Hotel Del Coronado Welcomes New Director of National Accounts

The Iconic Beachfront Resort Completes Sales Team With Arrival of Lauren Adams

USA, San Diego, California. September 24, 2018

Hotel del Coronado is pleased to announce the new hire of Lauren Adams as Director of National Accounts.

Adams will bring an unparalleled level of knowledge and enthusiasm to The Del with over a decade of hospitality, sales and management experience. In his new role as Director of National Accounts for the iconic San Diego hotel, he will oversee large groups in all markets for the property, as well as have a special focus on the luxury Beach Village product and sports clients.

Adams brings extensive experience in the hospitality industry to the position, most recently acting as Associate Director of Sales for Hyatt Regency La Jolla at the Aventine for over four years. During his time with the property, Adams led the sales team through its most profitable year, guiding his team members to achieve the hotel's highest group volume and average daily rate (2016). For these efforts, he received Hyatt's 2016 Elite Performers Award.

Prior to his time with Hyatt, Adams was a part of the National Account Coverage Team at Hotel Solamar, a Kimpton Hotel, as sales manager. Here he was awarded Kimpton's esteemed Top of the Top Line award in 2012 after his successful work with East Coast biotech, pharmaceutical, medical and manufacturing clients.

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Lauren Adams, Director of National Accounts
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About Hotel del Coronado

Media Contact:

Diana Robbins
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J Public Relations
T: 619-255-7069

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