St Julien Hotel & Spa Appoints Eric Daviau as Director of Revenue Management

Daviau Joins Boulder's Locally Owned Four-Star, Four-Diamond Hotel

USA, Boulder, Colorado. June 28, 2018

St Julien Hotel & Spa announces the appointment of Eric Daviau as director of revenue management. Daviau brings more than 15 years of experience in revenue management and hospitality to the award-winning, 201-room St Julien Hotel & Spa.

"I am pleased to join the team of professional at St Julien Hotel & Spa," said Daviau. "As an alumnus of the University of Colorado at Boulder, I'm looking forward to not only returning to my college hometown, but to working with one of Boulder's - and the nation's - most respected hotels."

Prior to joining the St Julien team, Daviau was the regional director of revenue management for Denver-based Sage Hospitality. In this position, Daviau managed revenue for more than 350 guestrooms across three boutique properties, and opened two of the properties for which he implemented new revenue management technology and systems. Daviau worked with Sage Hospitality for eight years, during which he also held the director of revenue management and corporate director of revenue management titles. During this time, he was also granted the Marriott Reporting Rock Star Award for its Western Division. Prior to his career with Sage, Daviau held revenue management positions with Starwood Corporation, Tishman Hotels, Inc. and Lodgian Hotels, Inc.

"It is my pleasure to welcome Eric to our team," said Bob Trotter, general manager of St Julien Hotel & Spa. "His expertise in the field speaks for itself, and I'm confident he will prove to be a great addition to our hotel."

Daviau holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He is an avid traveler, having visited more than 15 countries, a craft beer enthusiast and home brewer. Daviau and his wife are the proud parents of a four year old son.


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