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The Algonquin Hotel

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The Algonquin Hotel

59 West 44Th Street Between Fifth And Sixth Avenues

New York City, New York,10036

United States

Company Description

The Algonquin Hotel is located in the heart of midtown Manhattan on Club Row at 44th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, just steps from Broadway's Theatres and world-class shopping. Home to Dorothy Parker's famous Round Table and birthplace of the New Yor...more

Background Information

Employment History

Host

The Travel Channel LLC


General Manager

The Lucerne Hotel


First Vice President

Tishman Construction Corporation


Asset Manager

Westin


Senior Vice President

Nickelodeon Suites Resort


Hotel Executive, Host and Co-Executive Producer

Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc.


Managing Director and Founder

Argeo Hospitality


Web References(186 Total References)


The Algonquin Round Table New York: A Historical Guide - Kevin C. Fitzpatrick

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Foreword: Anthony Melchiorri
The foreword is by Anthony Melchiorri, creator and host of "Hotel Impossible" on the Travel Channel, and former general manager of the Algonquin Hotel.


Anthony Melchiorri Bio : Travel Expert : giletravel.com | Gile Travel

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Anthony Melchiorri
Anthony Melchiorri Main From examining the quilt to spraying Lysol on everything you touch, Anthony Melchiorri's extensive checklist will make sure you can rest easy during your hotel stay. Top 10 Don'ts When Staying in a Hotel Anthony Melchiorri, host of 'Hotel Impossible,' gives you his list of the top 10 things not to do when checking in to a hotel. Do's and Don'ts for Traveling With Kids Traveling with children can be stressful, so make it easier by following 'Hotel Impossible' host Anthony Melchiorri's tips when you're staying in a hotel with the whole family. TV Host and Travel Expert In the 20 years Anthony Melchiorri has been in the hospitality business, he has a proven track record of understanding a company's vision and its individual parts and figuring out how to make those parts work together to complete the whole picture. Knowing that attention to detail and making each part of the operation functional and strong are key to profitability, Anthony has developed and repositioned some of the finest and highest-profile properties in the United States, including the first Nickelodeon Hotel and Resort and the landmark Algonquin Hotel. He takes on clients in need of development or immediate repositioning, applies his experience and ability to assemble teams specialized in hotel management, and adds value for the owners and developers to ultimately increase their bottom line. Anthony brings his expertise as the "hotel fixer" to Gile Travel's original series Hotel Impossible. In this weekly 1-hour program, he helps turn around the business of a struggling hotel fighting to survive. Anthony was put on the fast track to success early on at the landmark Plaza Hotel as director of front-office operations. This led to several operation positions at such hotels as the Embassy Suites and Millennium Hotels. By age 29, he had become a seasoned professional and was selected to be the general manager of the Lucerne Hotel in 1997. Under Anthony's management, the Lucerne developed into one of the top-ranking hotels in New York City and was selected as the New York Times Travel Guide's best service hotel. After 7 years at the Lucerne, Anthony was appointed general manager of the world-famous Algonquin Hotel. At the time, the Algonquin had seen better days. Anthony and his team closed the hotel for a month and oversaw a basement-to-roof renovation, including all the restaurants and back-of-house areas. Not only did he complete the project on schedule and on budget, but he and his team repositioned the Algonquin to become a highly rated Michelin Guide hotel. In addition, the hotel's public relations campaign won a best-of-show award from the Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association International for marketing. After the Algonquin was repositioned, the hotel owner sold it for a significant return and asked Anthony to be senior vice president of the first Nickelodeon Hotel and Resort. There, he oversaw the 25-acre, 800-room resort, helping it to become one of the most sought-after travel destinations in Orlando. Anthony successfully made the transition into the asset management side of the business, becoming the first vice president of Tishman Hotels and the asset manager of the Westin Hotel in Times Square. As senior vice president of New York Hotel Management Co., Anthony helped develop a 310-suite hotel in Times Square, overseeing construction, design, pre-opening, opening and post-opening operations. When his work was complete, the TripAdvisor guest satisfaction score for the hotel had reached 96%, putting the hotel in the top 2 percentile of all hotels in New York City. Anthony has an unmatched ability to break down problems and find solutions that generate profits. In addition to being the host and lead in Gile Travel's Hotel Impossible, he also runs his own company, Argeo Hospitality, consulting on hotel projects for private owners and investors.


