Meyer Jabara Hotels Names Guy Reinbold Corporate Director of F&B

Danbury, Conn. Leader in hotel food and beverage operations for more than 40 years, Meyer-Jbara Hotels has been creating unforgettable dining experiences for travelers and locals while boosting operating efficiencies in its 20 F&B outlets and 137,939 square feet of meeting and event space. The initiative is being led by Jay Reinbold, the company’s newly appointed Director of Food and Beverage, who also has 40 years of leadership experience in hotels and restaurants. In this role, Reinbold will focus on increasing revenue and incremental income for owners by maintaining cost controls, creating fresh food and beverage concepts based on market location, and sourcing high-quality products while complying with brand standards.

“An unforgettable restaurant that is about more than just food; It is an experience for the senses and a trip to a place other than where you are,” MJH President Justin Gebara said. Our restaurant operations begin with this story. We use creative solutions and data-driven strategies to propel many of the hotel restaurants in our portfolio to success, making them the most competitive asset in every market. Guy Reinbold is key to helping us define the direction, direction, and culture of our hotel’s f&b operations moving forward while introducing each location to a unique concept that drives a great guest experience and generates industry-leading returns. “

Prior to joining Mayer-Jabbara Hotels, Reinbold spent 22 years with Marriott International, serving as Vice President Food and Beverage and Executive Chef for the company. He was highly regarded for his ability to implement methods that improve service, quality and profitability while controlling the quality, presentation and quantities of food plated across all brands. He also served as Executive Chef for Renaissance Hotels and Resorts. Reinbold is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America.

“To be successful today, full-service hotels with restaurants and catering venues must create concepts that respect and reflect their location,” Reinbold said. “People expect convenient and recognizable menu items, but with torsion. What’s exciting to see is that our culinary teams are eager to build new experiences in the food and beverage space – and even help us attract new talent. It’s an exciting time to join Mayer-Jabbara Hotels as the new Director of Food and Beverage. I am proud to be part of this exceptional leadership team.”

For more information on Meyer Jbara Hotels, visit www.mjhotels.com. For media inquiries, call Barb Worcester of PRpro at (440) 930-5770 or email them at [email protected]sulting.com.

About Meyer Gebara Hotels

Headquartered in Danbury, Connecticut, Meyer Jabara Hotels is an award-winning hospitality company that owns, operates or leases hotels and restaurants in 11 states throughout the eastern part of the United States. The company was founded in 1977 as Motel Hotel Associates through the partnership of William Mayer, a specialist in real estate law, and Richard Jbara, a second-generation hotel owner. Their portfolio of hotels includes the Marriott, Hilton, Choice, Hyatt, Intercontinental and Wyndham brands, as well as several independent hotels. Corporate culture, referred to as ‘The Journey’, is considered by Mayer-Jabbara Hotels to be their strongest competitive advantage because it challenges and encourages each team to create special relationships, or heart connections, with key stakeholders: business partners, colleagues, clients. For more information on Meyerjabara Hotels, visit www.meyerjabarahotels.com.

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