Kim Corrigan joins Denver's Halcyon Hotel as GM

Denver's Halcyon Hotel. Photo credit: Halcyon Hotel

The Halcyon Hotel Cherry Creek in Denver appointed Kim Corrigan as GM of the 154-room hotel. Corrigan brings more than three decades of management experience in the hospitality industry to her new position.

“Kim’s passion and enthusiasm paired with her impressive background is the perfect combination for the continued success of the hotel,” John Arnett, SVP of the premier and lifestyle division of Sage Hospitality, said in a statement. “Her ambition and dedication will play an important role in ensuring Halcyon continues to exceed guests’ expectations, and we’re excited to welcome her to the team.”

As GM, Corrigan will be responsible for the overall operations, performance and strategic direction while bringing a new perspective to the hotel. Prior to joining Halcyon, Corrigan successfully transitioned the Conrad Chicago to a Starwood Luxury Collection hotel, relaunching the property as The Gwen. In this role as GM, she also spearheaded implementation of a new management company for the property in DiamondRock Hospitality. During her time at The Blackstone Renaissance Hotel in Chicago, she was recognized by the Illinois Hotel & Lodging Association as the 2014 Hotelier of the Year for the Greater Chicagoland Area. Other notable properties where Corrigan has held key leadership roles include The Curtis in Denver, Trump Taj Mahal, Merv Griffin’s Casino Hotel and Bally’s Grand Casino Hotel.

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Corrigan graduated with a bachelor of science degree in hotel administration from Cornell University, and also received her certified hotel administrator degree from the Educational Institute.

The 154-room Halcyon hotel is located in the upscale neighborhood of Cherry Creek North, near dining and shopping. Guests can borrow a bike for the day to cruise down the Cherry Creek Bike Path to local breweries, hop on a Vespa to head downtown, ski or snowboard easily with a call to the front desk or test out Halcyon’s own custom-made options. Near the Cherry Creek Shopping Center, Denver Country Club, Denver Tech Center and just minutes away from downtown Denver, Halcyon’s location provides access for business travelers and outdoor adventurers.

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