Sage Hospitality announced the internal promotion of Jan Lucas as Regional Vice President of the Select Service Division. In this role, Lucas will oversee 15-20 hotels nationwide, driving operational excellence while supporting Sage's aggressive growth strategy which includes its division of Select Service hotels.
Lucas has been with Sage Hospitality for 11 years, most recently serving as the general manager of the JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek in Colorado. Other positions with Sage include divisional vice president of the Premier & Lifestyle division and general manager of the Residence Inn Denver City Center and Courtyard Denver Downtown. She also has more than 15 years of experience working directly for Marriott International.
"Jan drives results wherever she goes and we're excited to have her back at the Sage Global Office," said Robert Butler, Senior Vice President, Select Service Division for Sage. "As our division continues to grow we need more leaders with a passion for building relationships and the business intelligence to help our hotels succeed."
Sage's Select Service Division recently added a portfolio of hotels in North Carolina, New Jersey and New York bringing their total number of managed hotels to 39, with one hotel on the way. The SpringHill Suites Downtown Oceanside hotel is under construction and will open in February in California.
Founded in 1984, Sage Hospitality has strategically grown into one of the largest privately held hotel management, investment and development companies in the nation operating a variety of large, full-service hotels and extended stay and select-service properties. Sage Hospitality's comprehensive management portfolio includes major international brands for Marriott, Starwood, Hilton and IHG as well as the independent boutique hotels. Sage Hospitality has further differentiated with the creation of the Sage Restaurant Group, which has created and is managing over nine unique restaurant concepts including the acclaimed Mercat a la Planxa restaurant in Chicago.
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