Bromley Will Return to D.C. as New Four Seasons GM


Mark Bromley, son of a former general manager of the Four Seasons Hotel in Georgetown, has been named the high-profile property’s new senior general manager, effective May 13. Bromley’s predecessor, David Bernand, recently moved to the Four Seasons in Las Colinas, Texas.

Bromley, a University of Michigan graduate who studied hotel administration at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, will be the first “legacy general manager” in the company’s history. He grew up in the D.C. metropolitan area while his father, Stan Bromley, a retired GM and regional vice president, ran the Four Seasons here.

In 2008, a year after Mark Bromley joined Four Seasons as assistant food and beverage director in Chicago, he became food and beverage director at the D.C. hotel, which marks Georgetown’s eastern gateway with its brick clock tower at 2800 Pennsylvania Ave. NW. In that role, he worked with restaurateur Michael Mina to open Bourbon Steak in 2009.

After managing Four Seasons resorts in Palm Beach, Costa Rica and Scottsdale, Bromley was promoted to GM of Four Seasons Scottsdale in 2016. Two years later, he became GM in Maui. He, his wife Katie and their three children, Nora, Georgia and Beau, will now be doing without palm trees for a while. Welcome back, Mark!

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