Morgan joins The Henderson from the Renaissance Charleston Historic District Hotel, where he served as the general manager for over two years.
In this role, Amzallag is responsible for overseeing the operations of Selina’s growing portfolio of hotels, which includes 150 open or secured properties across 25 countries and six continents.
The expanding hotel brand’s President permanently relocates from Japan to position the company for accelerated growth throughout North America.
With nearly two decades of progressive experience, Chef Farias has worked in the hospitality industry at many highly acclaimed hotels and restaurants including Trump Hotels, Starwood Hotels, Marriott International, Intercontinental Hotels, and luxury restaurants in Caracas-Venezuela.
Previously the company’s senior vice president of investments and business development, Palmeri will continue to direct KSL Resorts’ investments and business development division with an expanded focus on diversifying the company’s owned hospitality real estate and management portfolio into derivative leisure-oriented real estate and operating businesses.
Richard has spent several years in the Middle East, leading the Marketing and Communications strategies for some of the most luxurious resorts in the region, including Jumeirah, Six Senses, and most recently for InterContinental where he opened their new flagship resort in Ras Al Khaimah as Director of Marketing and Communications.
The milestone first female general manager in the hotel’s history, Octavia has been a part of The St. Regis New York family for over seven years and brings to her new role a wealth of experience and expertise garnered from her time at the landmark hotel.
Vu Ngoc Linh’s role as the Alma Resort’ first sustainability officer involves creating sustainability programs, budgets and schedules, evaluating the success of sustainability initiatives, and managing three staff committees focused on ‘green products’, ‘innovation and solutions’ and ‘people and partnerships’.
It is the brand’s first hotel project in Kentucky, featuring 122 rooms across six floors of a new building from Memphis-based LLW Architects, including a ground-floor restaurant, lush rooftop, mini market, and intimate bar.