Benchmark names VP of revenue management

Priya Chandnani will oversee revenue management for Benchmark, a hotel management company whose portfolio includes La Cantera Resort & Spa in San Antonio. Photo credit: Benchmark(Photo credit Benchmark)
Priya Chandnani. Photo credit: Benchmark

Benchmark appointed Priya Chandnani VP of revenue management. Chandnani has more than a decade of experience in hospitality revenue management, most recently as VP of revenue management and distribution for Trump Hotels.

Before working for Trump Hotels, Chandnani spent a little over six years with Wyndham Hotel Group. While she worked there, she served as cluster director, area director of revenue management for Dolce Hotels & Resorts and director of revenue management. Before joining Wyndham, she also worked as a director of revenue management with PM Hotel Group and a revenue analyst with Waldorf Astoria New York.

“It is with extreme pleasure that I welcome Priya to our company,” Greg Champion, president/COO of Benchmark, said in a statement. “She brings extraordinary revenue management credentials as well as a proven track record to her new position with us. We look forward to her leadership in this important business function within our organization.”

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