The Setai, Miami Beach Appoints Eric Segreti as Hotel Manager

Eric Segreti is Appointed Hotel Manager of the Award-Winning Luxury Hotel in South Beach, Miami

USA , Miami Beach , Florida. March 25, 2019

The Setai, Miami Beach, an award-winning leader in hospitality and the hotel of choice for the sophisticated international traveler,is delighted to announce the appointment of Eric Segreti as Hotel Manager.

Segreti previously served as the hotel's Director of Rooms for nearly three years where he ensured an overall luxurious guest experience and oversaw the concierge, housekeeping, security, engineering, valet, spa, and residential components of the hotel. His proven success at The Setai, Miami Beach and passion for the industry will make him an invaluable part of the management team. In his new role, Segreti will continue the success of the award-winning hotel, while cultivating both domestic and international relationships and providing exceptional guest service property-wide.

"What separates The Setai, Miami Beach from other Miami hotels, is our dedication to creating a personalized experience with unparalleled luxury service," said General Manager Alex S. Furrer. "Segreti is an industry veteran with a wealth of knowledge. His expertise will elevate our guests' experiences to another level, further distinguishing the property as Miami's premier luxury hotel."

Segreti has over 10 years of experience in the hospitality industry. Prior to his time at The Setai, Miami Beach, he held several management positions including Front Office Manager for Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group and Housekeeping Manager for The Peninsula Hotels in New York City. During his time at each of these properties, he was tasked with overseeing the day-to-day management and resort operations and established a strong track record in luxury hospitality.

About The Setai, Miami Beach

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