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General Hospitality Manager

posted April 9, 2018

Marion Manor Denver
Denver, CO
Come work for Denver's most exclusive luxury vacation home rental!
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About This Job

Come work for Denver's most exclusive luxury vacation home rental!  This management position is for someone who has the heart to help and serve others. This person must have a passion for guest service and be willing to do what it takes to give guests the experience of a lifetime.  

What you will be doing

Job duties include managing every aspect of this short-term rental from arranging concierge services such as personal chefs or in-home massage, handling guest booking and communication, arranging for check-ins, daily service during guest stays, and supervising vendors such as housekeeping and maintenance people.  The ideal candidate will have keen understanding of the luxury high-end market and its exacting hospitality standards. 

The ideal candidate for this position

Job skills needed:  excellent interpersonal and guest relation skills, self-motivation, good critical thinking skills, flexibility on hours (this is a full-time job, but hours will be unpredictable and vary from week to week), and excellent computer skills including the ability to maintain simple financial spreadsheets. Must be physically fit, able to climb stairs, lift a minimum of 5o lbs. 


Competitive benefits package including insurance and paid time off 


About This Employer

Marion Manor Denver

410 N Marion Street

Denver, CO 80218

Telephone (720) 666-3673

About Us

$5 million dollar luxury short-term vacation rental in the heart of Denver.  Year-round heated pool, hot tub and home gym. Minutes to Cherry Creek and downtown. Full concierge services. 

Our History

Steeped in history, this home was designated an historical landmark in 1997. This property has transferred owners only four times in 134 years dating back to the well-known Brown family who built the home starting in 1883.  History buffs are welcome to read old letters from the original owners and their descendants,  enjoy looking at early pictures of past residents and imagine you are one of Denver’s most successful turn-of-the-century bankers or socialites.