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New GM for Fairmont Hamilton Princess

Leonard Czarnecki was today named as the new general manager of the Fairmont Hamilton Princess.

He replaces Jonathan Crellin, who left the resort earlier this summer.

Mr Czarnecki, who took up his new post on August 1, brings more than 20 years' experience to the property.

Before his appointment here, he was the general manager of Fairmont Pittsburgh, where he was responsible for all operations of the hotel.

His new role here was announced by Paul Tormey, Fairmont's regional vice president for the Northeast US and Bermuda.

“Len will be a wonderful leader for the talented team of colleagues at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess,” he said. “As the former general manager of the Fairmont Hamilton Princess, the property is a special one to me, and I know that Len's commitment to guest service and quality will ensure that the hotel is successful and maintains its prominence in the community.”

Mr Czarnecki will oversee all operations of the 410-room historic hotel, its two restaurants and meeting space.

“I am delighted to join a hotel with such a rich heritage and strong connection to the community,” he said. “For more than 125 years the Fairmont Hamilton Princess has been a landmark in Bermuda, and with the team we have in place and the services and amenities we offer our guests, the property has an exciting future ahead of it. I'm looking forward to being a part of that and becoming involved in the Bermuda community.”

Leonard Czarnecki, general manager of Fairmont Hamilton Princess.

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Published August 23, 2011 at 2:00 am (Updated August 23, 2011 at 11:50 am)

New GM for Fairmont Hamilton Princess

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