at the Loews New Orleans Hotel
|NEW ORLEANS - May 14, 2007 - Loews New Orleans Hotel - spirited with
luxurious mischief in the Big Easy - announces the promotion of veteran
hotelier David Bilbe to general manager. Bringing a background of twenty
years in hospitality to the position of general manager, Bilbe takes the
helm at Loews New Orleans Hotel with an intense knowledge of the hotel
and vast understanding of the city of New Orleans.
Bilbe boasts an extensive background in the hotel industry, with experience focusing on management, sales and marketing. A graduate of Louisiana State University, Bilbe has held key positions with New Orleans hotels International House, Le Meridien Hotel (now a J.W. Marriott) and Maison Dupuy and was general manager at the Historic Courtyard by Marriott Downtown San Diego. Most recently, Bilbe served as director of operations for Loews New Orleans Hotel.
"This is a great honor and I am very excited to be promoted to this position," says Bilbe. "I love this city, as well as this hotel, and will continue to push forward its success."
"Loews Hotels is pleased to have Mr. Bilbe as general manager," says Jack Adler, President, Loews Hotels. "He has a proven record in the hospitality industry and at Loews New Orleans Hotel and we are confident that he will effectively promote the Loews brand."
Spirited nuances of New Orleans echo throughout Loews New Orleans Hotel with innovative Loews Hotels' programs 'lagniappe-style.' Situated adjacent to New Orleans' Arts District, sweeping views of the Mississippi River and local images reflected in artwork bestow a sense of place subtly woven into the hotel. Personalized service and supremely comfortable, oversized guestrooms provide an unpretentious Four Diamond and MORE experience. Café Adelaide and the Swizzle Stick Bar, operated by the Commander's Palace Family of Restaurants, offer award-winning cuisine in a festive setting, embodying the essence of the Crescent City, for a uniquely local experience.
Loews New Orleans Hotel
|Also See:||Loews New Orleans Hotel Set to Re-open October 17; Local Companies to Receive First Priority for Employee Housing and Office Space / October 2005|
|Jack S. Adler Named President of Loews Hotels / Dec 2000|