Hilton San Diego Resort brings new GM on board

The Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa on Mission Bay is located 1 mile from SeaWorld San Diego. Photo credit: Hilton

Noble House Hotels & Resorts, a hotel ownership and management group with a portfolio of 18 properties spanning the U.S., announced the appointment of Michael Feeley as general manager of Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa on Mission Bay. Bringing more than two decades of hospitality expertise to the role, Feeley will oversee all operations, financial performance and guest satisfaction at the resort.

Before joining Noble House, Feeley’s most recent role as GM at The McCormick Scottsdale in Arizona had him focus on all areas of resort operations, financial performance and guest satisfaction. He increased revenue from $2.6 million to $6.18 million, increased occupancy rates 4 percent and improved guest-service scores in just two fiscal years.  

Previously, Feeley worked with Saguaro Resorts as regional director of food and beverage after eight years as general manager for We-Ko-Pa Resort & Conference Center in Scottsdale, Ariz. He began his career with Spring Creek Hospitality as F&B manager for two properties. In these leadership roles, he contributed to the strategic planning of property development, revenue management, operations, events, renovations and guest satisfaction programs. Feeley is a graduate of Boston College where he received a bachelor’s degree in business management. He has served on the boards of multiple charity, commerce and tourism associations.


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