Dan Green joined the Inn at Lost Creek five years ago with a fresh take on the hospitality business model for Telluride Ski & Golf and has recently been promoted to Innkeeper overseeing all hotel operations.
In Arizona, where he lived for many years, he owned a successful construction business in Sedona. He and his family finally decided it was time to get out of the heat so they moved to their favorite ski town, Telluride. He moved his business over to the San Juan Mountains and began building houses in the mountains instead of the desert. Green loved Telluride so much; he has made it home here for 14 years now.
With a background in business, he started working for the ski resort in 2011 in the facilities of Inn at Lost Creek as an engineer. Then after interviewing for the position as Innkeeper, he was excited for the new challenge in hospitality.
“My goal for the Inn and for the entire Telluride Ski & Golf Resort is to focus on the guest experience,” Green said, “I’d like the Inn to earn more mentions in high-rated publications like Forbes and continue to earn four-star ratings.” Green is proud of the excellent Expedia rankings that the Inn at Lost Creek has received since he took over as Innkeeper.
For short-term goals specifically for the Inn at Lost Creek, Green wants to upgrade room quality to keep the furniture and rooms up-to-date. With so much experience in the business, his fresh outlook on hospitality is exciting for the Inn at Lost Creek at Telluride Ski & Golf.
Join us in welcoming the new Innkeeper of Inn at Lost Creek at Telluride Ski Resort, Dan Green. To learn more about the Inn at Lost Creek visit their website.