2016 Industry Leaders: Paul Schultz

By Sponsored Content, December 16, 2016

Paul Schultz Industry LeadersPaul Schultz
Vice President of Hospitality, Landry’s, Inc.
Galveston, Texas

Raised in Atlanta, Schultz attended Georgia State University and Michigan State University. His career in the hospitality industry began when he worked as a bellman while attending college. Schultz joined The San Luis Resort, Spa & Conference Center in 1992 as director of operations. He worked his way up and currently serves as vice president of hospitality for Landry’s, Inc., a multinational, diversified restaurant, hospitality, gaming and entertainment company based in Houston.

Career Accomplishments
Under Schultz’s leadership, The San Luis Resort has been the recipient of the AAA Four Diamond award since 1999. A highlight of his career has been the development of a vision and culture for the hotel division of Landry’s that focuses on high service standards and fulfilling the dreams and goals of hotel guests as well as fellow associates.

Rave Review
“Paul is a proven hospitality leader. Under his guidance, The San Luis Resort has become an award-winning luxury hotel destination in the Galveston market,” says Mike Pistone, general manager of Hilton Galveston Island Resort.

My dream event to attend is… a presidential inauguration or papal Mass.

409-744-1500
sanluisresort.com
@thesanluisgalv

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