Waterford Hotel Group Appoints Lisa Reeser to General Manager of Courtyard by Marriott Lake Placid

Waterford, CT. January 31, 2018 -

Waterford Hotel Group has announced the appointment of Lisa Reeser to General Manager of Courtyard by Marriott Lake Placid.  As General Manager, Reeser is responsible for all aspects of the hotel’s operations. Waterford Hotel Group, a national hotel and convention center management firm, manages the 96-room hotel.

Reeser joins Waterford Hotel Group with more than 25 years of hotel management experience. She started her management career as the Assistant Front Office Manager at the Adam’s Mark Hotel in Philadelphia. She then went on to become the Rooms Division Manager position at the Nassau Inn located directly next to Princeton University in New Jersey. Reeser then relocated to New Hampshire and held various management positions at several prominent New England ski area and seasonal resorts. Most recently, Reeser was the Director of Room Operations at Ashworth by the Sea in Hampton, New Hampshire.

“We are very excited for Lisa to join the Waterford Hotel Group team,” commented Michael Heaton, President at Waterford Hotel Group. “Lisa’s impressive background and extensive hospitality experience make her the best choice to lead our Lake Placid hotel. We wish her all the best in her new role,” he added.

About Courtyard by Marriott Lake Placid

The 96-room Courtyard by Marriott Lake Placid is a modern hotel that immerses guests in lodge-style décor with rustic features. The hotel features pet-friendly rooms and suites, complimentary Wi-Fi, plush bedding and living room area, fitness center, indoor pool area, and the 24-hour marketplace. Enjoy breakfast or dinner in The Bistro, located inside the hotel. The convenient location of this hotel puts you steps from the waters of Lake Placid, the Adirondack Mountains, and Whiteface Mountains, along with several Olympic sites such as Lake Placid Olympic Center. For more information, visit www.courtyardlakeplacid.com.

About Waterford Hotel Group

Waterford Hotel Group is one of the nation's leading hotel and convention center management companies. Waterford Hotel Group has experience operating virtually every type of hotel property, including limited services properties, all-suite hotels, conference centers, and large full service and resort properties. The company’s approach to hotel development and operations is hands-on and features frequent site visits and constant communication with customers and partners. Additionally, Waterford Hotel Group offers centralized accounting, financial reporting, strategic marketing, human resources, and day-to-day operations management systems to increase market share and profitability at all properties. For more information, visit our website at www.waterfordhotelgroup.com.

Media Contact:

Lisa Beers
lbeers@waterfordgroup.net
860-701-9621

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