Hilton Appoints Adam Heffron as General Manager of Conrad Washington, DC

USA, Mclean, Virginia. June 02, 2023

Conrad Washington, DC announced Adam Heffron as the new general manager of the luxury 360-room property. Heffron joins the property from the 305-room Conrad Los Angeles hotel which made its debut in Downtown Los Angeles last year. In his new role, Heffron will lead the team in all aspects of hotel operations, from marketing and hotel administration to luxury hospitality, while delivering on Conrad Hotels & Resorts' commitment to purposeful and passionate service.

"I look forward to returning the east coast and leading the phenomenal team at this incredible property," said Heffron, general manager, Conrad Washington, DC. "Having been raised outside of DC, the area has always been important to me. I look forward to building upon this hotel's already incredible reputation as a top choice for both leisure and business travelers visiting the Nation's Capital and offering an exceptional experience for our global travelers."

In Heffron's previous role, he led the pre-opening and opening team of the acclaimed Conrad Los Angeles hotel ensuring its success as the flagship property for the Conrad Hotels & Resorts brand in California. As a hospitality veteran with over 20 years of experience, he's held a variety of senior leadership roles with Hilton, including general manager of the award-winning Waldorf Astoria Park City, and hotel manager of the luxurious Conrad New York Downtown.

Heffron holds a bachelor of arts in Political Science from Towson University and a certificate in Advanced Hospitality Revenue Management from Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration.

Conrad Washington, DC offers guests an unparalleled opportunity to experience luxury hospitality featuring exquisite design, presenting guests with complete natural light through the floor-to-ceiling windows that wrap the hotel, illuminating the chic contemporary style within. Sitting adjacent to the city's most stylish development, CityCenterDC, the hotel is within walking distance to more than 30 world-class designer shops and boutiques, as well as iconic city landmarks, including the National Mall, Smithsonian museums, and both the White House and U.S. Capitol Building. Signature restaurant, Estuary, complements the hotel's upscale offerings with a menu featuring the flavors of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed region, including gourmet breakfast and weekend brunch which are served in Estuary's gorgeous Blue Willow Room.

With two third-floor terraces, guests will find a relaxing respite above the bustling city, or enjoy an even more elevated view at the rooftop bar and lounge, Summit, serving culinary delights throughout the warmer months. Unique to Conrad Washington, DC, the Sakura Club is an elegant private club on the 10th floor where guests have access to a premium experience, including a sophisticated made-to-order menu throughout the day. Conrad Washington, DC is part of Hilton Honors®, the award-winning guest loyalty program for Hilton's 19 world-class brands.

Business Contact:

Subscribe to our newsletter
for more Hotel Newswire articles

Related News

Choose a Social Network!

The social network you are looking for is not available.

Coming up in October 2023...

Hotel Revenue Management: The Age of Big Data

The future of hotel revenue management lies in the adoption of ever more sophisticated software and technology, especially as it pertains to forecasting and pricing. For revenue professionals, the Age of Big Data has arrived. Managers are utilizing systems that employ leading-edge algorithms and machine learning, along with business analytics and data visualization tools. These tools communicate complex information more effectively, allowing managers to understand the key components driving demand and revenue. They have the ability to analyze real-time external and internal data, produce reports, and integrate information - all on a single platform - in order to improve performance. Managers are also utilizing  geographic information systems (GIS) which incorporate geographic data into forecasting. GIS also help decision-makers identify information in a visual way that cannot be detected through traditional data analysis. The October issue of the Hotel Business Review will report on how some hotels are integrating Big Data into their revenue management strategies.