Fischer Travel Enterprises Launches Hospitality Consulting Firm

Dee Branciforte and Stacy Fischer Rosenthal

Fischer Travel Enterprises, the ultra-exclusive travel and lifestyle company, has created a new venture: Fischer-Rosenthal Consulting. The new company will serve as property and guest experience advisors to hotel owners, developers and operators.

Founded by Fischer Travel’s president Stacy Fischer-Rosenthal, working in partnership with the company’s long-time vice president Dee Branciforte, Fischer-Rosenthal Consulting (FRC) builds on a reputation in the high-end luxury market by providing global expertise in property and amenities management, service standards and hospitality innovation. Fischer-Rosenthal Consulting says its goal is to provide expert advice to hoteliers on how to heighten their offerings and transform their brands. Whether hoteliers are scouting a property for possible purchase, diversifying their product or seeking to breathe new life into an established landmark, the company provides the insights necessary to achieve success.  

Fischer-Rosenthal conceptualized FRC while exploring the world seeking top options for her Fischer Travel clients. While planning trips, she would also be asked by resort owners and hoteliers how they could better tailor their interiors, services and amenities to reach their desired high-end clientele. 

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FRC has already assisted several top-tier hospitality brands and iconic properties, including Aman, One&Only, The Ranch at Rock Creek, Over Yonder Cay and more. 

Fischer-Rosenthal credits her father, Bill Fischer, for helping her to develop the expertise necessary to serve the world’s most knowledgeable travelers. Fischer Travel has been serving its members (who pay a $100,000 entry fee to become a client and a $25,000 annual renewal fee to remain one) over the past 50 years.

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