Stoltz appointed hotel manager at The Westin Maui Resort & Spa
KAANAPALI – The Westin Maui Resort & Spa recently announced the appointment of Tracy Stoltz as hotel manager. She reports directly to Tony Bruno, the general manager of the 759-room resort.
“Tracy possesses a wealth of leadership qualities that aligns well with her appointed role at The Westin Maui,” said Bruno. “With her extensive experience in hospitality, resort and property management, we look forward to surpassing service standard expectations, increasing guest loyalty, and inspiring resort management and associates in creating visionary experiences while achieving optimal financial gain.”
Her career as a hotel executive in the hospitality industry spans over two decades, with diverse expertise in management of boutique luxury properties in the Caribbean to large-scale resorts in Colorado and Hawaii.
Stoltz first ventured into the world of hospitality in 1993 by joining Vail Resorts and held multiple advancement roles, including national sales manager, front office manager, operations manager and general manager. Following her employment at Vail Resorts, her experience grew internationally as owner liaison for Point Grace located in Turks and Caicos Islands and general manager of Grand Isle Resort and Spa in Great Exuma, Bahamas.
Most recently, she has held management positions throughout the Hawaiian Islands and the hotel brands of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. and Starwood Vacation Ownership (now known as Vistana Signature Experiences), including director of rooms at both the Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort and Sheraton Waikiki Resort; director of operations at The Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas; and front office manager at Sheraton Maui Resort.
A strong advocate of giving back to the community, Stoltz is actively involved in various charitable efforts. She participates in HLTA’s annual Visitor Industry Charity Walk and American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. She has also been a member of HLTA’s Women In Lodging and Tourism networking program since 2014 and Starwood Hawaii’s Na Wahine Women in Leadership Council since 2015.