• THE RAMBLE HOTEL ANNOUNCES GENERAL MANAGER

     
    POSTED December 4, 2017
     

Andrew Guerra has been announced as general manager of The Ramble Hotel, the establishment is proud to reveal. The Ramble Hotel is a 50 room, independently owned and operated hotel in Denver's RiNo neighborhood.

“We are excited to have Andrew join the team,” says Ryan Diggins, founder of The Ramble Hotel, and partner of Gravitas Development Group. “Andrew’s experience with highly esteemed hospitality brands alongside his proven ability to manage operations at both large resorts and smaller urban hotels, will prove invaluable to ensure systems run smoothly to deliver a top-notch guest experience.”

Guerra worked most recently as director at Montage Deer Valley in Park City, UT., as well as various positions at Sage Hospitality at locations like The Crawford Hotel and The Oxford Hotel in Denver.

“I have enjoyed returning to my Colorado roots, and am looking forward to opening The Ramble Hotel,” says Guerra. “I am confident much of the hospitality acumen I’ve gathered over the years, coupled with The Ramble’s distinct personality and approach to guest experience, will position it as one of the most sought-after hotels not only within the state, but in the U.S.”

Realize Colorado, a destination management company, recently announced that Tina Schwab has joined its staff as director of sales. In her new position, Schwab will be responsible for business development, working with local hotel owners and developing client relationships.  

 

Sage Hospitality, one of the top hotel investment and management companies in the U.S., has announced Sonny Kerstiens as the regional director of sales and marketing overseeing Colorado’s JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek and California’s Napa Valley Marriott Hotel & Spa.

 

Bruce Dalton celebrates one year as Visit Aurora’s President and CEO. Dalton has championed Aurora’s role in the local meetings and conventions market through fostering relationships with the newest property developments, meeting planners, and must-see visitor attractions.

“Since last April, we’ve made some significant changes in the right direction. To start, our team of four has grown to a team of 12 to support 60 hotel properties with more than 10,000 hotel rooms in Aurora and the surrounding Denver Metro,” said Dalton.