Hadrian Fishel joins Spire Hospitality as VP of revenue management

The Waterstone Resort & Marina in Boca Raton, Fla., part of Spire Hospitality's portfolio. Photo credit: Spire Hospitality

Spire Hospitality added Hadrian Fishel as VP of revenue management. Touting more than two decades of hospitality experience in full- and select-service hotels, Fishel brings a reputation in revenue management across multiple brands and markets. In his new position, Fishel will play a role in identifying and implementing revenue growth opportunities as he joins additional new leadership, CEO Chris Russell, who took the helm in June 2018, and Dawna Comeaux, SVP.

“With Hadrian joining as VP of revenue management, we are continuing to build upon what is already a solid group of leaders in place at Spire Hospitality,” Russell said in a statement. “Hadrian brings exemplary planning, risk estimating and forecasting skills; he promises to be an asset to our team.”

Fishel most recently served as VP of revenue with Schulte Hospitality, where he led the revenue-management department for 121 hotels. He also has served in the capacity of corporate director of revenue with Aimbridge Hospitality, regional VP of revenue with Pillar Hotels & Resorts and corporate director of revenue with First Hospitality Group, where he spent 10 years of his 23-year hospitality career. Hadrian holds a degree in computer science with a minor in business administration from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

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“I’m looking forward to the opportunity to continue advancing Spire Hospitality,” Fishel said in a statement. “Having worked with both Dawna and Chris in previous roles, I have no doubt that with their leadership, the team in place will exceed expectations as we strengthen our portfolio of hotels and generate significant revenue for our owners.”   

Owned by AWH Partners, a privately held real estate investment, development and management firm, Spire Hospitality is a provider of management services for hotel owners and investors. With a nimble organizational structure and a deep bench of executive talent, Spire Hospitality provides owners and investors with personalized attention.

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