Mr. Menekse

Mustafa Menekse

Area Director of Sales

Sage Hospitality

Mustafa Menekse serves as Sage Hospitality’s Area Director of Sales overseeing three independent downtown Denver hotels - The Crawford Hotel, The Oxford Hotel, Denver’s award-winning historic boutique hotel, and The Maven Hotel.

All three hotels are located in Denver’s booming Lower Downtown district. The luxurious 112-room Crawford Hotel opened inside the renovated Denver Union Station in 2014. As Denver’s most historic hotel, the award-winning boutique Oxford Hotel is currently upgrading its 80 guest rooms. The Maven is a vibrant new hotel concept that just opened this spring featuring 172 modern guest rooms.

Mr. Menekse previously served as the Area Director of Sales & Marketing overseeing four other Sage Hospitality hotels in Denver – the Courtyard Denver Downtown, the Residence Inn Denver City Center, the SpringHill Suites Denver Downtown at MSU Denver and the TownePlace Suites Denver Downtown.

Originally from Turkey, Mr. Menekse worked in Information Technology after graduating from college. He moved to the United States in 2003 and began his hospitality career at the Little America Hotel & Resort in Cheyenne, Wyoming, becoming the Director of Sales & Catering in 2010. Mr. Menekse joined Sage Hospitality in 2014 as the Director of Sales & Marketing at the Holiday Inn Denver East – Stapleton.

Mr. Menekse also serves on the Board of Directors and Marketing Committee for Environmental Learning for Kids, a Denver non-profit that strives to inspire urban youth through science education and outdoor experiences.

Please visit http://www.sagehospitality.com for more information.

Mr. Menekse can be contacted at 303-628-5446 or mustafa.menekse@sagehospitality.com

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Hotel Spa: Measuring the Results
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