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Hollywood Trend ReportTRENDING NOW: HOTEL HOSPITALITY COMPANIES – November/December 2014 Issue

For hotels wanting a new look and a new feel, many are now turning to the premier hospitality and hotel management company Sader Hospitality Worldwide, which helps luxury resorts to assisted living facilities and international hotels become the best they can be. Based here in Los Angeles, some of their leading hotel management and consulting services are due diligence, asset management and operations, renovation, repositioning, and hotel turnaround. Their team has a wide range of specialized skills that meet the needs of a global market. They can turnaround any asset in any market. Services beyond the hospitality Industry. They also are lenders and investors, CPA's and offer litigation support, and architects. They increase clients' asset value through maximizing efficiency and ROI. They’re based here in L.A but work around the world.

Economía Para TodosRestaurador de Negocios – February 22, 2007

Metido en la industria de la hotelería y la hospitalidad desde su niñez en Beirut, Ghassan Sader se ha convertido en una especie de gurú en el negocio de transformar hoteles que no producían ganancias en operaciones rentables.  Analiza aprovechar el boom turístico y venir a la Argentina.

Hotel F&BNew Life for Aging Hotels – March/April 2006 Issue

Ghassan J. Sader was brought in to revitalize the 296-room Historic Mayfair Hotel Los Angeles in October 2004—a former Best Western that had deteriorated over nearly a decade of mismanagement.  After a $40 million renovation, the hotel—built in 1927—is slowly beginning to mirror the days when movie stars like Mary Pickford and the Barrymores were regulars.

Hotel F&BBuffet Bonanza­ – January/February 2006 Issue

Quality, Consistency, Service – Running a buffet that’s both popular and profitable is almost a science for Ghassan J. Sader, president of Hospitality Asset Services, LLC, who specializes in revitalizing flagging hotels and restaurants.  Since taking over management in late 2004 of the Mayfair Hotel, a Los Angeles landmark built in the 1920s, the luncheon buffet in the 225-seat Orchid Gardens Restaurant has gone from “the same ten to fifteen guests” to an average of 150 customers a day.