• General Manager Appointed at Jacquard Hotel

     
    POSTED July 19, 2017
     

In early 2018, the Jacquard, part of the Autograph Collection will open with Jason Dorfman as its general manager in Denver. In the Cherry Creek North neighborhood, the hotel will be owned and operated by Stonebridge Companies, which is also based in Denver.

Dorfman earned a B.S. in Business Administration from The Fritz Knoebel School of Hospitality Management at the University of Denver, before the start of his career at other hotels in Colorado. Dorfman has worked with Stonebridge Companies previously, with his first position with Stonebridge Companies as a revenue manager in 2006. His position as revenue manager won him the title Revenue Manager of the Year by Marriott International. However, his most recent position was as general manager of the DoubleTree by Hilton San Francisco Airport North. During which he won The President’s Award for General Year of the Year awarded by Stonebridge Companies. Throughout his entire career, he has been credited with increasing property success, market share growth, and guest satisfaction scores as well.

“I am thrilled to come home to Denver as the opening general manager of The Jacquard,” said Dorfman. “It has been such a pleasure to be part of the Stonebridge Companies family over the years, and I look forward to providing our valued guests with a luxurious and bespoke experience when The Jacquard officially opens doors.”

When the Jacquard opens in early 2018, the staff promises to operate under the brand promise of Haute Happiness, which satisfies guests with custom-fit, elegant experiences. To find more information about The Jacquard, visit TheJacquard.com, or follow @TheJacquard on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

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