The Whitley, a Luxury Collection Hotel®, Appoints Shah Adil as Managing Director

USA, Atlanta, Georgia. September 24, 2019

The Whitley, a Luxury Collection Hotel® in the coveted Atlanta neighborhood of Buckhead, is proud to announce the appointment of Shah Adil as Managing Director. In this role, Shah will channel twenty-five years of hospitality experience to oversee daily operations at the 507-room property and maintain the superb employee and customer service standards.

"We are very excited that Shah will be joining The Whitley team. His extensive experience in the hospitality industry and his passion for upholding brand standards all while leading a strong and cohesive team, make him a wonderful asset to The Whitley," said Michael Miner, Senior Vice President of Operations, HEI Hotels & Resorts.

A seasoned professional in the hospitality industry, Shah joins The Whitley as a recognized and esteemed leader within HEI Hotels & Resorts. Prior to joining The Whitley, he was named 2018's General Manager of the Year by Marriott International for his role at Westin Atlanta Perimeter North. Shah has also held senior leadership positions at Hyatt Hotels for more than two decades with an impressive record in key markets including Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and more. He studied hospitality in Switzerland and at the SC Johnson College of Business at Cornell University where he earned his MBA in management.

"I'm thrilled to be joining the dynamic team at The Whitley and honored to be given the opportunity to lead an already successful property to new heights," said Shah, "Our people are our biggest assets, so I'm excited to forge long-lasting relationships with the staff and regional partners, and also further cultivate relationships with our guests and the community."

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