Not only does Kimberley have in-depth knowledge and experience in event planning, catering and convention services, she comes to us from our sister property, Hyatt Regency Denver, so she understands the dynamics of the Mile High City."
Denver,CO (PRWEB) April 22, 2014
Mark Stiebeling, general manager, announces the appointment of Kimberley Hribar as Director of Catering/Convention Services of the Denver CO hotel Grand Hyatt Denver.
Hribar brings to her new position an extensive background in catering, meeting and event planning. For the last for three years, she was the Assistant Director of Catering at the 1,100 room Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center. Prior to that, she was in catering at both Grand Hyatt New York and Hyatt Regency Jersey City. Hribar began her career with Hyatt in 2003 as an administrative assistant at Hyatt Regency New Brunswick.
In her new position at Grand Hyatt Denver, Hribar oversees the catering and convention services of over 52,600 square feet of flexible meeting and event space including five large ballrooms as well as the renowned Pinnacle Club by Grand Hyatt. From the Pinnacle Club's lofty perch on the 38th floor of the adjoining office tower, the entire Rocky Mountain front range is clearly visible. Additionally, the hotel provides Personal Preference menus that allow guests a choice of entrees, a fully dedicated Kosher kitchen under the supervision of a Mashgiah, off-premise catering and more, among its long list of specialized services.
“It is a pleasure to have Kimberley join our Grand Hyatt Denver team,” commented Stiebeling. “Not only does she have in-depth knowledge and experience in event planning, catering and convention services, she comes to us from our sister property, Hyatt Regency Denver, so she understands the dynamics of Denver.”
A native of New Jersey, Hribar attended the University of Richmond in Virginia where she received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing and Economics. Kim is an outdoors enthusiast who enjoys cycling, running and hiking with her Labrador, Mia.
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 Denver Hotel 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 Denver 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 an 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. 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 more information on Grand Hyatt Denver visit GrandDenver.Hyatt.com. To contact the hotel’s catering department, call (303) 603-4050.