Brutman to lead Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane

Brutman to lead Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane

Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane has revealed the appointment of Lynn Brutman as regional vice president and general manager for the 193-room luxury hotel.

A seasoned hotelier with a Four Seasons tenure spanning some 27 years, Brutman joins the Park Lane property from her most recent position as general manager at Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire.

US-born in Long Island, New York, Brutman graduated as a Bachelor of Science in hotel administration from the University of New Hampshire and began her career as a management trainee at the Ritz-Carlton Chicago.

Brutman continued her Four Seasons journey at city and resort destinations across the United States and Canada taking in Philadelphia, Atlanta, Newport Beach, Miami and Whistler.

In 2012 she transferred to Toronto, the city where Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts chairman Isadore Sharp built his first hotel.

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Appointed hotel manager for Four Seasons Hotel Toronto she was the driving force behind the transitional move and new opening of the flagship hotel.

In 2014 Brutman relocated to the UK to take up her first London position as general manager of Four Seasons Canary Wharf.

After two years in the English capital she transferred to the English countryside as general manager of Four Seasons Hampshire.

Now, completing the trilogy of experience within Four Seasons UK collection, Brutman returns to the capital to take up her new appointment in the heart of Mayfair.

“I am honoured and delighted to be appointed regional vice president and general manager at the longest operating Four Seasons hotel in our company.

“Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane helped set the foundation and principles of Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts which still underpin our service culture of today.

“I look forward to carrying the hotel forward with respect to its history and traditions of the past, while always redefining luxury through the service we provide.”