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Ritz-Carlton Orlando Appoints Executive Chef

Ritz-Carlton Orlando Appoints Executive Chef

David Serus has recently been appointed executive chef at The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes. In this position, he will oversee all culinary operations at the 582-room property. A passionate culinarian, Serus has worked for The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company since 2002 ...

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Bob Morse to Step Down as IHG Americas COO

Bob Morse to Step Down as IHG Americas COO

InterContinental Hotels Group announces that Robert “Bob” Morse will step down from his role as chief operating officer for the Americas region, effective April 4, 2014. Lew Fader, currently senior vice president of operations for the Americas East Region and ...

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Best Western Names New VP of North American Development

Best Western Names New VP of North American Development

Best Western International has announced the appointment of Michael Muir as vice president of North American development. An industry veteran with more than 25 years of experience, Muir will bring his expertise in strategic growth and development to the Best ...

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Buccini/Pollin Group Promotes Brandon Flury and Darren Anzelone

Buccini/Pollin Group Promotes Brandon Flury and Darren Anzelone

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Buccini/Pollin Group, a privately-held, full-service real estate acquisition, development, and management company, has announced that it promoted Darren R. Anzelone to co-chief investment officer and Brandon S. Flury to vice president as the company continues its aggressive growth ...

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Kristin Intress Announced as New CEO of Worldhotels

Kristin Intress Announced as New CEO of Worldhotels

FRANKFURT, Germany—Worldhotels has announced a change in its management: Robert Hornman, current chief executive officer, will leave the group this summer, handing over to Kristin Intress, who has joined Worldhotels as its new chief executive officer on March 3. Hornman ...

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