Marriott names area GM for western luxury resorts

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The St. Regis Aspen Resort's GM Heather Steenge-Hart now will oversee four additional hotels in the West. Photo credit: Marriott International
Heather Steenge-Hart. Photo credit:
Marriott International

Marriott International promoted Heather Steenge-Hart, the GM at The St. Regis Aspen Resort in Colorado, to area general manager for the company’s western luxury mountain resorts. In her new role, she now also will manage The Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch in Avon, Colo.; the Ritz-Carlton Lake Tahoe in Truckee, Calif.; the St. Regis Deer Valley in Park City, Utah; and the upcoming W Aspen in Colorado.

A more than 20-year veteran of the hospitality industry, Steenge-Hart has worked as GM for The St. Regis Aspen Resort since 2012. While there, the property has achieved its highest average daily rate; revenue per available room; gross operating profit; earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization; and food-and-beverage margin.

"We are thrilled to have such a talented leader on our team. Heather brings exceptional luxury insights and expertise in managing premier properties in several of the world’s top mountain destinations,” Liam Doyle, area VP, luxury, western region, said in a statement. “Heather has been instrumental this past year, assisting ownership and Marriott’s development, design and brand teams for the preopening of W Aspen, slated to open its doors summer 2019 and we look forward to watching her continued success.”

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