The Hotel Group promotes Lee to SVP of real estate

The Hotel Group has appointed Robert E. Lee to SVP of real estate. In this role, Lee is responsible for leading the company’s real estate and business development teams as well as future hotel renovations and capital projects.

Lee has been a member of The Hotel Group since 1990, and has more 20 years of hospitality and leadership experience. He previously served as VP of The Hotel Group since 2004 after serving in various operations, accounting and development roles within the company. In the past 10 years, Lee opened 15 properties and managed more than $65 million in major renovation projects. His leadership duties included overseeing owned hotel renovations and new construction projects, managing client communications and conducting feasibility analysis for future THG developments.

Prior to joining The Hotel Group, Lee worked in customer service, accounting and hotel development.

“Rob has demonstrated a great amount of success in hotel renovation, construction management and strategic planning for The Hotel Group,” said Doug Dreher, president and CEO of The Hotel Group. “We recognize and value his exemplary leadership and proven expertise as the company continues to thrive and expand.”

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The Hotel Group currently manages and/or owns 30 properties in 10 states, representing 11 brands.

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