News for the Hospitality Executive
Lisa Bailey Named Director of Marketing and Roxanne Heimlich
Director of Finance at the Soon to Open Four Seasons Hotel Denver
June 1, 2010 (DENVER)—Four Seasons Hotel Denver, a 239-room luxury property slated to open this fall in Denver’s Theater District, today announced the following new additions to the management team.
Lisa Bailey has been named Director of Marketing. Bailey brings 25 years experience working with five Four Seasons properties in the Americas, most recently serving four years at Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village, Calif. Previously, Bailey worked in marketing and sales for 17 years for Four Seasons Hotel Chicago.
Lynn Rome and Drew Warwick have each been named Sales Manager. Rome brings 12 years experience in hospitality sales, with the past three years serving in sales for Four Seasons Resort Maui, and eight years at the Fairmont Kea Lani in Maui. Warwick brings more than 20 years experience in the hospitality industry, serving the past three years in sales for Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore in Santa Barbara, Calif. Dana Berry has been named Director of Public Relations. Berry brings 10 years experience in public relations in the Denver market.
Roxanne Heimlich has been named Director of Finance. Heimlich has worked for Four Seasons for a total of nearly 12 years.
John Greene has been named Director of Residences and Rooms, coming to Denver from Four Seasons Resort in Jackson Hole.
Adam Parker has been named Director of Purchasing, coming to Denver from Four Seasons Resort in Lanai, Hawaii.
William Thomas has been named Director of Human Resources. Previously, Thomas served four years for Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village.
Andrew Larson has been named Director of Information Technology, joining from Four Seasons Hotel Chicago.
Dennis Steffa has been named to the Chief Engineer position.
“Denver has proven to be quite the draw to our associates from across the country,” said Thierry Kennel, general manager of Four Seasons Hotel Denver. “It will truly be an asset to have team members that are bringing a combined more than 50 years’ experience with Four Seasons properties. This strong familiarity with the Four Seasons culture will surely benefit our guests and residents. Likewise, associates hired locally will be invaluable with their established connections within the Denver community.”
As the world’s leading operator of luxury hotels, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts currently manages 83 properties in 35 countries. Opening in fall 2010, Four Seasons Hotel Denver provides a preferred address for both business and leisure travelers, and the highly personalized, anticipatory service that Four Seasons guests expect and value around the world. For more information on Four Seasons Hotel Denver, visit www.fourseasons.com/denver.
Four Seasons is dedicated to perfecting the travel experience through continual innovation and the highest standards of hospitality. From elegant surroundings of the finest quality, to caring, highly personalized 24-hour service, Four Seasons embodies a true home away from home for those who know and appreciate the best. The deeply instilled Four Seasons culture is personified in its employees – people who share a single focus and are inspired to offer great service. Founded in 1960, Four Seasons has followed a targeted course of expansion, opening hotels and residences in major city centers and desirable resort destinations around the world. Currently with 83 properties in 35 countries, and more than 40 projects under development, Four Seasons continues to lead the hospitality industry with innovative enhancements, making business travel easier and leisure travel more rewarding. For more information on Four Seasons, visit http://press.fourseasons.com.
|Also See:||Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong Only Hotel in the World to Have Two Michelin Three-star Restaurants; Cantonese Restaurant, Lung King Heen and the French Restaurant, Caprice / November 2009|
|Thierry Kennel Appointed General Manager at Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences, Denver / February 2010|