RLH Corporation adds Paul Sacco as chief development officer

The Hotel RL in Salt Lake City

RLH Corporation made a new addition to its lodging development division in Paul Sacco, appointing him to chief development officer, upscale brands & corporate development.

In his new role, Sacco will be leading and directly overseeing the franchising efforts and corporate growth of the company’s upscale brands. Sacco will focus on driving further footprint advancement of the Hotel RL brand, as well as Red Lion Hotels, Red Lion Inn & Suites, Signature Inn, Lexington and Settle Inn. 

Sacco joins RLH Corporation from TPG Hotels & Resorts, where he was president & chief development officer for the past four years. He had been driving the company strategy and hotel portfolio growth via acquisitions, management contracts, mergers and new construction projects. Sacco also has senior development experience at Pyramid Hotel Group and Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide.  

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"RLH Corporation is committed to growing our franchising and corporate development efforts and we know Paul can help us meet our goals. Paul is a highly respected executive in the industry, has sat on various upscale brand advisory boards, and has a strong reputation for getting deals done. We are excited to have him help grow our company,” said Greg Mount, president & CEO RLH Corporation.

RLH Corporation is a hotel company focused on the franchising, management and ownership of upscale, midscale and economy hotels. The company focuses on maximizing return on invested capital for hotel owners across North America through relevant brands, technology and services.

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