Chelsea’s Scott Dyson receives GTHA Lifetime Achievement Award

TORONTO — Chelsea Hotel, Toronto recognizes lead bell captain Scott Dyson, this year’s Greater Toronto Hotel Association (GTHA) Spirit Awards Lifetime Achievement Award recipient.

(L to R): Josef Ebner, RVP Canada & managing director; Scott Dyson; and Rob Housez, general manager

(L to R): Josef Ebner, RVP Canada & managing director; Scott Dyson; and Rob Housez, general manager

TORONTO — Chelsea Hotel, Toronto recognizes lead bell captain Scott Dyson, this year’s Greater Toronto Hotel Association (GTHA) Spirit Awards Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, who’s been a dedicated employee for the past 40 years.

In April, the GTHA held its Spirit Awards to honor exceptional hotel industry Ambassadors, recognizing 212 nominees and awarding 18 winners for their outstanding contributions to the industry.

Having joined the hotel in 1976, Dyson began his career as a bellperson and through hard work and dedication, was promoted to lead bell captain, a position he holds to this day. Throughout his time at the hotel, his passion for the industry and his superior service has been well received by both guests and colleagues, making him an Ambassador of the hotel’s mission and values.

Chelsea Hotel also recognized three other individuals for their outstanding performance and commitment to service, including Liza Roberts for the administrative assistant of the year, Cynthia McMillan for the housekeeper award and AJ Moody for the guest services Ambassador of the year.