AC Hotel New Orleans French Quarter Appoints Taylor McInerney as General Manager

Seasoned Hospitality Leader to Manage the New Orleans-Based Hotel

USA, New Orleans, Louisiana. August 11, 2023

AC Hotel New Orleans French Quarter has hired Taylor McInerney as General Manager. In this position, McInerney will efficiently manage and oversee day-to-day hotel operations, driving optimal performance and continuous improvement.

"We are thrilled to welcome Taylor McInerney to the newly remodeled AC Hotel New Orleans French Quarter team," said David Belk, Regional General Manager with Pacific Hospitality Group. "With his extensive leadership background in hospitality management and unwavering commitment to excellence, we are confident he will play a pivotal role in ensuring that our guests continue to receive experiential services that exceed their expectations."

McInerney boasts a successful career spanning over a decade, marked by his exceptional leadership in the dynamic hospitality industry. Notably and most recently, he excelled as the Dual General Manager at the esteemed Hotel Indigo New Orleans French Quarter, overseeing both the hotel and its acclaimed onsite restaurant, Common Interest. McInerney has held leadership positions at other New Orleans properties, including General Manager/Director of Sales at the Cambria New Orleans Downtown Warehouse District, Regional Director of Operations at Q Hotel Management LaPlace, and General Manager at TownePlace Suites by Marriott New Orleans Harvey/West Bank.

"I am honored to join the exceptional team at AC Hotel New Orleans French Quarter," expressed McInerney. "It is my vision to collaborate with our incredibly talented team, and build upon the remarkable legacy and reputation this property already has as the first AC Hotel in North America."

Guests can discover the perfect blend of modernity and historic charm at the AC Hotel New Orleans French Quarter, the first AC Hotel in North America, which is strategically nestled near iconic destinations like Bourbon Street and the French Quarter. As guests explore the vibrant spirit of the city, they can relish their stay with the hotel as a comfortable home base, surrounded by premier Big Easy dining, entertainment, and attractions. The thoughtfully designed guest rooms offer complimentary Wi-Fi, plush pillowtop beds, and cutting-edge flat-screen smart televisions featuring an array of streaming apps. Indulge further in the AC Lounge, where expertly curated cocktails and delectable light bites await, or savor a European-inspired breakfast at the AC Kitchen. Stay fit with ease at the fully equipped fitness center. Embracing the needs of business travelers, the hotel offers 3,938 square feet of well-appointed event spaces, complemented by expert planners and tantalizing catering menus, ensuring every occasion is an extraordinary success.

AC Hotel New Orleans French Quarter is located at 221 Carondelet St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130.

For more information about AC Hotel New Orleans French Quarter, visit the website or follow it on LinkedIn and Instagram

The property is owned and operated within the Legacy Collection of the Pacific Hospitality Group portfolio.

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