Barcelo Crestline Corporation Announces the Promotion of Sean Dell'Orto to Chief Financial Officer for Crestline Hotels & Resorts
Bruce Wardinski, President and CEO of Barcelo Crestline Corporation, today announced the promotion of Sean Dell'Orto to Chief Financial Officer for Crestline Hotels & Resorts. Mr. Dell'Orto was previously the Vice President and Treasurer of Barcelo Crestline Corporation which is the parent company of Crestline Hotels & Resorts, Inc. Crestline manages 66 hotels in 13 states and the District of Columbia, and is among the top 10 hospitality management companies in the U.S.
Mr. Dell'Orto joined Barcelo Crestline Corporation in 1998 as a Financial Analyst for Crestline Capital Corporation and was soon promoted to Senior Financial Analyst for Lodging Investments. He has held a variety of financial positions within the Barcelo Crestline Corporation including Director of Corporate Finance and Senior Director of Finance. He left the company to serve as Treasurer for Highland Hospitality, a public REIT formed in 2003 and sold in 2007. Upon the sale of Highland Hospitality, Mr. Dell'Orto returned to Barcelo Crestline as Vice President & Treasurer.
Mr. Dell'Orto holds an M.B.A. from the Wharton School of Business and is a graduate of the University of Virginia, McIntire School of Commerce with a B.S. in Commerce. He began his career as a Financial Analyst for Host Marriott Corporation.
About the Companies
Barcelo Crestline Corporation | In June of 2002, Crestline Capital Corporation merged with Barcelo Corporacion Empresarial--owner of Barcelo Hotels & Resorts. After the merger, Crestline Capital Corporation became a wholly owned subsidiary of Barcelo Corporacion Empresarial and changed its name to Barcelo Crestline Corporation. Based in Palma de Mallorca Spain, Barcelo Corporacion Empresarial, together with its affiliates, is one of the world's largest hospitality companies.
Today, Barcelo Crestline Corporation leases 19 limited-service hotels and subleases 71 limited-service hotels. The privately owned company has significant equity interests in several upscale hotels and is parent to Crestline Hotels & Resorts, Inc., which is among the nation's 10 largest independent hospitality management companies. The company also asset manages the entire portfolio of all-inclusive resort properties for Playa Hotels & Resorts, S.L., a privately held Spanish company which currently owns resorts in Mexico and the Dominican Republic. Additional information can be found at the company's web site at; .
Crestline Hotels & Resorts, Inc. | Crestline Hotels & Resorts, Inc. is one of the nation's largest independent hospitality management companies. Founded in 2000, the company presently manages 66 hotels, resorts and conference and convention centers with nearly 14,000 rooms in 13 states and the District of Columbia. Crestline Hotels & Resorts manages 13 independent properties in major US markets including Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles and Washington D.C. Crestline also manages properties under such well-regarded brands as Marriott, Hilton, Westin, Renaissance, Sheraton, Crowne Plaza and Wyndham. For more information visit: .
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