Crestline Appoints Elizabeth Delens as GM for Baltimore Hotels


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Crestline Hotels & Resorts has appointed Elizabeth Delens as general manager for the Hilton Garden Inn and the Homewood Suites hotels in Baltimore, MD's Inner Harbor.

“Elizabeth's extensive management experience and knowledge of the Mid-Atlantic region is invaluable, and we look forward to her continued leadership," said James Carroll, chief operating officer of Crestline Hotels & Resorts. “She is a natural leader and has been extremely instrumental in helping to design and implement our company-wide sustainability program, EarthPact.”

Delens’ promotion is the latest appointment in her 10-year career with Crestline Hotels.

She joined the company in 2001 as food and beverage director for the Radisson Hotel Washington, D.C. Most recently she served as interim taskforce general manager for the Courtyard by Marriott & Residence Inn Hotels in Aberdeen, MD.

She has also held positions with Crestline as general manager for the Four Points by Sheraton Washington, D.C. Downtown, and the Sheraton Annapolis, as well as director of operations for the Holiday Inn on the Hill, Washington, D.C., and director of operations for the L'Enfant Plaza Hotel. 

Delens began her hospitality industry career 20 years ago at the Loews Annapolis Hotel and then opened the House of Blues Hotel, a Loews property in Chicago prior to joining Crestline.

Delens earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English literature from Towson State University. She is a member of Les Dames d'Escoffier and has received numerous industry accolades and awards.


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