Hostmark Hospitality Group has announced that the fast-growing management company has formed a partnership with Bradley A. Weiser, who will serve as principal of Hostmark Development, LLC. The company also announced that they have opened an office in Miami, Florida, to accommodate the company’s growing operational portfolio and focus on acquisition and development deals within the region.
Mr. Weiser currently serves as President and CEO of The Continental Companies, the hospitality management company founded in 1970 that has developed and/or owned over 85 hotels and casinos. Weiser previously held executive positions as Chairman, President and Founder of The TANGO Group, where he spearheaded creation of the Café Tu Tu Tango concept, and Carnival Hotels and Casinos.
Hostmark Hospitality Group’s relationship with the Weiser family spans multiple years; he and Hostmark share like visions for hospitality asset investments. Jerome F. Cataldo, President and CEO of Hostmark Hospitality Group, said, “It makes perfect sense that Hostmark would finally formalize an affiliation with Brad Weiser. We welcome this new stage of our business relationship and anticipate a highly rewarding partnership as we work together to expand our asset portfolio.”
About Hostmark Hospitality Group:
Hostmark Hospitality Group is a leading hospitality management firm with consistent leadership spanning more than four decades, operating upscale full service hotels, independent boutique hotels, luxury resorts, focused service hotels, attractions and concept restaurants worldwide. Headquartered in Schaumburg, IL, with offices in Miami, FL; Denver, CO; and Cairo, Egypt, Hostmark Hospitality Group is an award-winning operator of Marriott, Hilton, Intercontinental Hotels Group, Starwood and Wyndham Hotels. Hostmark Hospitality Group has a proven longstanding reputation for delivering superior results through forward focused ingenuity and exceptional asset management. www.hostmark.com
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