Hotels, restaurants & resorts look to outdoor furniture to offer the best experience for guests by following the latest trends to keep spaces fresh and to keep guests coming back again and again.
Cape Soleil includes a variety of styles, finishes and materials. Designed to stand alone or paired together, Cape Soleil is designed to mix and match for an eclectic designer look that’s beautifully cohesive and inviting.
Comfortable outdoor furniture with minimal maintenance, light weight material known for its strength, weather and rust resistant equals long-term durability and UV resistant contract fabrics from Sunbrella™ protect against fading and stand up to rigorous use in commercial environments.
Contract quality fabric selections from the industry's leading textile brands beautifully married with durable powder coated finish options provide the perfect combination of design and function that stands up to the rigorous requirements of hospitality applications while delighting the discerning eye of hotel designers.
Gregory Kokorda, Director of Furniture Fixtures and Equipment (FF&E) is based in Boston. With more than 20 years of experience in the hospitality market, Greg is responsible for driving business in FF&E with Exertis Almo product lines such as Midea, Magic Chef, Crossover and others. Prior to Exertis Almo, he served as president of OS&E, Inc. a hospitality reseller.
Greg’s extensive experience in the hospitality industry selling to ownership groups, management companies and a variety of hotel brands provides Exertis Almo with valuable insight that enables us to expand our hospitality-focused portfolio, influencing key decision makers at the brand level and driving business back to our reseller partners. Outside of work, Greg is a long-time horse enthusiast, member of Boston Polo Club and enjoys sharing the equestrian experience with friends. He has taken the club’s motto of “Learn – Compete” to heart and has applied this to business truly understanding the hospitality market from design and construction, model room phases through implementation.