News for the Hospitality Executive
Edward A. Mady Appointed General Manager
for The New York Palace
Mr Mady joins from Ritz-Carlton where he has been Vice President and Area General Manager responsible for their properties in
A graduate of Saint Clair College Hotel & Restaurant School Mady’s career spans 35 years in the hospitality industry working for luxury hotels and groups in
Highly regarded within the industry, Mady was a key part of the senior team when The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company received the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award both in 1992 and in 1999.
Christopher Cowdray, Chief Executive of Dorchester Collection says: “We are thrilled to be welcoming such a respected and experienced hotelier to the Collection. He has an excellent track record within the luxury market and his previous
Speaking about his new position Mr Mady said: “After so many years with Ritz Carlton this is a major career move for me. I have been incredibly impressed and excited by the Dorchester Collection and their plans for The New York Palace. This is a company that has an ambitious vision and is making a real difference in the luxury hotel marketplace and I’m absolutely delighted to be joining at such an important stage in its development. Equally I’m looking forward to working with the management team and employees at The New York Palace to create one of the finest hotels in
In August 2008 Dorchester Collection announced two new hotels would be joining its portfolio – the Hotel Bel-Air and The New York Palace – bringing the total number of hotels in the Collection to seven including The Dorchester in London, the Beverly Hills Hotel, the Hôtel Plaza Athénée and Le Meurice in Paris and the Hotel Principe di Savoia in Milan.
The Dorchester Collection is the successor to the Dorchester Group, originally established in 1996 to manage a portfolio of some of the world’s foremost luxury hotels in Europe and the
The current portfolio managed by Dorchester Collection:
The Dorchester in
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