Leading Ladies in Hospitality

Indulge in a Women's Day celebration of empowerment and inspiration with our tribute to leading ladies in hospitality.

As we just celebrated International Women's Day, it's the perfect moment to honor the remarkable women who have left an indelible mark on the hospitality industry. From visionary hoteliers to pioneering chefs, these leading ladies have not only shattered glass ceilings but have also enriched our travel experiences and culinary journeys. Join us in a Women's Day-themed tribute as we highlight the achievements, innovation, and resilience of these exceptional women who have redefined hospitality.

Stephanie Linnartz

This Women's Day, we salute Stephanie Linnartz, former President and CEO of Marriott International, for stepping into a leadership role with grace and resilience. In a field where female CEOs are still underrepresented, Linnartz's journey is a beacon of inspiration for aspiring women leaders in the hospitality industry.

Dominique Crenn

Dominique Crenn, the first female chef in the U.S. to hold three Michelin stars, embodies the essence of Women's Day. Her innovative approach to cooking and commitment to sustainability showcase the power of culinary creativity and social responsibility, inspiring women to make their mark in the kitchen and beyond.

Hélène Darroze

As we celebrate Women's Day, let's acknowledge Hélène Darroze's exceptional contribution to French gastronomy. Her international success and dedication to her craft exemplify the strength and resilience of women in the culinary world. Darroze encourages aspiring chefs to embrace their passion and embrace the challenges that come with pursuing excellence.

This International Women's Day, let's celebrate the achievements of these leading ladies in hospitality. As we honor their contributions, let's also reflect on the importance of empowering women in every aspect of the industry, from hotel management to the heart of the kitchen.


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