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Hotel Monaco names a new general manager

Randy Elmore brings decades of experience


Hotel Monaco Denver, downtown Denver’s most unique and sophisticated hotel, has named Randy Elmore its general manager. Elmore has more than 23 years of experience in the hospitality industry and more than nine years of service within Kimpton Hotels. Bringing to bear his experience in both hospitality sales and operations, Elmore will oversee Hotel Monaco Denver’s daily operations including managing revenue, ensuring staff efficiency and maintaining guest satisfaction.

Elmore comes to Hotel Monaco Denver from Kimpton’s Hotel Lumen in Dallas, where he served as Director of Sales & Marketing and General Manager since 2003. As the Director of Sales & Marketing, Elmore maximized the market share and led Kimpton Hotels in RevPAR index with an average 151 percent since 2011. As General Manager he oversaw the Sales & Catering team, maximized weekly revenue strategies, and grew GOP by 68 percent between 2013-2014. Hotel Lumen consistently made the Kimpton top five hotels in Market Metrix while Elmore was on staff.

Prior to his role with Hotel Lumen, Elmore held positions in the hospitality industry with titles ranging from Reservations Manager, Front Office Manager, Sr. Sales Manager, Director of Sales & Marketing, General Manager and Area General Manager at a variety of different hotel companies.


Hotel Monaco Denver is Denver’s most unique and sophisticated hotel, located in the heart of downtown Denver and within walking distance of Larimer Square, 16th Street Mall, Colorado Convention Center and Denver's top sporting complexes, as well as dining and nightlife. A full-service boutique hotel, Hotel Monaco Denver offers a myriad of personal touches such as bold décor with a hint of surprise, a pet-friendly environment, hosted evening wine hour, unique honor bar options and a goldfish for every guest room upon request. A bold, vibrant and seductive destination, Hotel Monaco Denver is ideal for business and leisure travelers alike.To learn more, visit www.monaco-denver.com, www.facebook.com/monaco.denver or call 1-800-990-1303.


San Francisco-based Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants is a leading collection of boutique hotels and restaurants and the acknowledged industry pioneer that first introduced the boutique hotel concept to the United States.  Kimpton is consistently ranked as one of the top companies in the Market Metrix Hospitality Index, Upper Upscale Segment, for Customer Satisfaction. The company is highly-regarded for its innovative employee culture and benefits and has been named a FORTUNE magazine “Best Place to Work” six times since 2009. Kimpton is continuously growing and currently operates over 60 hotels and 70 plus restaurants, bars and lounges in 30 U.S. cities.In January 2015, Kimpton was welcomed into the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) family of hotel brands, bringing together two special cultures and sets of values to create the world's largest boutique hotel business.For more information, visit www.KimptonHotels.com.

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