joined Scout Hotels in 2009 as front office manager of the Kelley House in Martha’s Vineyard and was promoted to innkeeper less than a year later. Under his leadership, the Kelley House achieved a guest satisfaction score of 96 percent.

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A graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a degree in tourism planning and development, Bartlett launched his hospitality management career in southern California. During his leisure time, Bartlett pursues outdoor hobbies including hiking, water activities, riding motorcycles and vacationing in St. John with his wife, Rebecca.

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