News for the Hospitality Executive
|West Point, NY (April 2007) The historic Thayer
Hotel has recently appointed Pam Ferraro of Newburgh, NY as its Revenue
Manager. Ms. Ferraro’s responsibilities include management of the
front desk, concierge, security, maintenance, and housekeeping departments.
In addition, she is involved in sales for the hotel.
Prior to joining the Thayer Hotel, Ms. Ferraro was General Manager of the Holiday Inn and Conference Center in Fishkill, NY for the past year. She received a promotion to General Manager after serving as Regional Director of Sales there for three years.
Previously, Ms. Ferraro held the positions of General Manager for the Hampton Inn and the Ramada, both in Newburgh.
She is a member of the Orange, Greater Southern Dutchess and Dutchess County Chambers of Commerce, and past Vice President of the Highlands Chamber of Commerce. She is also involved with Big Brothers and Big Sisters in Highland Falls, NY.
Ms. Ferraro holds an A.A. from Montclair State College in New Jersey, and is the mother of two grown children, Vincent and Tiffany.
Built in 1926, the Thayer Hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is the only full-service hotel on the Hudson River from the George Washington Bridge to Albany, New York. Over the years, it has hosted a long line of dignitaries and celebrities including General Tommy Franks, General Douglas MacArthur, President Dwight D. Eisenhower, President John F. Kennedy, Her Royal Highness Princess Alsha Bint-Huessen of Jordan, singer Luciano Pavarotti, actors George C. Scott and Gregory Peck, the Philadelphia Flyers, the cast of “The Sopranos,” and many others.
Originally constructed to accommodate U.S. Military Academy personnel and their guests, the Thayer Hotel was a successor of the original West Point Hotel. The Hotel is named for Colonel Sylvanus Thayer, Superintendent of the Academy from 1817 to 1833.
The Thayer Hotel at West Point
|Also See:||Thayer Hotel at West Point Competing $28.5 million Renovation; The 78-year-old Gothic-style Landmark on Upward Trend / September 2004|
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