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Ben Kulak Named General Manager of the Residence Inn Denver City Center Hotel

The Downtown Denver All-Suite Hotel Announces New Leadership

DENVER, Jan. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Residence Inn Denver City Center is excited to announce Ben Kulak as General Manager of the newly renovated all-suite downtown hotel, Denver's smart choice for work or play.  Kulak joined the Residence Inn and Sage Hospitality, one of the top hotel management and investment companies in the U.S., on January 2nd.

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"Ben is a highly experienced manager who will continue to drive our team at the Residence Inn to produce results and build relationships in the Denver market," said Robert Butler, Senior Vice President Operations, Select Service Hotels for Sage Hospitality.  "He'll continue our strong commitment to guest services which keeps this hotel in the top percentile of hotels in Denver on TripAdvisor, they treat their guests like family."

Kulak comes to Colorado from California where he acted as general manager at the Embassy Suites in Temecula, Lompoc and other locations.  During his leadership at these hotels he achieved Most Improved Overall Service, Accommodations and Loyalty from the Embassy Suites brand.

The Residence Inn Denver City Center is an all-suite hotel located in the heart of downtown Denver perfect for work or play. The hotel is walking distance from the Colorado Convention Center, Coors Field and the 16th Street Free Mall Ride.  Hot breakfast is served daily and the hotel hosts a welcoming happy hour Monday through Thursday, which includes beer, wine and a light dinner. 

To learn more about the Residence Inn Denver City Center hotel and to book a newly redesigned suite visit www.marriott.com/denrd.

About Residence Inn Denver City Center

The Residence Inn Denver City Center all-suite hotel is the smart choice for work or play, perfectly located in downtown Denver.  Each of the hotel's 228 spacious suites features a fully equipped kitchen, separate living area, flexible workspace and luxury bedding.  The pet-friendly hotel provides extended stay rates for business travelers, including complimentary Wi-Fi, newspapers, hot breakfast and happy hours.  The 24-hour on-site fitness center, grocery shopping service and outdoor patio offer the convenience of home for families and weekenders alike.  Steps away from Denver landmarks like the Colorado Convention Center, The Denver Center for Performing Arts, Coors Field, Denver Art Museum, Denver Mint, LoDo, Larimer Square and only one block away from the Free Mall Ride on the 16th Street Mall.  Meeting space is available for small to mid-size groups.  To learn more about the Residence Inn Denver City Center visit www.marriott.com/denrd.

Media Contact: Kate Davis, Sage Hospitality, 303-595-7259, [email protected]

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