Loews Hotels appointed Bruce Gorelick as GM of the Loews Regency San Francisco, the 48-story hotel with sweeping views of the entire city.
Gorelick joined Loews Hotels as a hospitality veteran with years of experience, having previously managed more than eight brands, from select-service through luxury. Gorelick brings his nearly 40-year tenure with Marriott, to the Loews Regency San Francisco. He previously held various positions including GM for J.W. Marriott San Francisco Union Square and GM for the Renaissance Hollywood. Gorelick was most recently the GM of the Ritz Carlton, San Francisco.
Gorelick is president of San Francisco's Hotel Association and is on the executive committee of S.F Travel as well as chairing the tourism council for S.F. Travel and a member of the sales and marketing committee and public affairs committee.
“We are delighted to welcome Bruce to the Loews Hotels family,” Dale McDaniel, VP of operations, Loews Hotels, said in a statement. “He has unparalleled experience and knowledge, and is a natural fit to helm Loews Regency San Francisco.”
Outside of the hotel, Gorelick enjoys spending time with his wife, Sara, and their four daughters. In his spare time he likes to golf, hike, camp and grow organic vegetables in his garden.
Headquartered in New York City, Loews Hotels & Co. hospitality company encompasses branded independent Loews Hotels, and a mix of partner-brand hotels. Loews Hotels & Co. owns and/or operates 24 hotels and resorts across the U.S. and Canada, including Loews Hotel 1000 in downtown Seattle and the Loews Sapphire Falls Resort at Universal Orlando, the fifth hotel in partnership with Comcast NBC Universal. Located in city centers and resort destinations from coast to coast, the Loews Hotels portfolio includes properties grounded in family heritage and dedicated to delivering unscripted guest moments.
Positioned in the heart of the financial district, and walking distance to Union Square and Fisherman’s Wharf, Loews Regency San Francisco occupies one of the city’s tallest buildings. Each of the 155 guestrooms and suites are situated on the top 11 floors and boast unparalleled views of San Francisco. The hotel offers fresh and seasonal menus, more than 5,000 square feet of redesigned meeting space and a spacious fitness center. The Sky Deck on the 40th floor provides views from the Golden Gate Bridge to Bay Bridge and every landmark in between, and is an outdoor space for weddings, cocktail hours and sky-high yoga.