Hotel General Manager Cover Letter
The applicant wanted to move to a luxury, full-service hotel chain. To get the reader's attention, the writer began by getting to the point about what is important in the hospitality industry.
Sample Hotel General Manager Cover Letter
February 1, 2010
403, 6th avenue
Montgomery, AL- 35112.
(659) 846 - 9466
Re: Position HY123456
Dear Employment Director:
It's all about heads and beds and customer satisfaction in the hospitality industry. It takes an innovative and tenacious manager to face successfully the tremendous challenges confronting today's leading hotels. I have made a career out of turning around faltering properties, raising service standards, increasing organizational efficiency, and significantly improving bottom-line profits.
I am currently the General Manager of the Executive Hotel, Denver. The owners have decided to convert the property into an assisted-living facility, and while they have asked me to stay with the property, my passion for the hotel business necessitates that I move on. I am seeking a management position with an upscale hotel such as yours.
My resume speaks to my history of decisive leadership as well as strong financial and operating results. Most notably I have
- Turned unprofitable properties into consistently performing, multimillion-dollar organizations.
- Streamlined operations and eliminated duplicate functions to reduce costs and increase productivity and revenue.
- Integrated finance and operations, creating proactive business units focused on the bottom line and positioned for long-term growth and profitability.
The value I bring to Hyatt Hotels is broad experience spanning all core business functions with a primary focus on operations and finance. My success is directly attributable to my ability to unify organizations, initiate action, and deliver results.
I welcome the chance to explore any current assignments commensurate with my management skills. I am willing to relocate for the right opportunity.
Thank you for your time and consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you.