Oct. 20, 2006 – Tecton Hospitality announced today that it has named Lisa
I. Perez vice president of human resources.
Before joining Tecton, Perez was the director of human resources at the Bonaventure Resort and Spa in Weston, Fla., and the director of human resources for the 1,200-room Fontainebleau Hilton Resort in Miami Beach, Fla., where she was responsible for overseeing and implementing all aspects of human resources administration and labor relations. Prior to this, she was a corporate director of human resources for Bask Hotel Development Group, a company that includes seven hotels totaling 1,000 rooms and associates in remote locations based in Atlanta, Ga.
Earlier in her career, Perez was the director of recruitment and succession planning for Interstate Hotels Corporation in Pittsburgh, Pa., and the human resource director for the Fort Lauderdale Marriott North among others.
Perez is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management and holds an SPHR certification. She was also vice president of South Florida Hospitality Human Resources Association.
Tecton Hospitality provides a wide range of management services to both institutional and individual owners of hotels in the United States and Caribbean. The Miami-based company operates branded hotels, including full-service properties and resorts under the Sheraton, Marriott, Hampton Inn, Holiday Inn and Best Western names, as well as boutique hotels through the Desires boutique-hotels division.
The Desires portfolio currently includes the award-winning 84-room San Juan Water & Beach Club Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the 93 room Sagamore Hotel, the 66-room Wave Hotel, the 83-room Circa 39, the 40-room Hotel Astor, the 61-room Betsy Ross Hotel and the 87-room condo hotel The Strand Ocean Drive in Miami Beach, Fla., the 110-room Glenn Hotel in Atlanta, Ga., and the 235-room Hotel Mela in New York.
|Also See:||Desires Hotels Selected to Manage the New Hotel La Mela in New York City / April 2006|
|Tecton's Desires Hotel Portfolio Grows to Eight Properties in 2005 / January 2006|