The Royal Family - Dennis Schieffler
Years of Service: 18 Years, 1 Month
For nearly two decades, Dennis has been part of the team charged with making the very important first impression of the Windsor Court Hotel, the guest arrival team. Starting his career, Dennis was a car hiker and, due to his success and dedication, was promoted to the position of bellperson. By using his magnanimous personality and experience within the department, Dennis provides and outstanding customer experience.
As a bellperson and a team member of the guest services department, Dennis is amongst a team who is held to the highest of standards. Whether providing a warm welcome or a fond farewell, the guest services department employees strive to ensure to leave a lasting Windsor Court Hotel impression with every one of our beloved guests. This position is particularly fitting for Dennis as he takes great pride in the work that he does and this is evident in the guest feedback that we receive.
When not working, Dennis likes to spend time with family, meet new friends and attends live concerts.
Coming back to my Windsor Court Family on November 1, 2005 is my favorite moment. After being closed for two months after Hurricane Katrina, the hurricane that devastated most of the city in late August, the Windsor Court Hotel officially reopened. The hotel served as a beacon of hope for New Orleans, its employees and its guests. Everyone awaited normalcy after the hurricane and I am proud to have been a part of that change. The Windsor Court Hotel remains a stalwart New Orleans symbol to this day.