|Dan Normandin has been appointed General Manager at Four Seasons Hotel Miami, effective July 15th. He will be responsible for all operations of the 221-room hotel as well as the office space, condo-hotel program and 186 residential condominium units also housed in the 70-story tower on Miami’s Brickell Avenue. Normandin replaces Simon Pettigrew who, after two years of being with Four Seasons Miami, has accepted the position of Vice President of Hotel Operations at The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas.
Normandin brings to his new role over twenty four years of experience in hotel leadership positions, most recently as General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta, the only Mobile 5 Star and AAA Five Diamond-rated hotel in the city. He joined Four Seasons in 1997 as Hotel Manager, Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver. Four years later, he transferred to Four Seasons Resort Santa Barbara as Resort Manager, and was instrumental in the transformation of “The Biltmore”. He has also spent time as Hotel Manager at Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco, a Mobile 5 Star designated hotel. Prior to joining Four Seasons, he worked with the Canadian hotel management company Delta Hotels and Resorts in Richmond, Vancouver and Whistler, British Columbia.
Ranking high among Normandin’s interests are volunteering to support local communities and fostering growth of local business. A former member of the Rotary Club of Montecito, Normandin is currently on the Board of Directors of Midtown Alliance (GA) and Board of Advisors for Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce. In addition, he represents Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts among the National Society of Minorities in Hospitality.
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