Hotel management company Remington Hotels has promoted Chris Green from divisional president to president.
He joined Remington in April after the company acquired Chesapeake Hospitality, where he served as CEO. Green has 25 years of hospitality operations experience.
“Through the past eight months, [we] have been working to integrate the two firms and now that we are fully integrated, we believed as a company of 120-plus upper-upscale, first-class hotels around the nation—and to honor commitment to being the absolute best third-party manager, we needed to add this role to the organization,” Green told Hotel Business. “…It really is an effort to continue to lean into our third-party presence as a manager and operator.”
Sloan Dean, CEO, Remington, added, “In a world where many management companies focus solely on company growth and cost-savings, Chris and the Chesapeake team focused on its core values of honesty, integrity and humility early on, setting them apart from the pack. With combined resources and an aligned mission, our partnership has led to exciting results. Chris’ leadership ethos is integral to Remington, and his new role will lead to greater success in the new year. Talent always wins out, and Chris has the rare blend of inspirational leadership, entrepreneurial work ethic and high aptitude. There is a clear reason Chris was CEO at a young age for Chesapeake, and we’d be foolish not to elevate Chris.”
As president, Green will continue Remington’s legacy as a high-touch, high-results and high-trust management partner, the company reports.
“Sloan and I have always been in lock-step when it comes to culture and growth, so Remington has felt like home since I joined the team in April,” said Green. “This transition is a natural next step, and I’m honored to support this incredibly talented team.”
For more on Green’s promotion and what future holds for Remington, check out the January issue of Hotel Business.