21 East 87th Street - Suite 9C
After his tenure as Executive Director of the Waldorf Astoria Towers from 1990-93 Wirth founded Teplica, Wirth & Trapp Ltd. in 1995 with Neil Teplica from Jones Lang Wootton and Count Gaudenz Trapp from Innsbruck, Austria. TWT Hospitality has been advising hotel owners on different aspects of hotel operations, ownership and development. In 1995 it purchased the 115 rooms Brazilian Court Hotel in Palm Beach. In 2002 Teplica joined the Greenwich Group and Count Trapp stayed in Austria. Wirth took over and he travels regularly to Europe, and is a co-founder of the Geneva company Hotels en Transition. TWT Hospitality has connections in most countries of the world through the Cornell and Lausanne hotelier network. Unique projects like a resort on a coffee plantation in Antigua Guatemala, and a small hamlet resort in Umbria are the specialty of TWT Hospitality. Sustainable tourism is a new interest for TWT and Wirth is looking to combine it with the many non-profit organisations advising developing countries on how to reduce poverty. Hotel and Restaurant education in the third world are a priority for TWT as well as small lodges in exciting new tourist destinations.
Property Scope: Portfolio includes 2 Properties, 50 Rooms