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A Company of Hospitalitarians
An Environment to Thrive
We know that the hospitality business, like life, is how you make people feel. That’s where you come in.
Nearly 40 years ago our founder Bruce White had a vision to create the best hospitality company in the country. From the first franchised Marriott hotel to two of the largest JW Marriott hotels, a world-renowned luxury ranch collection and dozens of award-winning restaurant destinations, Bruce’s focus on excellence has never wavered. We’re still family owned, growing, and passionate about creating industry-leading hospitality leaders. And that's where you come in.
Hospitalitarians bring the virtue of hospitality to life. Someone who, in their DNA, feels good by making other people feel good. Everything we do is aimed to create the GRIT, the HEART and the SKILLS to build a company of hospitalitarians.
Find Your Best Self
Our teams operate more than 50 Marriott, Hilton and Hyatt hotels across major urban markets including Austin, Denver, Charlotte, Chicago, Indianapolis, Knoxville, Nashville, Louisville, San Antonio and more coveted markets.
Where will you thrive?
Supporting Our Communities
Giving back is a pillar of the White Family and White Lodging, and since our founding in 1985, we have supported a wide range of local organizations and invested in legacy-building projects that support sustainable economic and social wellbeing. Over the past five years the White Family, together with their family foundations, have invested or pledged more than $100 million in the local community.
THE PLAZA SAN ANTONIO HOTEL & SPA NAMES GENERAL MANAGER AND DIRECTOR OF SALES AND MARKETING
The team brings nearly 50 years of combined luxury experience to the new hotel
CHAMPIONS AUSTIN REOPENS – NEW LOOK, NEW MENU, NEW CULINARY TEAM
Closed in 2020 During the Pandemic, Takes Opportunity to Enhance Guest Experience
White Family Foundation commits $50 million to new Daniels School of Business at Purdue University
The Dean and Barbara White Family Foundation has committed $50 million to Purdue University to help launch the university’s reimagined School of Business and name its undergraduate institute, which will be named the Bruce White Undergraduate Institute.