Parc 55 San Francisco Appoints DeLondo Lemon as New Hotel Manager

USA, San Francisco, California. November 07, 2018

DeLondo Lemon has been appointed as the new Hotel Manager at Parc 55 San Francisco - A Hilton Hotel, according to Complex General Manager Terry Lewis.

“DeLondo is an amazing asset to the Parc 55 team,” comments Lewis. She continues, “He has a 20-year history with Hilton Hotels and Resorts and will bring great team-oriented enthusiasm and Hilton best practices to the 400 employees at this 1,024-room hotel.”

Most recently, Lemon was the General Manager at the Embassy Suites in Secaucus, NJ; Assistant General Manager Embassy Suites Chicago; Assistant Director Front Office at the Conrad Chicago; Assistant General Manager at Hilton Oakbrook Oakbrook IL; Front Office Manager at Wyndham Palm Aire Resort & Spa Pompano Beach, Florida.

A native of Chicago, Lemon is a graduate of College of DuPage and in his spare time, he enjoys biking and golfing.

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