Le Meridien Chicago-Oakbrook Center Appoints General Manager

  • Le Meridien Chicago-Oakbrook Center Appoints General Manager

     
    POSTED February 8, 2017
     

Paul E. Cardona has been appointed the new general manager of Le Meridien Chicago-Oakbrook Center. He brings more than 22 years of hotel experience to his latest position.

“Paul’s experience working with luxury, world-class brands, such as the Four Seasons and Park Hyatt Chicago,” says Paul Wischermann, president and CEO, Wischermann Partners, Inc. “Makes him the perfect addition to our Le Meridien Chicago - Oakbrook Center team and has further solidified the hotel as one of the best in the Chicagoland area.”

Cardona previously held executive positions in Four Seasons Hotel & Resorts, Rosewood Hotels and Resorts, Soho House & Co., Miami’s SLS Hotels and the Park Hyatt Chicago.

“I am extremely proud and excited to join the team at Le Méridien Chicago – Oakbrook Center,” says Cardona. “As a local resident, I look forward to truly embracing the vibrant communities surrounding the hotel through Le Méridien brand’s hallmark of providing personalized service by showcasing our location and culture.”

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