MONTREAL — Raymond St-Pierre, vice-president of Operations at Atlific Hotels, will retire effective June 17, 2022, after 25 years of service.
“I cannot put into words the positive impact that Raymond has had over three decades at Atlific,” says Robert Chartrand, CEO, Atlific Hotels. “His skillful leadership, business acumen and dedication to our company through phases of growth and challenges like the COVID-19 pandemic helped us ensure Atlific’s position as a trusted partner in this industry. His contributions to our company and to the industry at large cannot be overstated. We will miss him terribly but wish him the very best as he embarks on a well-deserved retirement.”
Prior to joining Atlific in 1997, St Pierre, was general manager of Montreal’s renowned Chateau Champlain. During this time, he led the transition of the property as it re-branded to Marriott. He was named Hotelier of the Year by the Quebec Hotel Association and was elected president of the Montreal Hotel Association in 1998, the same year he was appointed VP, Operations for Atlific Hotels. In 2010, he once again proved his effectiveness when he took on the additional role of general manager for Le Westin Montreal, on the site of the re-imagined former Montreal Gazette building. Throughout his tenure, St-Pierre oversaw operation of numerous hotels in the Atlific portfolio as an integral and trusted member of Atlific’s leadership team.