Muir Hotel, inspired by the enduring spirit, culture, and character of Nova Scotia, has appointed Allan Federer as general manager. Federer brings a wealth of global experience, having served in key leadership roles at luxury properties for more than 35 years.
Most recently, Federer was general manager at the iconic 40-acre Grand Wailea, a Waldorf Astoria Resort in Maui, Hawaii. Prior to that, Federer was general manager for hotels operated by The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company in such locations as Moscow, Dubai, Ireland, Singapore, Istanbul, Montreal, and the United States.
Federer, originally from Canada, has returned home, bringing with him a dedication to delivering unparalleled guest experiences. This aligns with Muir’s commitment to providing a personalized, one-of-a-kind stay for each guest.
“I’m honoured and thrilled to join the Muir Hotel family as general manager,” said Federer. “Muir has a sterling reputation for delivering exceptional service and I’m eager to contribute to the legacy of excellence that the hotel is known for.”
As Muir’s new leader, Federer will play a pivotal role in elevating the guest experience and ensuring that Muir continues to be the preferred destination for those seeking an elevated hospitality experience that inspires a true sense of place.
Located in the centre of downtown Halifax, within the new Queen’s Marque district, Muir offers 109 rooms featuring bespoke, made-in-Canada furniture and original Nova Scotia art. Muir’s amenities include elevated, regional dining; an ultra-premium wellness centre with high-performance fitness equipment, vitality spa pool and halotherapy salt room; access to the Muir yacht and motorboat; and a significant regionally-curated art collection, including a private art gallery. Muir is a gracious host – a one-of-a-kind destination, and a true cultural beacon for Halifax and beyond.