Noble House appoints Sean Mullen to president, acquisitions

Noble House Hotels & Resorts, a collection of luxury hotels and resorts, promoted Sean Mullen to president, acquisitions, a role created to provide ongoing support and continuation for the brand’s growth. With more than 20 years of hospitality industry experience, Mullen’s new role will focus on expanding the company’s portfolio.

“As Noble House Hotels & Resorts continues to grow, with the recent acquisition of two hotels in Jackson Hole, Wyo., and upcoming acquisitions in Northern California, Florida and the North East, we sought to promote from within, and Sean was an obvious choice,” said Pat Colee, Noble House founder and chairman of the board. “He has helped lead the company to its current 18 properties, and his passion and dedication to our brand will only help us continue to meet and exceed goals.”

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Previously, Mullen was named chief sales and marketing officer at Noble House in 2011, responsible for overseeing a nationwide sales team of more than 45 employees. He oversaw strategic direction and implementation in marketing, catering, conference services, reservations sales and national sales. Prior to his role as chief sales and marketing officer, Mullen acted as the Noble House corporate director of sales and marketing, and before that spent three years in luxury development with IMI and The Cliffs. He began his career with Noble House in 2002 at LaPlaya Beach & Golf Resort in Naples, Fla., as the director of sales and marketing.

Sean Mullen attended Lafayette College in Easton, Penn., and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in economics/business with a minor in anthropology and sociology. He grew up in New Jersey and currently resides in Seattle, Wash., with his wife and four daughters.

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