New GM for Loews Vanderbilt Hotel
Monday January 14th, 2013 - 3:25PM Y
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NASHVILLE, TN—Tony Phillips is the new GM of Loews Vanderbilt Hotel. He will manage all operational aspects of the property, which will soon be renovated.
Phillips has over 20 years of hospitality experience, including over 10 years with Loews Hotels and 5 years at the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel. Phillips was hired as a front office manager for the Loews Denver Hotel in 1998, and has served in other key positions, such as director of rooms and GM at Loews Beverly Hills Hotel and director of rooms at Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel. In 2008, he became director of rooms at Loews Vanderbilt Hotel and was promoted to director of operations last year.
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