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Ken Boyles Named New General Manager at St. Paul’s Morrissey Hotel

By M+E Staff

After 30 years in the hospitality industry, former St. Paul bellman, Ken Boyles, has obtained a leadership position in St. Paul. Starting December of 2014, Boyles left his general manager position at the Minneapolis Hilton location and will return to the hotel where he started his experience in 1982 as a concierge and bellman. Boyles’ duties will include overseeing the employees, in addition to the hotel’s service to guests each year. 

“Everyone at MHC and The Saint Paul Hotel is thrilled to welcome Ken Boyles as the new general manager,” says Bill Morrissey, president and owner of MHC, which manages The Saint Paul Hotel. “Ken is well-known throughout the hospitality industry for his intelligent leadership and his passionate dedication to customer service, and he truly understands The Saint Paul Hotel’s unique legacy and culture. He is the perfect person for this job.”

Boyles also has maintained leadership positions in other Bloomington locations including the Embassy Suites Minneapolis St. Paul Airport, the Doubletree, Radisson Hotel South and Plaza Tower and the Hotel Sofitel, in addition to the Colorado Resort and Development Corporation.

Built in 1910, the St. Paul Hotel is a member of the Historic Hotels of America and Preferred Hotels of America. It also has previously received awards including Conde Nast’s Gold List award and Four Diamond rating from AAA for 31 consecutive years.