Denver's Jacquard hotel taps Jason Dorfman as GM

The Jacquard

The Jacquard, a hotel slated to open early 2018 within Denver’s Cherry Creek North neighborhood, appointed Jason Dorfman as GM of the property. Dorfman will lead the new Autograph Collection hotel, which is owned and operated by Denver-based Stonebridge Companies, upon its opening.

Jason Dorfman

Dorfman holds a B.S. in business administration from The Fritz Knoebel School of Hospitality Management at the University of Denver. Over the years he has worked at other hotels in Colorado and beyond, and he returns to Colorado after most recently serving as GM of the DoubleTree by Hilton San Francisco Airport North where he was awarded Stonebridge Companies’ highest honor, the president’s award for GM of the Year.

Dorfman spent more than half of his career with Stonebridge Companies, beginning as a revenue manager in 2006. While holding this position he was nominated as "outstanding revenue manager of the year" by Marriott International. Beyond the awards he has garnered, Jason has been responsible for leading various hotels he has managed to increased guest satisfaction scores, market share growth and overall property success.

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“I am thrilled to come home to Denver as the opening general manager of The Jacquard,” Dorfman said in a release. “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.”

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