TJ Pierri joins San Francisco's Hotel Zoe as GM

The Hotel Zoe reopened in June 2017 following a multimillion-dollar renovation. Photo credit: Hotel Zoe San Francisco

Hotel Zoe, the newest boutique hotel in San Francisco's Fisherman’s Wharf, appointed TJ Pierri to the position of general manager. 

Pierri joins the hotel team with close to three decades of hospitality experience, having held management positions working in luxury resorts, urban boutique hotels and large city centers across the United States. In his new role, Pierri will oversee all facets of hotel and restaurant operations, guest satisfaction and client and guest retention at Hotel Zoe.

“Hotel Zoe brings an outstanding and elegant experience to Fisherman’s Wharf. I am thrilled to begin the next chapter of my career as part of this incredible team,” Pierri said in a statement. “I look forward to building upon Hotel Zoe’s success and ensuring a memorable and elevated experience for every guest.”

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Pierri held leadership positions in food and beverage and hotel operations for several luxury boutique properties across the country. Before joining Hotel Zoe, Pierri held the position of resort manager at Lansdowne Resort and Spa in Leesburg, Va., and oversaw all aspects of resort business, including lodging, food and beverage, human resources and guest services.

Before joining Hotel Zoe, Pierri served as director of operations at Destination Hotels’ Sunriver Resort in Bend, Ore., and at the Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, Calif. Additionally, Pierri held management positions at luxury properties including the Windsor Court Hotel in New Orleans; The Arrabelle at Vail (Colo.) Square; and Fairmont Hotels & Resorts. Pierri holds a master’s degree in hospitality marketing from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, and is an industry advisory board member for the department of hospitality and tourism management at the university.

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