Restaurant – Alfresco Outlet Manager job Hollywood CA hotel

Celebrity dining, bar and pool restaurant Manager job at Hotel in Hollywood, CA

The Alfresco Manager job is in charge of the Alfresco restaurant dining, Rooftop Bar, Pool service and entertainment at the FirePit.

Touted as one of the ritziest Rooftop Hotel outlets in the US, this AAA 4 Diamond hotel sports some Celebrity skin at pool and cabanas.

Located in West Hollywood, the hotel caters to the Stars. After a day at the Rooftop, dining is available at the Michelin starred restaurant below.

 

This position is suited for someone who can handle the elegant glitz and has the luxury background. The hotel group has 20 luxury properties across the US offering room for growth and personal development. To apply for this position eMail your resume to Luxury Hotel Restaurant recruiter Modris Reinbergs modris@gmail.com Mobile: 310-691-2585

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