The Radcliffe Moab Appoints Colton Call as General Manager

USA, Moab, Utah. June 29, 2022

Radcliffe Moab, the first basecamp hotel of its kind located in the heart of downtown Moab, announces Colton Call as General Manager. Call will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Radcliffe hotel and on property restaurant, Il Posto Rosso.

Call brings a vast experience in outdoor adventure and hospitality to the Radcliffe providing customized service and accommodations for travelers visiting Arches, Canyonlands National Park, and other area attractions.

"Colton is uniquely qualified to oversee Radcliffe Moab operations based on his extensive hospitality experience and in-depth local knowledge of Moab. We are thrilled to have him onboard leading the hotel team and are certain his role will ensure Radcliffe guests will enjoy the ultimate Moab hotel experience," says Rob Radcliffe, Founding Principal, Radcliffe Ventures Group.

Prior to joining the Radcliffe, Call served as the General Manager at one of America's premier glamping companies, Under Canvas Moab. During his five-year run as General Manager, the property was awarded Top 15 Resort Hotels in the West' by Travel + Leisure in 2020 as well as two ‘Top 20 Resorts in the U.S. - Pacific Northwest and West' by Conde Naste Traveler.

Born in Salt Lake City, as a Utah native Call brings his sense of community and abundance of local expertise to the Radcliffe team and hotel guests. With Call's unique hands-on hospitality experience and adventurous spirit, guests are provided with the best advice and knowledge to navigate the stunning red rock landscapes of Moab and its national and state parks.

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