Burnell Goldman appointed GM of the Omni Providence Hotel

The Omni Providence Hotel in Rhode Island, which is connected to the Rhode Island Convention Center, appointed Burnell Goldman as GM of the luxury downtown hotel. In this role, he will oversee all departments including operations, sales and marketing, rooms, risk management and food & beverage.

A 10-year veteran with Omni Hotels & Resorts, Goldman joins the Omni Providence Hotel from the Omni Jacksonville Hotel in Florida, where he served as GM since 2013. During his time at the property, he oversaw a large-scale renovation and contributed to the hotel’s consecutive local recognition as the best place to work in the city. Prior to that position, Goldman led the Omni Majestic Hotel in St. Louis for more than two years as GM by helping achieve a hotel record of 122.4 percent of budgeted EBITDA and 11.4 percent RevPAR growth year-over-year. He joined Omni Hotels & Resorts in 2006 as the director of rooms at the Omni Severin Hotel.

“Burnell’s extensive experience with Omni Hotels & Resorts makes him a great Omni success story,” said John Murtha, area managing director for Omni Providence Hotel. “His knowledge, passion and ability to embody our core values make him an invaluable asset to our team, and we are thrilled to welcome him to Providence.”

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Prior to Omni Hotels & Resorts, Goldman held a range of leadership positions for Interstate Hotels & Resorts Worldwide working at properties in Chicago, New York, Northern Virginia and Las Vegas. Goldman earned a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University, School of Hotel Administration.

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