25 Hotel Management Companies to Know in 2020

The U.S. economy as a whole has changed drastically since the beginning of March, when LODGING started putting together its annual Guide to Management Companies. COVID-19 has majorly disrupted the hotel industry, leading to closed properties and millions of unemployed hospitality workers. When the industry rebounds, hoteliers will be looking to adjust to a new normal, and partnering with the right management company could help some hoteliers find the quickest path to recovery.

A note from the editor: Most of the materials for this guide were collected prior to the U.S. COVID-19 crisis.

The following list is in alphabetical order. 


Sightline Hospitality

The Axiom Hotel in San Francisco
The Axiom Hotel in San Francisco

The independent hotel management company Kokua Hospitality joined forces with experiential travel company Filament Hospitality to create Sightline Hospitality. Sightline brings together people, places, and possibilities to redefine hotel management. Whether big-box branded, soft branded, or independent, Sightline believes in soulful stays.

Rooms Managed 2,750
Properties Managed 21
Third-Party Rooms 2,750
Third-Party Properties 21
Revenue $145 million
Contact Kirk Pederson — kpederson@sightlinehotels.com
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