The Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland appoints GM

The 206-room Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland welcomed Elizabeth Faler as general manager. Photo credit: The Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland
Elizabeth Faler. Photo credit: The Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland

The Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland appointed Elizabeth Faler general manager. Faler brings 16 years of luxury hospitality experience to her new job at the 206-room hotel.

"I am extremely thrilled to join The Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland, one of the city's most distinguished properties known for their gracious hospitality, luxury accommodations and dedicated ladies and gentlemen," Faler said in a statement. "The spirit, passion and culture of this city are remarkable, and I am genuinely excited about being in a market which is growing and resonating worldwide."

Faler began her career with The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Co. as an intern at The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park. Since then, she has held numerous senior management positions at various properties, including The Ritz-Carlton, Boston; The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C.; and The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage (Calif.) Most recently, she served as hotel manager for The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles.

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