Marcus Hotels & Resorts Promotes Jeff Stewart to General Manager of Hilton Milwaukee City Center

USA, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. May 18, 2023

Marcus® Hotels & Resorts, a nationally recognized owner and management company and division of The Marcus Corporation, announced that Jeff Stewart has been promoted to general manager of the landmark Hilton Milwaukee City Center. Stewart returns to the property where he previously served as hotel manager, bringing with him more than 20 years of hotel management experience, including eight years with Marcus Hotels & Resorts.

"We are excited to welcome Jeff back to Hilton Milwaukee City Center to lead this iconic Milwaukee property," said Michael Evans, president of Marcus Hotels & Resorts. "As a longtime member of the Marcus Hotels & Resorts team, Jeff has the strong leadership experience and commitment to excellence that will result in the continued success of Milwaukee's convention headquarters hotel of choice."

With extensive experience gained during his tenure with Marcus Hotels & Resorts, Stewart most recently served as general manager of the company owned AC Hotel Chicago Downtown. Under his leadership, this lifestyle property was recognized as a Trip Advisor Travelers Choice Hotel. In addition to Hilton Milwaukee City Center and AC Chicago Downtown, Stewart also served as resort manager at Grand Geneva Resort & Spa and general manager at Marcus Hotels & Resorts' former Sheraton Madison Hotel.

Stewart began his hospitality career in 2000 with Hyatt Hotels Corporation at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. During his tenure with Hyatt, he held a variety of management roles in all areas of hotel operations at the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis, Hyatt Regency McCormick Place, Hyatt Regency Chicago, and Hyatt Regency Boston. He earned his bachelor's degree in hospitality management from Eastern Illinois University.

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