The Fairmont Southampton appoints Rita Healy as Hotel Manager

Posted by on Feb 10, 2011 in Local News & Alerts | 1 comment

Bermuda, February 10, 2011 – Norman Mastalir, managing director and general manager at The Fairmont Southampton, announces the appointment of Rita Healy to the position of hotel manager. In this role, Ms Healy will direct rooms, food and beverage and leisure operations, for the 593-room Fairmont Southampton, Bermuda’s premier beach resort and convention facility.

            Ms Healy brings a wealth of experience to her new role.  Prior to joining The Fairmont Southampton, she was the hotel manager at The Fairmont Turnberry Resort and Club, a 392-room resort in Miami, where she oversaw the operation of the hotel, food and beverage outlets, Willow Stream Spa, beach and pool, landscaping and golf course.

            In addition to her experience in Florida, Ms Healy served as director of operations for the five-diamond Fairmont Olympic Hotel in Seattle, Washington.  While in this position, the property was named Fairmont’s 2006 Hotel of the Year in recognition for its guest satisfaction, operation and financial performance.  Ms Healy began her career at The Fairmont Scottsdale, a 650-room, five-diamond property in Arizona.  At The Fairmont Scottsdale she held a number of positions including director of front office operations, front office manager, associate director of conference services, national sales manager and conference planning manager.

            “Rita joins The Fairmont Southampton with a wealth of experience in all areas of hotel operation,” said Norman Mastalir, managing director and general manager of The Fairmont Southampton.  “Each of her positions – whether in conference services, sales, front office or resort operations – makes her the perfect fit for our resort in Bermuda.  We are confident that Rita will be a tremendous asset to our operation, and we look forward to having her as a part of our team.”

            Ms Healy holds a Bachelor of Science in Hotel-Motel/Restaurant Management from Minnesota State University and is a certified meeting professional.

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One Comment

  1. Being a
    repeat guest I noticed a drastic change during my stay from July 18-25, 2012. The front desk staff would give different answers to the same question by different staff. The overcrowding in the Ocean Restaurant for breakfast. Why not use this beautiful room for dinner also. Open another room for breakfast.
    At the beach shortage of staff and lounge chairs. If I had known there was going to a huge convention I would not have come at that time. At the end of my stay I received a bill for charges that I never made. It was corrected at checkout.
    I hope my comments are helpful and will improve the problems.

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