News for the Hospitality Executive
The Magnolia Hotel in Downtown Denver Names
Sarah Louise Holtze to Hotel Manager
Feb. 16, 2010 (DENVER)—The Magnolia Hotel in downtown Denver has named Sarah Louise Holtze to the position of Hotel Manager. Holtze is responsible for overseeing all sales and operations aspects of the 246-room boutique hotel.
“I am excited to serve as Hotel Manager of The Magnolia,” said Holtze. “It’s truly a privilege to be able to represent one of the first and finest boutique hotel properties in downtown Denver and to lead a world-class team.”
Previously, Holtze served as Director of Business Travel for Magnolia Hotels, handling the corporate accounts for the Magnolia properties in Denver, Dallas, Houston and Omaha. Prior to joining Magnolia Hotels, Holtze worked for the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills, Calif., serving as Sales Manager. Holtze holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Denver’s Daniels School of Business, where she graduated summa cum laude.
The Magnolia Hotel Denver opened in 1995, offering 246 guestrooms and suites. The Magnolia Hotel’s fantastic location is close to the 16th Street pedestrian mall, fine dining, shopping, nightlife and sports and entertainment venues. Nearly half of the guestrooms are suites—many with their own fireplaces. In 2007, the hotel underwent an extensive renovation, giving it a fresh, modern look. With its contemporary décor and unique design, the Magnolia is the perfect combination of city-chic and classic elegance.
The Magnolia hotels are upscale boutique hotels catering to the sophisticated traveler, operated by Denver-based Magnolia Hotels, a privately held hotel management and development company. The company focuses on development, management, acquisition, re-branding, new construction and conversion of existing independent hotel properties. The core product line consists of award-winning, independent boutique hotels that offer a comfort, personality and style unlike that of trendy or branded hotels. Stylish interiors are designed with local flair. Comfort is fashioned through warm personal spaces such as signature Club rooms and restful suites. The company currently operates Magnolia hotels in Denver, Dallas, Houston and Omaha and is exploring other markets for additional growth opportunities. Magnolia Hotels also is actively seeking to acquire new hotel management contracts. For more information, visit www.magnoliahotels.com.
Dana Berry, Public Relations
|Also See:||The 246 room Magnolia Hotel Denver Completes $7 million Renovation; Adds Complimentary Buffet Breakfast and Evening Happy Hour / July 2008|
|Denver Hotelier Steve Holtze is Planting the Seeds of a New Hotel Chain; Creates Business Boutique Hotels in Wilted Downtown Office Buildings / July 2001|