Midas Hospitality adds VP of sales, revenue management

Linda Eigelberger will drive revenue across all of Midas Hospitality’s managed hotel properties, including the Holiday Inn Poplar Bluff, Mo. Photo credit: IHG
Linda Eigelberger. Photo credit:
Midas Hospitality

Hotel development, management and investment firm Midas Hospitality added Linda Eigelberger to the company's leadership team as VP of sales and revenue management. In this position, she will drive revenue across all managed hotel properties by guiding the team with long-term planning, day-to-day sales operations leadership, and talent development.

Eigelberger previously worked for InterContinental Hotels Group for more than two decades in various business and leadership roles. Her career highlights include directing the entire sales, marketing and revenue management performance for the Crowne Plaza brand. Before this position, she handled all of sales skill building and revenue retention efforts for the IHG organization’s brands throughout the country.

“Linda possesses an excellent track record in the industry, and she brings tremendous value to our company in terms of expertise and insight,” David Robert, Midas Hospitality’s CEO and co-founder, said in a statement. “We look forward to her leadership in creating a competitive, enjoyable and successful sales culture for all existing and future properties in the Midas Hospitality family.” 

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Founded in 2006, Midas Hospitality specializes in the development, management and investment of hotel properties across the U.S. The firm focuses on select-service and extended-stay experiences for global brands including Hilton, Marriott and IHG. Midas is based in Maryland Heights, Mo.

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