Mereté Hotel Management appoints new VP of operations

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Burlington (Wash.) is one of 16 hotels managed by Mereté Hotel Management. Photo credit: Marriott International

Mereté Hotel Management, previously InnSight Hotel Management Group, named Terry Goldman VP of operations. Goldman will oversee the operation of the 16 hotels the company manages, as well as the two projects it currently has in development in Bend, Ore.

Goldman holds more than 25 years of experience in hospitality, including six with Mereté from when he worked as GM of the SpringHill Suites by Marriott in Hillsboro, Ore. Most recently, he worked with PM Hotel Group as the “chief enthusiast” for the newly opened Canopy Portland Pearl District in Oregon. Before that, Goldman worked as hotel manager and then GM of the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Portland.

“The Mereté team is excited to welcome Terry back to the fold,” Richard Boyles, president of Mereté Hotel Management, said in a statement. “His depth of experience, positive outlook and unmatched ability to motivate associates will make him a tremendous asset to the organization as we continue to grow in new markets throughout the Northwest.”

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