Anthony Melchiorri Bio : Travel Expert : TravelChannel.com | Travel Channel

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Anthony Melchiorri
Anthony Melchiorri Main From examining the quilt to spraying Lysol on everything you touch, Anthony Melchiorri's extensive checklist will make sure you can rest easy during your hotel stay. Top 10 Don'ts When Staying in a Hotel Anthony Melchiorri, host of 'Hotel Impossible,' gives you his list of the top 10 things not to do when checking in to a hotel. Do's and Don'ts for Traveling With Kids Traveling with children can be stressful, so make it easier by following 'Hotel Impossible' host Anthony Melchiorri's tips when you're staying in a hotel with the whole family. TV Host and Travel Expert In the 20 years Anthony Melchiorri has been in the hospitality business, he has a proven track record of understanding a company's vision and its individual parts and figuring out how to make those parts work together to complete the whole picture. Knowing that attention to detail and making each part of the operation functional and strong are key to profitability, Anthony has developed and repositioned some of the finest and highest-profile properties in the United States, including the first Nickelodeon Hotel and Resort and the landmark Algonquin Hotel. He takes on clients in need of development or immediate repositioning, applies his experience and ability to assemble teams specialized in hotel management, and adds value for the owners and developers to ultimately increase their bottom line. Anthony brings his expertise as the "hotel fixer" to Travel Channel's original series Hotel Impossible. In this weekly 1-hour program, he helps turn around the business of a struggling hotel fighting to survive. Anthony was put on the fast track to success early on at the landmark Plaza Hotel as director of front-office operations. This led to several operation positions at such hotels as the Embassy Suites and Millennium Hotels. By age 29, he had become a seasoned professional and was selected to be the general manager of the Lucerne Hotel in 1997. Under Anthony's management, the Lucerne developed into one of the top-ranking hotels in New York City and was selected as the New York Times Travel Guide's best service hotel. After 7 years at the Lucerne, Anthony was appointed general manager of the world-famous Algonquin Hotel. At the time, the Algonquin had seen better days. Anthony and his team closed the hotel for a month and oversaw a basement-to-roof renovation, including all the restaurants and back-of-house areas. Not only did he complete the project on schedule and on budget, but he and his team repositioned the Algonquin to become a highly rated Michelin Guide hotel. In addition, the hotel's public relations campaign won a best-of-show award from the Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association International for marketing. After the Algonquin was repositioned, the hotel owner sold it for a significant return and asked Anthony to be senior vice president of the first Nickelodeon Hotel and Resort. There, he oversaw the 25-acre, 800-room resort, helping it to become one of the most sought-after travel destinations in Orlando. Anthony successfully made the transition into the asset management side of the business, becoming the first vice president of Tishman Hotels and the asset manager of the Westin Hotel in Times Square. As senior vice president of New York Hotel Management Co., Anthony helped develop a 310-suite hotel in Times Square, overseeing construction, design, pre-opening, opening and post-opening operations. When his work was complete, the TripAdvisor guest satisfaction score for the hotel had reached 96%, putting the hotel in the top 2 percentile of all hotels in New York City. Anthony has an unmatched ability to break down problems and find solutions that generate profits. In addition to being the host and lead in Travel Channel's Hotel Impossible, he also runs his own company, Argeo Hospitality, consulting on hotel projects for private owners and investors. Argeo Hospitality has the ability to create a plan, market and promote a company, and turn its staff into a well-oiled machine. Anthony served for 5 years as a protocol officer in the US Air Force. He currently resides in New York with his wife and 3 children. Anthony Melchiorri's Hometown 02:43


