Kimpton appoints Adam Gurgiolo to GM of Cleveland's Schofield Hotel

Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants appointed Adam Gurgiolo as GM and Jeff Andrews as the director of sales and marketing for the Schofield Hotel, Kimpton’s new luxury boutique hotel in Cleveland.

Gurgiolo comes to Cleveland from Kimpton’s Hotel Palomar in Chicago, where he spent the past three years as assistant GM. Originally from the Chicago area, he has been in the hotel industry for 18 years, working with Wyndham, Hilton, Marriott and Starwood hotels before joining Kimpton. His experience spans front office and rooms operations, food and beverage and sales and marketing.

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Andrews brings more than 20 years of hotel sales and marketing experience to Cleveland’s newest hotel. Born in Detroit and raised in the Midwest, Andrews worked for most of the major hotel brands in assignments that included opening, transitioning and rebranding hotels. He spent 14 years in two different stints in the Columbus market. Most recently he was director of sales and marketing at the Hilton Charlotte University Place in North Carolina.

The 122-room Schofield Hotel is located at the southwest corner of East Ninth Street and Euclid Avenue in the historic Schofield Building in downtown Cleveland. It is slated to open this winter.

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