Leiya Cohen appointed to director of operations at the Time New York

The Time New York is appointing Dream Hotel Group veteran Leiya Cohen to director of operations. In her new role, Cohen is responsible for the daily management of the hotel’s front office, housekeeping and engineering to ensure operative success and improving the guest experience.

“Cohen has played an instrumental role during the hotel’s renovation, displaying a heightened level of leadership and competency,” Kanvar Singh, area managing director for The Time Hotels, said in a statement. “We expect to see continued innovation and growth for the hotel under Cohen in her new role with us.”
 
Prior to her role as director of operations, Cohen was the director of front office at the Time New York where she assisted with the hotel’s renovation budget, daily operations while the hotel was under construction, and led the implementation of new technology systems such as StayNTouch. Cohen’s career in hospitality is marked with management positions at The Premier and The London New York City along with roles at luxury restaurants in New York including Gordon Ramsay and MEGU.

The hotel consists of 167 guestrooms and 25 suites, and guestrooms provide access to complimentary wireless internet, a Samsung Smart TV, a work desk and bath amenities and robes by Maison Martin Marginal.

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