Aimbridge Hospitality appoints new GM for Indiana's DoubleTree Evansville

Exterior of the DoubleTree Evansville.

Aimbridge Hospitality named Harold Mirambell the new GM for the DoubleTree Evansville, Ind.

Harold Mirambell

Mirambell brings nearly 20 years of hotel operations experience to the role. He joins the Doubletree Evansville from Éilan Hotel & Spa in San Antonio, where he was the director of operations. In that role, Mirambell was responsible for managing all of the hotel’s internal operations, including a restaurant and a 10,000-square-foot spa. Before that, Mirambell served as the director of operations at a number of hotels including Hilton’s La Torretta Lake Resort & Spa, the Westin Fort Lauderdale, Solé on the Ocean Resort & Spa, Trump International Beach Resort and others.

In Mirambell’s role as GM, he will be responsible for leading every team member of the full-service Hilton hotel connected to the Old National Events Plaza and the Ford Center arena. The DoubleTree, which opened in February 2017, includes a state-of-the-art business center and a 12,000-square-foot meeting space for conferences and large celebrations. Mirambell will be charged with overseeing every team that manages those events, along with the hotel’s hospitality teams.

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"I look forward to joining a hard-working team of professionals in vibrant downtown Evansville," Mirambell said in a statement. “The DoubleTree is in an exciting growth period, and I hope to lead the hotel as it gains a reputation for quality service.”

Mirambell is a graduate of the University of New Orleans, where he earned his bachelor of science in hotel, restaurant and tourism administration. His versatility in hotel experience ranges from serving as front-desk manager to hospitality manager to restaurant manager.

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