Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills Appoints Jacob Musyt as Director of Food and Beverage

USA, Beverly Hills, California. February 26, 2020

Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills is pleased to announce the return of Jacob Musyt to the world's leading luxury hotel brand. New to the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, Musyt has been appointed the new director of food and beverage.

Joining the executive team in the same role he served at the Waldorf Astoria Park City (Utah), Musyt will oversee the full food and beverage division of the hotel, including Jean-Georges Beverly Hills, The Rooftop by JG, Lobby Lounge, in-room dining, catering and banquet events.

"It's been a goal of mine to return to the Waldorf Astoria/Hilton family," Musyt says, "I have great respect for the extraordinary talent and impeccable standards of the brand and look forward to sharing my experiences with the best in the business."

Musyt comes to the hotel with a lifetime of experience in the world of food and beverage. He began his hospitality career at age 16 and attended Denver's Johnson & Wales University. In the ensuing years, he has served as the F&B director for various luxury hotels, including the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group and the Salamander Resort and Spa in Middleburg, Virginia, his most recent post.

"We are thrilled to welcome Jacob to Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills. Having someone of his caliber oversee our distinguished portfolio of dining outlets will allow us to continue to elevate our guests' experience." said Vanessa Williams, General Manager of Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills.

Musyt brings an impressive set of skills to the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills team, including his award-winning fiscal organization, customer relations, employee management and successful strategic planning track record. But when it comes down to it, for Jacob Musyt, it really is all about the food - and the people.

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