Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Carson Appoints Edward Apodaca as General Manager

Apodaca Brings Highly Successful Hospitality Experience to Lead the Staff at the Centrally Located Southern California Property

USA, Carson, California. December 10, 2018

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Carson today announced the appointment of Edward Apodaca as General Manager for the 225-room property.

"Ed brings valuable experience gained while working with some of the world's largest hotel brands that will serve the DoubleTree by Hilton Carson well," says Kristi Allen, Vice President of Hotel Operations at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Carson. "He is also very engaged at the local level and will be an asset to the Carson business and civic communities."

Apodaca was previously Director of Operations at The Westin Los Angeles Airport. He led the Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) Integration process into Marriott, owners of the Starwood and Westin brands. He provided operational leadership excellence to seamlessly integrate into Marriott culture and ecosystems, and drove positive results in key areas including profitability, associate engagement and guest intent to recommend.

Prior to The Westin, Apodaca was General Manager at the Residence Inn by Marriott in Long Beach, Calif.; where he developed the vision, mission statement and strategic plan for the hotel.

His hospitality positions have taken him from General Manager at the Courtyard by Marriott in El Segundo, Calif., to Director of Services at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott.

He studied at the University of Southern California from 1989-1993 and attended the LAX Coastal Chamber of Commerce Leadership Academy at Loyola Marymount University in 2013. Apodaca has completed professional development courses in the Leadership Excellence Program, Emerging Leaders Program and Foundations of Leadership, among others.

DoubleTree by Hilton Carson is about 100 miles from San Diego by car, 12 miles south of Los Angeles International Airport and only 5 miles north of Long Beach Airport. The hotel is the perfect location in the South Bay area of Los Angeles in the vicinity of Interstates 105, 110, 405, 605, and 710, and state routes 1, 22, 57 and 91.

A wide variety of local attractions keep DoubleTree by Hilton Carson guests engaged including the StubHub Center Sports and Entertainment Complex, Los Angeles Dodgers Stadium, Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Staples Center, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Rose Bowl, Aquarium of the Pacific, Disneyland, Universal Studios and miles of beaches and the Pacific Ocean.

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Carson is located at 2 Civic Plaza, Carson, CA 90745. The hotel features a restaurant and lounge, The Refinery and Scoreboard; a deluxe Fitness Center, and a refreshing heated outdoor pool and relaxing whirlpool. Complimentary WiFi access is provided and the hotel offers more than 5,600-square-feet of flexible meeting space and a convenient business center. For additional information or to make room reservations, please call 310-830-9200 or visit

Edward Apodaca, General Manager at DoubleTree by Hilton Carson
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