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Keith Butz Appointed as General Manager of the 789-room
SAN FRANCISCO, CA --- August 16, 2011--- Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport - Burlingame recently announced the appointment of Keith Butz as General Manager.
Returning to the Bay Area for his third General Manager position with Hyatt Hotels, Butz was most recently General Manager of Hyatt Regency Calgary in Alberta, Canada. Prior to his assignment north of the border, Butz was General Manager of Hyatt at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco. Butz will be replacing former General Manager Scott Vandenberg who has been transferred to Hyatt Regency Sacramento, California as General Manager.
“I’m very excited about returning to the Bay Area because the tourism industry here boasts some of the most enthusiastic and successful hoteliers,” comments Butz. “I look forward to working with such a dynamic hotel with incredible associates and to integrating myself into the many communities surrounding Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport.”
Butz started his career with Hyatt in 1993 at Hyatt Regency New Orleans as a Corporate Management Trainee. During his six years in New Orleans, Butz held various management positions in the Rooms and Food & Beverage divisions. Butz, then held positions at Hyatt Regency Chicago, Park Hyatt San Francisco, Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego and was part of the opening team for Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa. In November 2005, Butz was promoted to General Manager of Hyatt at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco. Keith Butz and wife, Amanda, return to the Bay Area with great excitement and look forward to reuniting with their many friends and colleagues in the community.
Featuring 789 recently renovated guestrooms, the Four Diamond Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport - Burlingame is largest convention airport hotel in Northern California. Just 2 miles from San Francisco International Airport, the full-service hotel offers complimentary, 24-hour airport shuttle service and a local trolley to downtown Burlingame’s restaurant and shopping district. As the sixth largest hotel in the Bay Area, the hotel can easily accommodate groups up to 1,200 with 53,000 square feet of flexible function space, including a lush 7 story atrium. The property also features a heated outdoor pool, a complimentary Hyatt Stay Fit Gym, Knuckles Historical Sports Bar and is just minutes from bayfront jogging and bicycling paths, numerous beaches and golf courses. A pet-friendly property, Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport-Burlingame features all the comforts of home as well as Hyatt’s high-quality branded services, amenities, recreational facilities and food and beverage options.
For more information: http://sanfranciscoairport.hyatt.com or (650) 347-1234.
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