Sage Hotel Management names new president

Daniel del Olmo joins Sage Hospitality Group from The Passionality Group, a company he co-founded that has a focus on advising and investing in emerging hospitality brands. Photo credit: Sage Hospitality Group

Sage Hospitality Group named Daniel del Olmo president of its hotel management arm. In his new position, del Olmo will have comprehensive oversight of Sage Hotel Management’s hotel and restaurant operations and be tasked with creating and executing strategies that strengthen and grow the division.

“Daniel is an exemplary leader with a proven track record and expertise in leading hotel and restaurant operations to success,” Sage Hospitality Group President/CEO Walter Isenberg said in a statement. “He also demonstrates a passion for being on the pioneering edge of the hospitality industry, and I sincerely look forward to his contributions to our portfolio and our teams.”

Del Olmo joined Sage from The Passionality Group, a company he co-founded that has a focus on advising and investing in emerging hospitality brands. Before that, he served as CEO of SBE’s Disruptive Restaurant Group, where he led a portfolio of more than 140 owned, managed and licensed restaurant brands, lounges and nightclubs. Earlier in his career, Del Olmo spent 11 years with Wyndham Hotel Group, where he held multiple senior- and executive-level roles, including SVP and managing director for Latin America.

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“For years, I have admired Walter and the talented team at Sage Hospitality Group for the genuine dedication to the communities that Sage hotels and restaurants serve and for their innovative and highly relevant approach to lifestyle hospitality,” Del Olmo said in a statement. “I am both humbled and honored to join the team at such a critical juncture and am thrilled about the opportunity that lies ahead.”

Sage Hotel Management currently operates 53 hotels and 11,834 guestrooms.

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