Mark Stiebeling Named General Manager of Grand Hyatt Denver, a Downtown Denver Hotel

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Mark Stiebeling is appointed General Manager of Grand Hyatt Denver. Located in the heart of downtown Denver's business and financial district, one short block from the 16th Street Mall, this Denver Colorado hotel has just completed a $28 million renovation.

Mark Stiebeling appointed General Manger of downtown Denver hote, Grand Hyatt Denver

Mark Stiebeling, General Manager--Grand Hyatt Denver

Marc Ellin, Hyatt Hotels and Resorts Senior Vice President of Operations, the Americas, announces the appointment of Mark Stiebeling as General Manager of the newly renovated Grand Hyatt Denver, a downtown Denver Colorado hotel.

Prior to coming to the Mile High City, Stiebeling was the general manager of Park Hyatt Aviara Resort in Carslbad, California for two years. He has served as general manager for over fourteen years collectively at Hyatt premier properties that also include Park Hyatt San Francisco, Park Hyatt Washington D.C. and, more recently, Grand Hyatt and Hyatt at Olive 8 in Seattle. Stiebeling began his career with Hyatt in 1992 as Director of Sales and Marketing for Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Gainey Ranch.

An Ohio native, Stiebeling attended Miami University of Ohio.

About Grand Hyatt Denver
Grand Hyatt Denver, ideally located one block from the 16th Street Mall, a pedestrian promenade, and in the heart of downtown Denver’s business and financial district, just completed a $28 million renovation. Its unique lobby now features lineal stacked fireplaces set in chiseled stone on a 29-foot high wall, a focal point for arriving guests. Grand Hyatt Denver is walking distance to some of the Mile High City’s best attractions and provides 516 spacious, newly redesigned accommodations. Each boasts high-speed internet access, well-lit work stations, furnishings designed for comfort and the Hyatt Grand Bed. Grand Hyatt Denver offers one of downtown Denver’s only rooftop jogging tracks and tennis courts, a complement to its indoor pool that adjoins a 24-hour health club, all of which are free to Hyatt guests. Pub 17 on Welton Street, a Sunset Magazine Editors’ Pick, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and features “Happy Hour” daily along with over 50 Colorado craft beers. In-room dining is available around the clock. Included in Grand Hyatt Denver’s over 52,600 square feet of flexible Denver meeting and event space are five large ballrooms and fourteen Denver meeting rooms as well as the renowned Pinnacle Club by Grand Hyatt. From its lofty perch on the 38th floor of the adjoining office tower, the entire Rocky Mountain front range is clearly visible through floor to ceiling windows. This year, among its recognitions, Grand Hyatt Denver is the recipient of Successful Meetings Magazine’s Pinnacle Award and both Travelocity and Trip Advisor’s Certificates of Excellence.

For additional information on Grand Hyatt Denver, visit the hotel's website at For reservations, call toll-free (800) 233-1234.

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