Scott Snofsky Named General Manager at Great Wolf Lodge Arizona
SCOTTSDALE – Great Wolf Resorts named Scott Snofsky as the General Manager of Great Wolf Lodge Arizona. Snofsky brings over a decade of experience managing hotels from Austin to Arizona, to his tenure at Great Wolf Lodge, having previously held roles at both Hotel Adeline – A Tribute Portfolio Hotel and L’Auberge de Sedona. In this role, Snofsky will oversee all operations of the family-friendly indoor water park resort located within the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community’s Talking Stick Entertainment District.
“We are pleased to have Scott join the pack and look forward to having his leadership in upholding Great Wolf Lodge Arizona’s renowned family hospitality and service,” David DiFalco, Regional Vice President of Operations for Great Wolf Resorts. “Scott’s background in hospitality throughout Arizona, his fresh perspective on guest experience, commitment to serve and support the pack, and keen community focus will help further elevate the joy families experience at the lodge.”
Snofsky began his career in the hospitality industry and has held his role as a General Manager at several hotels over the past decade such as Hyatt Place Austin Arboretum, Delta Hotels by Marriott Mesa, L’Auberge de Sedona, Hyatt Place & Hyatt House North Scottsdale and more. Prior to joining Great Wolf Lodge Arizona, Snofsky held a General Manager position at Hotel Adeline – A Tribute Portfolio Hotel where he oversaw renovation projects for the property, rebranded and rejuvenated hotel outlets, and increased overall revenue by 59%, including a 61.5% increase in food and beverages revenues. Snofsky previously spent 10 years with Evolution Hospitality, managing Homewood Suites Seattle Convention Center and receiving Evolution Hospitality awards for General Manager of the Year and Hotel of the Year as well as Revenue Management awards from Hilton Worldwide.
“I’m thrilled to be a pack leader and bring my love and knowledge of hospitality to a destination like Great Wolf Lodge Arizona, beloved by families across the Southwest,” said Snofsky.