Executives in the hospitality industry have taken new roles. Here’s a look:
LWHA names Peter Kressaty chief commercial officer
LW Hospitality Advisors (LWHA) has appointed Peter Kressaty to the role of chief commercial officer responsible for the strategy and development of the firm’s service offerings and geographic footprint.
Kressaty, who is based in New York, has more than 30 years of lodging sector experience commencing his career in operations with Hyatt Hotels before serving as club manager at The Yale Club of New York, general manager of the Lowell Hotel New York, SVP of Carino Hotels and Resorts Worldwide and regional VP, sales & marketing with Highgate. More recently, he was EVP of Forbes Travel Guide, consulting with the world’s top luxury brands and independent properties, and served as global director of residences for a private entity.
Meyer Jabara Hotels appoints Guy Reinbold corporate director, F&B
Meyer Jabara Hotels has named Guy Reinbold its new corporate director of food and beverage. In this role, he focuses on driving revenue and ancillary income for owners by maintaining cost controls, creating fresh food and beverage concepts based on market location and sourcing quality products all while complying with brand standards, the company reports.
Prior to joining Meyer Jabara, Reinbold spent 22 years with Marriott International, serving as VP, food and beverage and corporate executive chef. He also served as a corporate executive chef for Renaissance Hotels and Resorts.