Geraldine Moment appointed area director of revenue for the Hotel Contessa

The Hotel Contessa in San Antonio. Photo credit: Benchmark

Benchmark, a global hospitality company, named Geraldine Moment area director of revenue for Benchmark’s Hotel Contessa, located in San Antonio, and the company’s new Doug Pitcock ’49 Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center, scheduled to open this month in College Station, Texas.

Geraldine Moment. Photo credit:

“It is such a pleasure to congratulate Geraldine on her promotion,” Ted Davis, chief sales and marketing officer, said in a statement. “She has been and continues to be a tremendous contributor to Benchmark’s revenue management team, and intimately understands our company’s 'Be The Difference' service philosophy, which is at the core of how we approach guests and fellow employees.”

Moment previously was Benchmark’s director of revenue for the Ames Boston Hotel, a member of the Curio Collection by Hilton in the historic center of Boston. She has served in the same role for Hotel Contessa, and prior to joining Benchmark, for Lakeway Resort and Spa in Austin, Texas.


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Moment earned her bachelor of science degree from the University of Houston, Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management. She received her certificate in front office operations for the Singapore Hotel Training and Education Center located in Singapore. Moment will operate out of Benchmark’s offices in San Antonio.

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