Luxury Brand Nobel Hotel & Resorts Announces Three New Directors

HandshakeNoble House Hotels & Resorts, a collection of luxury resorts with 16 properties across the United States, announces the addition of three new directors of national accounts; Michelle Coombs, Jennifer Long, and Karen Strgacich.  The team’s objective is to provide valuable support and customer satisfaction as the company expands their group business sector to meet growing demands.

Jennifer Long comes to Noble from a sales position at the California luxury resort Cavallo Point Lodge.  Michelle Coombs brings 15 years of hospitality experience as the previous manager of a Noble House Hotel, and Karen Strgacich most recently spent three years as the director of sales for Hyatt The Pike, in Long Beach, California.  All three new hires will report to the new Noble House Hotels & Resorts national sales office in Los Angeles.
 
“As we continue to grow the brand throughout North America, we're excited to enhance our experienced sales team, integrating all the accounts and aiding in upcoming developments in places like

New York, Washington D.C., Chicago and San Francisco,” says Sean Mullen, the company’s chief sales and marketing officer.

The existing national sales team is led by Elizabeth Grillos, regional director of sales and marketing.  

For more information visit www.noblehousehotels.com.

 

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