John Power signs on as GM of the Loews Hotel 1000

Loews Hotel 1000

Loews Hotels & Company appointed John Power as GM of the Loews Hotel 1000, Seattle. Power brings more than 19 years of hospitality-industry experience to his new role, having most recently served as managing director of the Loews Minneapolis Hotel. He will lead the hotel though a multimillion-dollar renovation and help integrate the recognized service culture of Loews Hotels & Co., with the distinct character of the Pacific Northwest.

Power began his career with Loews Hotels & Company in 2010 as the opening director of rooms for the Loews Atlanta Hotel. In 2011 John joined the team at the 1,000-room Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando as the Director of Rooms, and in 2013 became the property’s director of food & beverage. John was awarded the Gold Key Award for Rooms Division of the Year in 2012.  

“We are delighted to have John Power join the Loews Hotel 1000 team,” said Dale McDaniel, VP of operations, Loews Hotels & Co. “John has demonstrated himself as an exceptional leader within our brand, and we’re thrilled to introduce him to our guests and team members in Seattle.”

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At Loews Hotel 1000, Power will be responsible for overseeing the general operations of the 120-room hotel, as well as its new signature restaurant and lounge, full-service spa, and its premier conference facilities. His first order of business is to oversee the renovation of guest rooms, meeting space, the lobby and restaurant this summer.

“It’s a great honor to join the team at Loews Hotel 1000, one of the premier luxury hotels in downtown Seattle,” Power said. “I’m looking forward to working alongside our team to deliver Emerald Elegance Unscripted to every guest who visits.”

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