of The MUSE Hotel, New York City
|NEW YORK, NY JULY 26, 2004 - Poised amidst the pulse of Times Square,
The MUSE announces Dan Bergmann as general manager of the intimate luxury
hotel. His responsibilities include directing hotel operations, sales and
marketing efforts and revenue management as well overseeing business for
DISTRICT, the signature David Rockwell designed restaurant.
Bergmann most recently functioned as general manager at the Dylan Hotel, a Style Hotel appealing to scions of the fashion industry and fortune 500 companies. A 24-year veteran in the hospitality field, he provides a wealth of experience in developing guest amenity programs, creating sales collateral and marketing plans and performing operational evaluations.
With a strong W Hotels background including Times Square, Court and Tuscany, Bergmann opened the 509-room W in 2001 featuring Blue Fin Restaurant and The Whiskey nightclub. He has also left his mark at the Wyndham Bel Age in West Hollywood where under his leadership the hotel was awarded the Wyndham Hotel of the Year for RevPar, profit and rate improvements.
The MUSE has demonstrated its stellar reputation receiving the AAA Four Diamond rating for the third year in a row, says Bergmann. I look forward to continuing this excellence creating tailored guest programs to awaken the five senses while exceeding expectations for an inspiring guest experience.
Appealing to both business and leisure travelers, The MUSE features Wi-Fi access in the lobby, DISTRICT restaurant and MINI BAR, allowing guests to log in from virtually anywhere in the hotel. Other services include high-speed internet access, multi-line cordless phones with voice mail and data port and personalized business cards.
The 200-room hotel also offers inspiring amenities from Baudelaire soaps and celebrity favorite MOP hair and body products to in room CD players with custom mood music. The lobby features a commissioned painting of the nine muses on the domed ceiling, theatrical themed artwork and whimsical furniture where guests relax and imagine.
|Also See:||Interstate Hotels Opening the 200-room The Muse Hotel in New York City; A Conversion of the Former Leavitt Building / April 2000|
|Francesca Gadaleta Named Director of Sales and Marketing at The Muse / May 2002|