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The Inn at Pocono Manor Names Jonathan P. Quidore
Director of Food & Beverage
Pocono Manor, Pennsylvania, June 2010 ... The Inn at Pocono Manor has named Jonathan P. Quidore director of food & beverage for the historic resort. The property, which opened in 1902, is the longest continuously operating resort in the Poconos and one of the oldest in North America. The announcement was made by Robert Sighinolfi general manager of The Inn at Pocono Manor.
“I am so pleased to welcome Jonathan to our Resort,” said Mr. Sighinolfi. “He brings important experience gained at top shelf resorts throughout the nation to his new position here at The Inn at Pocono Manor.”
Jonathan P. Quidore was previously general manager for The Chestnut Inn at Oquaga Lake in Deposit, New York, where he was responsible for overall property operations, including food and beverage management. He served as food & beverage manager for The Kessler Collection of Hotels prior to this, overseeing the company’s Casa Monica Hotel, The Mansion at Forsyth Park, and the Kehoe House, each a Preferred Hotel located in Savanna, Georgia.
Mr. Quidore has worked for the prestigious Ritz Carlton Hotel Amelia Island, serving as restaurant manager for property’s Grill Room. He has previously held the title of general manager for Magnolias Restaurant, which has been recognized as one of the most celebrated restaurants in historic Charleston, South Carolina.
Earlier in his career, Quidore served as food and beverage outlet manager for the Charleston Place Hotel, an Orient Express Hotels and Resorts property. While there, the property’s restaurant was ranked in the Top Five within the United States by CondeNast Traveler. He has also held the position of general manager of Casey’s Tavern in Berwyn, Pennsylvania, when the restaurant was voted “Best in Philly” by Philadelphia Magazine.
Jonathan Quidore is a graduate of Villanova University, where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Communications Arts. He is relocating to Pocono Manor, Pennsylvania.
About The Inn at Pocono Manor
The Inn at Pocono Manor resort www.poconomanor.com blends a century of hospitality with the demands of 21st Century travelers. Lovingly referred to as the “The Grand Lady of the Mountains” and a National Registry of Historic Places property, The Inn at Pocono Manor opened in 1902 as a country retreat for Philadelphia Quakers. Today it is the oldest continuously running Resort in the Poconos and one of the oldest in North America. The all-season resort boasts 237 guestrooms, and 25,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event space that can accommodate up to 500 guests. The Exchange at Pocono Manor restaurant features superb dining with an eclectic flair. The Old Lamplighter Lounge serves specialty beverages and pub fare throughout the day.
Complete recreational amenities are available at The Inn at Pocono Manor, including signature golf, horseback riding, ATV trail rides, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, the luxurious Laurel Spa, fishing, clay shooting, cross country skiing, and more. Striking views of the Pocono Mountains are visible from all sides of the resort’s main building. Complimentary wireless Internet is available throughout. The Inn at Pocono Manor features two 18-hole signature golf courses, including the East Course dating to 1912, which was redesigned by Donald Ross in 1927 and has been host to golf legends like Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer and Jerry Barber. In 1959, the George Fazio-designed West Course opened.
A destination within the Poconos for over a century, the 3000-acre Inn at Pocono Manor is minutes away from Crossings Premium Outlets, Camelbeach Water Park, Camelback Ski Mountain, and the Mt. Airy Casino. The Resort is within two hours of New York City, New Jersey and Philadelphia. The Inn at Pocono Manor is operated by Marshall Hotels & Resorts, Inc.
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|Also See:||The Inn at Pocono Manor Names Robert Sighinolfi General Manager / January 2010|
|Marshall Hotels & Resorts, Inc. to Manage The Inn at Pocono Manor in Pennsylvania / August 2009|