Hilton Names Greg Hartmann Senior VP - Luxury, Lifestyle, Resort and Corporate Development

Greg Hartmann Senior VP Hilton luxury, lifestyle, resort editorial
Greg Hartmann

Hilton has named Greg Hartmann as senior vice president – luxury, lifestyle, resort and corporate development. In his new position, Hartmann will report to Ian Carter, president – global development, architecture, design & construction, Hilton. 

Previously, Hartmann led the Strategic Advisory & Asset Management Services Practice as managing director for the Hotels & Hospitality Group in North America for Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) for the past six years. Prior to that, Hartmann spent 24 years with HVS Global Hospitality Services as a managing partner and then founded the STR Analytics division of STR, Inc.

In his role at JLL, Hartmann led a team responsible for asset managing hotels across the Americas including brands such as Hilton, Marriott, Four Seasons, Hyatt, Sheraton, St. Regis, Viceroy and Fairmont. Throughout the years, Hartmann has specialized in hotel and real estate counseling, development, feasibility, valuations, asset management, and competitive hotel and corporate analytics, including branded and independent multi-property portfolios ranging from 10 to more than 600 hotel portfolios. He has performed assignments for more than 12,000 hotels, resorts, casinos, conference centers, golf courses, ski resorts and timeshare facilities in all 50 states, and throughout North America, Latin America, Asia and the Middle East and Europe

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Hartmann is a graduate of the Cornell Hotel School and holds the designation of MAI from the Appraisal Institute, Certified Hotel Administrator from the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) and is a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS) and the Hospitality Asset Management Association (HAMA). He was an adjunct professor at the University of Colorado and executive director of the Center for Sustainable Tourism at the Leeds School of Business.

This story originally appeared on www.travelagentcentral.com

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