Industry Veteran Peter Strebel Rejoins Omni Hotels & Resorts as New Area Managing Director

  • Omni Hotels & Resorts
  • 01.21.10
Omni Hotels & Resorts announced the appointment of Peter Strebel as an area managing director for the luxury hotel brand effective immediately.

Strebel will serve as general manager of the company's flagship property in midtown Manhattan, the award-winning Omni Berkshire Place, and also oversee the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale and the Hotel Omni Mont-Royal in Montreal, Quebec.

Strebel previously enjoyed a successful 10-year career with Omni Hotels & Resorts in sales and marketing, lastly serving as the brand's vice president, sales and marketing.  In 2001, Strebel joined the Wyndham Hotel Group serving as executive vice president and chief marketing officer.  After four years, he was promoted to president of Wyndham Hotels & Resorts.  Strebel joined Dolce Hotels International as chief revenue officer in 2008.
"Peter is a tremendous addition to our management team," said Mike Deitemeyer, president of Omni Hotels & Resorts. "He was an incredible team member for many years, and we are very pleased to have him back in the Omni family."

Omni Hotels & Resorts creates genuine, authentic guest experiences at 45 distinct luxury hotels and resorts in leading business gateways and leisure destinations across North America.  From exceptional golf and spa retreats to dynamic business settings, each Omni showcases the local flavor of the destination while featuring four-diamond services, signature restaurants, Wi-Fi connectivity and unique wellness options.  Known for its award-winning, personalized service, Omni leaves a lasting impression with every customer interaction, with a heightened level of recognition and rewards delivered through its Select Guest loyalty program and the company's Power of One associate empowerment program.

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