Four Seasons San Francisco welcomes Loga Nathan as Hotel Manager
Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco announces the appointment of Loga Nathan as Hotel Manager. Nathan comes to the San Francisco property with more than 16 years of experience with Four Seasons family.
In his tenure with the company, Nathan has held positions at properties around the world, including Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris, Four Seasons Hotel Washington DC, and most recently Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel. In his new role at Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco, Nathan will be responsible for managing and overseeing all aspects of hotel operations, with an emphasis on guest services.
Most recently, Nathan held the position of Director of Rooms at Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles. There, he was responsible for hiring, training and implementing policy and product development for the rooms division, which resulted in an impressive jump in the Hotel’s occupancy rate. As the newly appointed Hotel Manager at Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco, Nathan brings his knowledge of Four Seasons standards and his commitment to flawless service and hospitality.
Nathan attended Pre University at Townsville Institute in Singapore. Following graduation, he began his career in the hospitality industry at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, where he worked his way up to Front Office Manager. Nathan is fluent in English and Mandarin and is currently learning French.
“We look forward having Nathan’s strong international background and experience from some of the most impressive Four Seasons properties,” says Doug Housley, general manager of Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco. “Nathan’s experience with Four Seasons provides him with a wealth of knowledge on how to perfect the guest experience.”
New to the Bay Area, Nathan has let go of Los Angeles’ fast-paced life and has easily taken to San Francisco’s relaxed atmosphere. “I am very excited to continue my work with the brand, especially here in beautiful San Francisco,” says Nathan. “The dining and arts scene alone will keep me occupied for a long time.”