Commonwealth Hotels Appoints Nathan Lipps as General Manager of The Courtyard Dayton Beavercreek

USA, Covington, Kentucky. April 05, 2021

Commonwealth Hotels announced the promotion of Nathan Lipps to the position of general manager of the Courtyard Dayton Beavercreek, a Marriott hotel. Mr. Lipps brings over 25 years of hospitality experience to his new role as general manager having previously served as the assistant general manager of the Courtyard Cincinnati Airport.

"We are excited to have Nathan on board at the Courtyard Dayton Beavercreek hotel," said Todd Smith, area director of operations for Commonwealth Hotels. "His extensive general manager experience and focus on revenue management will be key to the hotel's success."

Prior to joining Commonwealth Hotels in 2020, Lipps built his career at premier hotels including The Contemporary Resort at Walt Disney World, as well as hotels in Columbus, Orlando, Austin, and Cincinnati. Mr. Lipps holds a bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University.

Commonwealth Hotels is growing and looking for more dedicated hospitality positions both on and off-property. Interested applicants can apply by visiting the company Career page. Follow our Facebook and LinkedIn pages for more company updates, including new openings, awards and hires.

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