Salish Lodge & Spa has named Scott Guthrie as its new general manager.

Salish Lodge & Spa has named Scott Guthrie as its new general manager.

Salish Lodge & Spa has named Scott Guthrie as its new general manager.

Guthrie has served as hotel manager at Salish since 2014, overseeing the food and beverage, rooms and spa divisions. In his new role, he will direct and manage daily operations of the lodge as well as leading the sales team.

Previously, Guthrie served in senior management roles at the Mandarin Oriental, New York, the InterContinental New York Barclay Hotel and was an instrumental part of the opening team at the Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, in 2009. He began his career at the Four Seasons Olympic Hotel in Seattle.

“Scott has been an integral part of the Salish team for the past three years and we are thrilled to see him grow within the Columbia Hospitality family,” said John Oppenheimer, CEO of Columbia Hospitality.

Guthrie lives in Issaquah with his wife and enjoys camping and watching reruns of “Twin Peaks” in his spare time. He is a graduate of Western Washington University in Bellingham.

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