Edgewood Tahoe Welcomes New Director of Hotel Operations, Brian Coughlin

USA, Tahoe, Nevada. September 01, 2020

The iconic Edgewood Tahoe announces the addition of Brian Coughlin as Director of Hotel operations. In this role, Coughlin will oversee day-to-day operations of the 154-room luxury property, managing front office, guest services, transportation, housekeeping and spa.

"We are so pleased to have Brian Coughlin as part of our Edgewood Tahoe team," said Edgewood Tahoe General Manager Corinna Osborne. "We have quickly seen how his leadership is improving our departments, accelerating operational efficiency and enhancing guest satisfaction," she said.

Coughlin brings a worldly perspective to his role at Edgewood Tahoe, having lived in South Africa, Ghana, Mozambique and Switzerland. He also brings more than 25 years of hotel industry experience to the property, most recently as opening hotel general manager at Live! Casino & Hotel in Hanover, Maryland. He has also held previous roles at Caneel Bay Resort in the U.S. Virgin Islands; The St. Regis Houston and The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia.

He brings extensive knowledge in hotel openings and renovations, as well as expertise in integrating new technology and improving management systems for added synergy and efficiency. Since joining the team, Coughlin has been responsible for enhancing guest services by introducing the property to a new concierge platform, as well as playing a pivotal role in Edgewood's transition to Opera property management system.

For more information about Edgewood Tahoe, please visit https://edgewoodtahoe.com/.


Brian Coughlin, Edgewood Tahoe Director of Hotel Operations
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