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Kokua Hospitality Appoints Sandra Morgenstern Director Of Revenue Management For The Inn Of Chicago
Sandra Morgenstern has been named Director of Revenue Management for the Inn of Chicago, located at 162 East Ohio Street. Morgenstern replaces Tina Ko, who was promoted to the larger sister property, DoubleTree by Hilton Chicago Magnificent Mile.
The Inn of Chicago, a 359-room boutique hotel, is located in the heart of Chicago just steps off the Magnificent Mile at 162 East Ohio Street. Prior to joining this hotel’s team, Morgenstern served as the director of revenue management at the Embassy Suites Chicago-Downtown.
“Sandra’s experience and professionalism is a great addition to our revenue management team,” says Birgit Radin, managing director for the DoubleTree by Hilton and the Inn of Chicago.
Morgenstern has developed her keen knowledge of revenue management in similar roles with the Homewood Suites in Chicago and both Hotel Orrington and Hilton Garden Inn of Evanston, IL. She currently resides on the North Side of Chicago with her two children.
Reservations can be made online at www.innofchicago.com or by calling (312) 787-3100.
About The Inn of Chicago, an Ascend Collection
The 359-room boutique, originally opened in 1928, features the blend of classic 1920s style with contemporary elegance. That combined with its key Magnificent Mile location makes this hotel an excellent destination for business or leisure travelers alike. The hotel’s renovation, introduces nine redesigned Sky Suites and refurbished outdoor Skyline Terrace. The project also introduced a glamorous new lobby and InnBar, the addition of 1,100 square feet of meeting space including an executive boardroom, the establishment of 58 new executive guest rooms, and reappointed deluxe guest rooms.
About Kokua Hospitality, LLC
Kokua Hospitality is a property management firm affiliated with Chartres Lodging Group, LLC, of San Francisco. Purposely created by lodging management and operational experts as a management company with an investors’ sensibility, Kokua Hospitality blends the attention to detail of a customer service entity with the rigors of a real estate investment concern. The name (pronounced “koh-kooh-