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  Mark Sanders Named Regional Vice President of Millennium Hotels' New York
Properties and General Manager of the Millennium Broadway Hotel

September 21, 2007 (New York, NY) – Millennium Hotels & Resorts is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Sanders as Regional Vice President of the company’s New York hotels and General Manager of the Millennium Broadway Hotel and The Premier. A highly accomplished hospitality executive with experience at prominent hotel properties throughout the U.S., Sanders is responsible for all operations at the two hotels, including overseeing the management team for each property. As Regional Vice President, Sanders will also oversee Millennium Hotels & Resorts’ other New York addresses, including the Millennium UN Plaza and the Millenium Hilton. 
 
Sanders honed his management skills at sizable hotels across the country. Prior to joining Millennium Hotels & Resorts, Sanders enjoyed a 25 year career with Marriott International. Most recently, he spent the past seven years as Area General Manager for 11 Marriott properties in New Orleans and General Manager of the New Orleans Marriott Hotel, a 1,290-room property in the French Quarter. Previously, he was Resident Manager and Hotel Manager at the New Orleans Marriott from 1997-2000, and served as Marriott’s Vice President of Human Resources for the South Central Region from 1993-1997. Sanders launched his hospitality career at the LaGuardia Marriott in 1981.
 
“We are thrilled to have Mark join our team in New York,” said John Arnett, President and CEO of Millennium Hotels & Resorts. “His extensive management experience and success are sure to be a great asset as Millennium grows in the greatest city in the world.”
A native of Long Island, Sanders earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Industrial Relations from Wilkes College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, in 1980. He currently resides in Long Island with his wife and two daughters.  
 
About the Millennium Broadway Hotel, New York
With its calming, upscale ambiance and Times Square address, the Millennium Broadway Hotel offers enviable access to Fifth Avenue shopping, Midtown business and fine dining throughout New York’s theatre district.  This four-star, deluxe hotel features 750 beautifully-appointed rooms with distinctive services and amenities for business and leisure travelers. The hotel’s acclaimed Restaurant Charlotte is a popular spot for breakfast and pre- and post-theatre dining. The Millennium Broadway Hotel also offers a 110,000-square-foot newly-renovated urban conference center in 37 rooms on six floors for meetings and exhibitions, as well as the historic Hudson Theatre, the only Broadway Theatre which is regularly available for concerts, meetings, weddings and other events. The Hudson Theatre is the second oldest theatre in New York and celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2003.  Stars such as Barbra Streisand and Louis Armstrong made their debuts at the Hudson Theatre, and the Tonight Show with Steve Allen first aired on that very same stage. 
 
About The Premier 
The Premier is a luxury boutique hotel located adjacent to the Millennium Broadway. Featuring 125 guest rooms and suites graced with luxury amenities, the hotel offers a range of inviting guest benefits, including 24-hour concierge service, late checkout, daily newspaper delivery and use of the Premier Lounge, where guests can enjoy complimentary continental breakfast, afternoon hors d'oeuvres and beer and wine, and continuous snacks throughout the day. 
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Contact:

Emily Easter
Hawkins International
(212) 255-6541
Emily@hawkpr.com 

 

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Also See: Millennium Hotels and Resorts Completes the Renaming of its Twelve Regal Hotel Properties to Millennium / April 2001
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