Senior Leadership Team Appointed for Kimpton Hotel Palomar South Beach Opening Soon

USA, Miami, Florida. December 30, 2019

Kimpton Hotel Palomar South Beach is pleased to announce the recent appointments of General Manager Fernando Rivera and Director of Sales and Marketing Lizmary Perez for the all new boutique hotel, located in the heart of Miami's most dynamic neighborhood, Sunset Harbour.

"With our opening approaching, we're excited to bring onboard two incredibly talented additions to the Kimpton Hotel Palomar South Beach team," said Ericka Nelson, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants Director of Hotel Operations, Florida. "The property is extremely fortunate to have such a strong and experienced pair who will ensure a top-notch guest experience from day one."

Fernando Rivera brings more than 20 years of operational, sales, marketing and brand management experience to his role as General Manager at Kimpton Hotel Palomar South Beach. Previously with esteemed downtown Miami property Kimpton EPIC Hotel, his high energy, customer-oriented management style has led to success at every turn. Fernando has a full operational background in the hospitality sphere, having worked front office, food and beverage, sales, marketing and revenue departments. He will oversee Kimpton Hotel Palomar South Beach's daily operations, personnel, business development and guest relations.

As Director of Sales and Marketing, Lizmary Perez will develop strategies to establish Kimpton Hotel Palomar South Beach as a leader in the marketplace through the development of future and repeat business. Born and raised in Miami, she has spent her entire career in Miami Beach, leading sales and marketing efforts at Hilton Bentley Miami/South Beach and Hilton Cabana Miami Beach. Skilled in account management, client relations, brand positioning and multi-media marketing, Lizmary was named the Top-Producing Seller of the Year in 2017.

Featuring striking design by legendary Miami architect and designer Kobi Karp, Kimpton Hotel Palomar South Beach is set to become an iconic addition to the scene, with an extraordinary lobby, stylish guestrooms and a spectacular two-tier roofdeck bar/pool.

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