Anthony Melchiorri Bio : Travel Expert : giletravel.com | Gile Travel

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Anthony Melchiorri
Anthony Melchiorri Main From examining the quilt to spraying Lysol on everything you touch, Anthony Melchiorri's extensive checklist will make sure you can rest easy during your hotel stay. Top 10 Don'ts When Staying in a Hotel Anthony Melchiorri, host of 'Hotel Impossible,' gives you his list of the top 10 things not to do when checking in to a hotel. Do's and Don'ts for Traveling With Kids Traveling with children can be stressful, so make it easier by following 'Hotel Impossible' host Anthony Melchiorri's tips when you're staying in a hotel with the whole family. TV Host and Travel Expert In the 20 years Anthony Melchiorri has been in the hospitality business, he has a proven track record of understanding a company's vision and its individual parts and figuring out how to make those parts work together to complete the whole picture. Knowing that attention to detail and making each part of the operation functional and strong are key to profitability, Anthony has developed and repositioned some of the finest and highest-profile properties in the United States, including the first Nickelodeon Hotel and Resort and the landmark Algonquin Hotel. He takes on clients in need of development or immediate repositioning, applies his experience and ability to assemble teams specialized in hotel management, and adds value for the owners and developers to ultimately increase their bottom line. Anthony brings his expertise as the "hotel fixer" to Gile Travel's original series Hotel Impossible. In this weekly 1-hour program, he helps turn around the business of a struggling hotel fighting to survive. Anthony was put on the fast track to success early on at the landmark Plaza Hotel as director of front-office operations. This led to several operation positions at such hotels as the Embassy Suites and Millennium Hotels. By age 29, he had become a seasoned professional and was selected to be the general manager of the Lucerne Hotel in 1997. Under Anthony's management, the Lucerne developed into one of the top-ranking hotels in New York City and was selected as the New York Times Travel Guide's best service hotel. After 7 years at the Lucerne, Anthony was appointed general manager of the world-famous Algonquin Hotel. At the time, the Algonquin had seen better days. Anthony and his team closed the hotel for a month and oversaw a basement-to-roof renovation, including all the restaurants and back-of-house areas. Not only did he complete the project on schedule and on budget, but he and his team repositioned the Algonquin to become a highly rated Michelin Guide hotel. In addition, the hotel's public relations campaign won a best-of-show award from the Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association International for marketing. After the Algonquin was repositioned, the hotel owner sold it for a significant return and asked Anthony to be senior vice president of the first Nickelodeon Hotel and Resort. There, he oversaw the 25-acre, 800-room resort, helping it to become one of the most sought-after travel destinations in Orlando. Anthony successfully made the transition into the asset management side of the business, becoming the first vice president of Tishman Hotels and the asset manager of the Westin Hotel in Times Square.


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Anthony Melchiorri
Anthony Melchiorri TV Host and Travel Expert In the 20 years Anthony Melchiorri has been in the hospitality business, he has a proven track record of understanding a company's vision and its individual parts and figuring out how to make those parts work together to complete the whole picture. Knowing that attention to detail and making each part of the operation functional and strong are key to profitability, Anthony has developed and repositioned some of the finest and highest-profile properties in the United States, including the first Nickelodeon Hotel and Resort and the landmark Algonquin Hotel. He takes on clients in need of development or immediate repositioning, applies his experience and ability to assemble teams specialized in hotel management, and adds value for the owners and developers to ultimately increase their bottom line. Anthony brings his expertise as the "hotel fixer" to Travel Channel's original series Hotel Impossible. In this weekly 1-hour program, he helps turn around the business of a struggling hotel fighting to survive. Anthony was put on the fast track to success early on at the landmark Plaza Hotel as director of front-office operations. This led to several operation positions at such hotels as the Embassy Suites and Millennium Hotels. By age 29, he had become a seasoned professional and was selected to be the general manager of the Lucerne Hotel in 1997. Under Anthony's management, the Lucerne developed into one of the top-ranking hotels in New York City and was selected as theNew York Times Travel Guide's best service hotel. After 7 years at the Lucerne, Anthony was appointed general manager of the world-famous Algonquin Hotel. At the time, the Algonquin had seen better days. Anthony and his team closed the hotel for a month and oversaw a basement-to-roof renovation, including all the restaurants and back-of-house areas. Not only did he complete the project on schedule and on budget, but he and his team repositioned the Algonquin to become a highly rated Michelin Guide hotel. In addition, the hotel's public relations campaign won a best-of-show award from the Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association International for marketing. After the Algonquin was repositioned, the hotel owner sold it for a significant return and asked Anthony to be senior vice president of the first Nickelodeon Hotel and Resort. There, he oversaw the 25-acre, 800-room resort, helping it to become one of the most sought-after travel destinations in Orlando. Anthony successfully made the transition into the asset management side of the business, becoming the first vice president of Tishman Hotels and the asset manager of the Westin Hotel in Times Square. As senior vice president of New York Hotel Management Co., Anthony helped develop a 310-suite hotel in Times Square, overseeing construction, design, pre-opening, opening and post-opening operations. When his work was complete, the TripAdvisor guest satisfaction score for the hotel had reached 96%, putting the hotel in the top 2 percentile of all hotels in New York City. Anthony has an unmatched ability to break down problems and find solutions that generate profits. In addition to being the host and lead in Travel Channel's Hotel Impossible, he also runs his own company, Argeo Hospitality, consulting on hotel projects for private owners and investors. Argeo Hospitality has the ability to create a plan, market and promote a company, and turn its staff into a well-oiled machine. Anthony served for 5 years as a protocol officer in the US Air Force. He currently resides in New York with his wife and 3 children.


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