Four Seasons Hotel Seattle welcomes Angelica Palladino as the General Manager of the downtown luxury hotel near Pike Place Market. She will manage the overall operations of the Hotel, including Goldfinch Tavern and The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Seattle, while also overseeing owner and brand relations.
In addition to leading a group of 300 employees, Palladino will work with the team as it emerges from a refresh of 145 of its 147 guest rooms and suites. She also looks forward to becoming socially active with events such as the annual Run of Hope, and becoming a steward of the community.
"As the General Manager, you're there to enable and guide the team and make sure that the circumstances are right for everybody to perform at their best," says Palladino.
Palladino's Four Seasons career began in 1998 as a Restaurant Manager at the former Four Seasons property in Berlin. She moved on as the manager for a restaurant in Berlin, before finding her way back to Four Seasons. She was the Assistant Director of Food and Beverage and later Director of Food and Beverage, at properties in Dallas, Texas; Vail, Colorado; and the Big Island, Hawaii. In 2016, she was promoted to Hotel Manager at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, where she was most recently.
Palladino and her team in Seattle will continue to elevate the guest experience by helping them focus on what matters most during a visit, whether an important meeting or a chance to take time off with a loved one.
New to the Pacific Northwest, Palladino is excited to explore this corner of the world.
With Seattle Art Museum and the Seattle Symphony at Benaroya Hall next door to the hotel, she's also excited to explore the local art and culture scene. Aside from outdoor pursuits such as hiking and fishing, Palladino grounds herself with yoga, gardening and baking.
"I recently told my family, 'I think we have weekend trips for the next couple years planned,'" exclaims Palladino. She'll start the adventure at the Hotel, sampling local cuisine at the Hotel's Ethan Stowell Restaurant, Goldfinch Tavern, and enjoying the views of the Seattle Great Wheel with her daughter from the outdoor infinity pool deck.
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