Profiling Hotelier Craig Norris-Jones of the Pan Pacific Vancouver

There’s a natural affinity between hotels and travel. So, it shouldn’t come as any surprise that many hoteliers have deep-rooted wanderlust. In fact, dig deeper into the...

Hotelier: Theresa Ginter, Nita Lake Lodge, Whistler, B.C.

Theresa Ginter always imagined she’d end up working in hotels. The native of Germany planned to attend Hotel Management School in Innsbruck, Austria, but, after returning from...

Profiling Hotelier Paul Verciglio, 2011 Pinnacles Hotelier of the Year

Toronto’s Paul Verciglio has made a career out of cultivating excellence As any hotelier knows, it takes business acumen to rule the competitive luxury...

Profiling Hotelier Ron Pellerine of the Eaton Chelsea, Toronto

As GM of the country’s largest hotel, Ron Pellerine is used to daily challenges. So, when the announcement came down the pipeline a few months ago that,...

Profiling Hotelier Guillermo Coronel of the Hôtel Nelligan in Montreal

When Guillermo Coronel was growing up in Santiago, Chile, he never dreamt he’d become a hotel GM. In fact, it was only after moving to Canada in...

Profiling Hotelier Patrick Regina

Patrick Regina has a special attachment to the Hilton Toronto/Markham Suites Conference Centre & Spa in Markham, Ont. “I spent my wedding night in one of its...

Paul Gregory is Setting the Stage for Success at The Bruce Hotel

It was the organized chaos and fast pace of hotels that first seduced Paul Gregory into the hospitality industry. “I remember finishing my first week and being...

Profiling Hotelier Andrew Torriani of Ritz Carlton, Montreal

Andrew Torriani got a taste of the hotel business as a child working at a collection of hotels owned by his father. In fact, at the age...

Profiling Hotelier Jeff Waters of the Omni King Edward Hotel

It’s been a year of change and challenge for Jeff Waters. Since joining the historic King Edward Hotel in June 2012, the 54-year-old hotelier has been involved...

Hotelier: Tim Terceira, St. Regis Hotel, Toronto

The maxim that you can’t go home again clearly doesn’t apply to Tim Terceira. Three years ago, the hotelier left the posh Ritz-Carlton Toronto to head to...