Pacifica Hotels Appoints Scott Warner as Vice President of Operations

USA, Aliso Viejo, California. June 22, 2021

Pacifica Hotels, the largest owner and operator of independent, design-inspired hotels on the Pacific Coast, announces the recent appointment of Scott Warner as Vice President of Operations for the brand.

Warner previously served as the Vice President of Operations at Peachtree Hotel Group and held various operations and managerial roles at Pillar Hotels and Resorts, Prism Hotels and Resorts, Winegardner & Hammons, and Bristol Hotels and Resorts.

Starting as a front desk clerk in 1987, Warner truly knows the hospitality industry and has worked in various hotel positions ever since. He will look to successfully grow the brand's portfolio along with managing and motivating his team and exceeding guest expectations via daily operations. The seasoned executive is passionate about providing an excellent experience for today's traveler.

"I serve as a resource to the operations team in delivering the best possible experience for guests, team members and owners at all levels. My personal goals include growing Pacifica's footprint on a larger stage across the United States with both branded and independent boutique hotels while attracting the best possible talent to augment this growth," Warner said. "I live life by my own motto of ‘leaving something better than you found it.' This simply means do everything possible to be inclusive in developing a winning culture that celebrates consistent improvement."

For additional information on Pacifica Hotels, visit: www.pacificahotels.com.


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