Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Appoints Tomiko Burroughs as New Director of Sales and Marketing

USA, Baltimore, Maryland. January 09, 2020

Sagamore Pendry Baltimoretoday announced the appointment of Tomiko Burroughs as director of sales and marketing. In this role, Burroughs will oversee all sales and marketing efforts for the 128-room luxury hotel situated in the city's vibrant waterfront community of Fell's Point overlooking the Inner Harbor.

"We are excited to welcome Tomiko to the Pendry family," said Juan Webster, General Manager of Sagamore Pendry Baltimore. "Tomiko's expertise in the Mid-Atlantic market and passion for the hospitality industry will make her an integral addition to the team. I'm confident her wealth of knowledge will help us grow this property and continue to deliver an excellent guest experience," he added.

Boasting a 15-year career in the hospitality industry, Burroughs brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to Sagamore Pendry Baltimore. Her previous experience includes roles at Kimpton Hotels, TravelClick and Expedia Inc. Throughout her career, Burroughs has also helmed local and regional sales and marketing teams for Savoy Suites & Carlyle Suites Hotel; Fairmont Hotel, and The Hilton Arlington Hotel & Renaissance Hotel, all in Washington DC; as well as the O'Callaghan Hotel in Annapolis, Maryland.

A symbol of Baltimore's historic past, reimagined for its future, Sagamore Pendry Baltimore fuses sophistication from a bygone era with impeccable service and new luxury, creating one of the region's most storied properties. Perched on Recreation Pier in the center of the vibrant waterfront Fell's Point neighborhood, the hotel features interiors by Patrick Sutton Design with a creative vision rooted in its historic significance and signature Charm City allure. The hotel combines an unspoken list of non-negotiables: simple luxury, clean design, well-crafted restaurant experiences, vibrant bars and that perfect balance of polished comfort and modern edge. Guests will find all the amenities, offerings and exclusive programming today's traveler seeks, accompanied by the city's most inspired new dining, developed in collaboration with acclaimed Chef Andrew Carmellini and NoHo Hospitality Group.

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