New president joins Millennium Hotels and Resorts

Shaun Treacy has been appointed as the new president, North America for Millennium Hotels and Resorts. Overseeing the group's portfolio of 19 hotels in the region, Treacy will spearhead the company's growth and business strategy.

Treacy takes this lead position in the midst of an unprecedented capital improvement program across the region as the group works to reShaun Treacyposition its collection of hotels in gateway locations.

"Shaun has made a highly successful career of harnessing the kind of leadership that makes hotels and brands succeed," said Aloysius Lee, group CEO of Millennium Hotels and Resorts. "His addition to our team represents our profound commitment to our guests, our associates and our partners within the communities we serve, underscoring our focus on putting them first."


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Previously, Treacy was SVP, operations for Americas and Europe for Rosewood Hotels, an international luxury hotel and resort company with 19 properties spread throughout 11 countries. Prior to this, he held the position of SVP - product and brand design for Hyatt, shaping the guest experience across new hotel development both internationally and within the United States.

With more than 25 years experience as a global hotelier, Treacy has been acknowledged for his achievements in brand positioning, technical services, hotel openings, operations and sales and marketing. He is based in the New York offices of Millennium Hotels and Resorts.

Millennium Hotels and Resorts has properties located in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Boston.

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