After his graduation with honours in Tourism Business at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Roberto obtained in 2009 his Master’s Degree in International Hotel Management, the joint venture program of IEDE Business School (Spain) and Les Roches (Switzerland). His experience includes management positions at international hotel brands such as Melia, InterContinental and Starwood Hotels in properties located in Spain and California, USA.
Prior to joining TRI, Roberto has undertaken a range of consultancy projects focused on the development of detailed feasibility studies, financial analysis, strategic plans, and the search for new concepts throughout Europe, Russia & CIS and Latin America.
At present he collaborates with his management school as a Project Director to provide guidance in consulting research, to oversee the writing process, and to ensure that the students produce a high-quality final project for their Masters qualification.
Notable TRI projects
- A detailed appraisal of Stratford and the market for hotel accommodation in East London, assessing the market opportunity for a proposed hotel development in Stratford City.
- An assessment of the market opportunities and threats for the potential development of a British hotel group in 16 selected UK city hotel markets.
- An exhaustive assessment of a three-star property in North London and the market and financial opportunity for the hotel to be redeveloped and re-positioned into a four-star hotel.
- A short letter report with commentary on the major regeneration projects and market performance of hotels in Stratford and the surrounding area.
- A top-level review of a British hotel portfolio.
- A detailed appraisal of the market for hotel accommodation in Hatfield and wider market of relevance, assessing the market opportunity for a proposed re-development of a four-star hotel.
- A comprehensive assessment of the market and financial feasibility of a proposed limited-service hotel in Glasgow.
- A detailed assessment of the extent of the impact arising from the loss of a comprehensive four-star hotel from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea market.