Canopy by Hilton Dallas Uptown Announces New General Manager and Director of Sales and Marketing

Accomplished Industry Pair to Hold New Leadership Roles at Uptown Dallas Hotel

USA, Dallas, Texas. August 12, 2019

Canopy by Hilton Dallas Uptown, a neighborhood-centric lifestyle hotel in Uptown Dallas, announces it has named Mike Haddad as General Manager and Nathan Tyndall as Director of Sales and Marketing.

Mike Haddad joins Canopy Dallas Uptown with more than 19 years of experience in the hospitality industry, with expertise in sales and catering, food and beverage management, front office leadership and revenue management. Most recently, Haddad served as the General Manager of the Embassy Suites by Hilton Milwaukee Brookfield for nearly three years. He has also held General Manager positions at several properties including the Marriott Detroit Metropolitan Airport, Marriott Chicago Southwest at Burr Ridge and DoubleTree by Hilton Detroit Novi.

Nathan Tyndall brings eight years of experience to the Canopy Dallas Uptown team, previously serving as a sales manager on property. Tyndall began his hospitality career with Wyndham Hotels in 2003, and then transitioned to Interstate Hotels & Resorts as a Business Travel Sales Manager. For ten years, Tyndall worked as a police officer at the Dallas Police Department before returning to the hospitality industry at Canopy Dallas Uptown.

"Mike and Nathan have served as outstanding industry leaders and bring a proven track record of success to our team at Canopy Dallas Uptown," said Jennifer Baker, Regional Vice President of Sales and Marketing of Aimbridge Hospitality. "They each possess terrific leadership qualities and we are honored to have them lead the hotel."

Canopy by Hilton Dallas Uptown is managed by Aimbridge Hospitality.

For more information on the hotel, please visit our website.



Nathan Tyndall - Director of Sales and Marketing
Mike Haddad - General Manager
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