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 Timothy Kirwan Moving from Managing Director of Hotel Commonwealth
to the InterContinental -Boston as its General Manager
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(Boston, MA) October 27, 2005  - Timothy P. Kirwan, a leading hotelier in New England for over 30 years has announced he is leaving his current position as Managing Director of Hotel Commonwealth in Kenmore Square to join InterContinental -Boston as its General Manager, effective December, 2005.

InterContinental Boston is scheduled to open in the Fall of 2006 with pre-opening offices at 470 Atlantic Ave in Boston, MA 02116.

Under Kirwan’s direction, Hotel Commonwealth received numerous industry awards including Best New Business Hotel by Forbes.com, AAA Four Diamond Award and “Best Seafood Restaurant” with Michael Schlow by Boston Magazine along with many other local recognitions.

Prior to opening Hotel Commonwealth in Kenmore Square in 2001, Kirwan opened the Cambridge Hyatt Regency, the Bostonian Hotel, and the Westin Hotel in Providence.

The 150-room Hotel Commonwealth is an independently owned luxury property located in the heart of Kenmore Square, steps away from Fenway Park, Boston University, and world renowned medical institutions.  Opened in May of 2003, the Small Luxury Hotels of the World member was named one of ten Best New Business Hotels in the World by Forbes.com, and has been awarded Four Diamonds by AAA for two consecutive years. 

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Contact:

Didi Lutz
    Phone: 561-628-7422 
    Email: dlutz@hotelcommonwealth.com

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Also See: Hotel Commonwealth Blends French Architecture, Technology; Timothy P. Kirwan Opening Managing Director / Jan 2003
InterContinental Boston Hotel and Residences Subject of Call for Boycott from Local Hotel Union; The 424 room Hotel at Mid-point of Construction / June 2005

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