New manager for Hamilton Princess
Tim Morrison is the new general manager of the Hamilton Princess and Beach Club.
Mr Morrison will lead the resort team and oversee operation of the 400-room hotel, three restaurants, meeting rooms, marina and the Beach Club at Sinky Bay, according to a press release.
He has more than 27 years of experience in the hospitality industry and was general manager of luxury hotel Fairmont Royal Pavilion, in Barbados, since 2015.
Before his move to the Caribbean, Mr Morrison was based in Canada, where he joined Fairmont in 2012 as the hotel manager of Fairmont Royal York, in Toronto.
He was also general manager of the Pinnacle Hotel at the Pier, in North Vancouver, and at Pan Pacific Whistler, Mountainside Resort — Village Centre Resort, and Dubh Linn Gate Old Irish Pub, and as the Food and Beverage Director of the Pan Pacific Hotel Vancouver — AAA 5 Diamond Hotel.
From 2006 until 2010, Mr Morrison was the managing director of the Athlete Villages in Vancouver for the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games. He led a team of up to 2,000 employees, during Games time, and managed the accommodation and servicing for 6,000 athletes and officials.
Heather McCrory, executive vice-president of AccorHotels North and Central America, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Tim to Bermuda and to have him taking the reins of Hamilton Princess & Beach Club.
“We are confident that his leadership will guide the hotel through its next chapter.”
Mr Morrison said: “I am delighted to have been appointed the General Manager of Hamilton Princess and Beach Club and to have moved to Bermuda.
“As a result of the recent $100 million renovation, the hotel has been positioned as one of the most exciting hotel destinations on the island and I look forward to building on this.”
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