Joseph Mattioli Appointed General Manager of Montage Deer Valley

USA, Orange County, California. November 21, 2019

Montage Hotels & Resorts has announced the appointment of Joseph Mattioli as general manager of Montage Deer Valley. With over 40 years of luxury hospitality and culinary experience, Mattioli will be responsible for all daily operations of the Park City, Utah resort.

"I am delighted to welcome Joseph Mattioli to Montage Deer Valley as general manager and an executive leader of the resort," said Jason Herthel, president and chief operating officer of Montage International. "Joseph brings decades of impressive hospitality experience earned across the U.S. and abroad, and we are honored to have him on the team."

Mattioli joins Montage Deer Valley from The St. Regis Washington, D.C. where he served as general manager for the past two years. Previously, he was general manager of The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe, earning ski resort experience during his five years at the resort. Additional leadership roles included general manager of The Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland; hotel manager and director of food and beverage at The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C.; director of operations and director of food and beverage at The Ritz-Carlton, Pentagon City; director of food and beverage and executive chef at The Ritz-Carlton, Palm Beach; and executive sous chef at The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta.

Mattioli received his culinary and hospitality degree from the School Joseph Storck in Guebwiller, France. His impressive culinary career consisted of serving as a consultant for two-Michelin star chef Gérard Vié at the Southampton Princess Hotel Bermuda; commis chef at the two-Michelin star restaurant at Hotel De Crillon in Paris, France; and commis and apprentice chef at the Michelin star restaurant at Chateau d'Isenbourg, Rouffach, in Alsace, France.

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