New General Manager Raoul Henriquez Brings National and International Experience to The Inn at Stratford Hall

Media Contact: Jim Schepmoes



For Immediate Release            

STRATFORD, VA, (May 13, 2015) – Raoul Henriquez has been named the new General Manager of the Inn at Stratford Hall. Henriquez has over 30 years experience in hospitality management, nearly all of it devoted to developing and leading upscale luxury hotels and resorts, including historic properties. His experience in the United States has been with properties in New York, Philadelphia, Northern Michigan and Miami. His international experience includes managing and developing resorts in Madrid, Warsaw, Sharm el Sheikh, Belize, Tenerife and Mallorca, Spain.

“We are very fortunate to have Raoul, with his national and international lodging and dining experience, take the helm at The Inn at Stratford Hall,” said Paul Reber, Stratford Hall’s Executive Director. “His extensive knowledge of sales, marketing, food, beverage, and room operations will allow The Inn at Stratford Hall to reach its full potential.”

Henriquez has a B.A. degree in Accounting and Marketing from the University of Delaware and a B.S. degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management from Widener University in Pennsylvania. His former employers include the Four Seasons, Adams Mark, Cunard, Ciga Hotels, XL Hotels and Crowne Plaza.

“I am very excited at taking on this new opportunity, said Henriquz. “Stratford Hall has long been a shinning jewel of the Northern Neck. I look forward to The Inn at Stratford Hall giving the jewel its sparkle.”

The Inn at Stratford Hall consists of Stratford’s lodging, dining and meeting facilities. It has twenty-one well-appointed guest rooms, eighteen individual log cabins, a dining room that seats 100-plus, as well as several meeting rooms for corporate functions. It is the perfect setting for weddings and family reunions.

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About Stratford Hall

Stratford Hall is one of the great houses of American history. Its magnificent setting on a high bluff above the Potomac River and its bold architectural style set it apart from any other colonial house, but its highest distinction is the family of patriots who lived there, the Lees of Virginia. Stratford Hall is the birthplace of Robert E. Lee and the home to the only two brothers to sign the Declaration of Independence, Richard Henry Lee and Francis Lightfoot Lee.

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