Provenance Hotels Appoints Sean Castady as General Manager at Woodlark in Portland, Oregon
Provenance Hotels is pleased to announce the appointment of Sean Castady as General Manager of Woodlark, the newest property within the boutique portfolio. In his new role, Castady will oversee daily operations, revenue generation and quality management to solidify Woodlark's position as a trendsetter in upscale accommodations within the Portland market.
Bringing more than 13 years of hospitality management experience to the table, Castady boasts an impressive career succession from Guest Services at Hyatt Regency Coconut Point in Bonita Springs, Florida to Front Office Manager at The London West Hollywood in West Hollywood Calif., and Assistant General Manager at Joie de Vivre Hotels in Laguna Beach, Calif. His most recent role was Regional Director of Hotel Operations of the Aparium Hotel Group in La Crosse, Wisconsin where he oversaw strategic planning and overall performance for The Iron Horse Hotel, Home2 Suites by Hilton, and The Charmant Hotel.
"Sean's experience in the independent, lifestyle sector makes him the perfect person to helm Woodlark" said Klaudio Simic, Vice President of Operations for Provenance Hotels. "With his passion for hospitality and proven track record in leadership, we're excited to see how he can further elevate and build on the experience at Woodlark and cement the hotel's place as one of the most sought-after properties in Portland - and the nation."
Designed to reflect the nuance, soul and beauty of Portland, Woodlark is redefining hospitality in the Pacific Northwest. Opened on December 15, 2018, the 150-room hotel seamlessly blends two iconic buildings listed on the National Historic Register with high design touches like lofted guest rooms with spiral staircases, vaulted ceilings and locally curated honor bars. The hotel boasts a welcoming lobby that is home to an outpost of local coffee roaster, Good Coffee; curated partnerships with local co-conspirators like boutique florist, Colibri, and Smith Teamaker; and buzzworthy dining options from Chef Doug Adam's restaurant Bullard and bar, Abigail Hall.