Jeffrey Harvey tapped to lead Viceroy's first New York City hotel

Viceroy Central Park

Viceroy Hotel Group appointed Jeffrey Harvey to the position GM at the Viceroy Central Park in New York City. With more than 20 years of hospitality experience leading various branded, independent and lifestyle properties, Harvey brings a wealth of experience to the position. In this role he will supervise the day-to-day operations, guest and employee satisfaction, human resources, financial performance, sales and revenue generation of Viceroy Central Park.

“We are extremely excited to have Jeffrey join Viceroy Central Park as general manager,” Bill Walshe, CEO of Viceroy Hotel Group, said in a statement. “As a well-respected leader with extensive hotel management experience and a previous affiliation with our brand, I trust his outstanding record will play a pivotal role in the hotel’s future.”

Harvey, who in his previous role of SVP and director of operations with Ark Partners and Willow Hotels, was involved in the original development and opening of Viceroy Central Park and has a detailed understanding of hotel operations, a solid background in planning and management and hospitality experience within the New York City market. Prior to Ark, Harvey worked with Prime Hospitality and Lane Hospitality in a variety of single property and multi-property leadership roles.

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Viceroy Central Park New York is Viceroy Hotel Group’s first branded property in Manhattan, and is located on West 57th Street – at the crossroads of business, leisure, art and commerce. The hotel, designed by firm Roman and Williams, represents a collision of downtown uptown aesthetics and sensibilities.

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