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Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Names Mark Robertson New Director of Sales and Marketing

by | Jul 25, 2018

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore, the latest Pendry Hotels property that embodies Baltimore’s rich history, vibrant personality and idyllic harbor setting with character, inspiration and style, is proud to announce the appointment of Mark Robertson as director of sales and marketing.

Robertson will bring a wealth of hospitality knowledge and expertise to the 128-room luxury hotel and will be responsible for overseeing Sagamore Pendry Baltimore’s marketing, sales and catering teams, as well as assisting in growing existing accounts and generating new business. His tremendous background in catering, sales and marketing encompasses previous roles in event management at Compass Group in London; as well as in sales and marketing with esteemed members of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, including Delmar Greenwich Harbor, and Virtuoso hotels—a collection of some of the world’s best luxury and boutique hotels; elegant spas and world-class resorts.

Throughout his career, Robertson has also helmed local and regional sales and marketing teams for Triumph Hotels and Kimpton Hotels. Robertson is a graduate of Bournemouth University in Dorset, United Kingdom, and brings a bespoke sense of hospitality to the Sagamore Pendry family.

A symbol of Baltimore’s historic past, reimagined for its future, Sagamore Pendry Baltimore fuses sophistication from a bygone era with impeccable service and modern luxury, creating one of the region’s most storied properties. Perched on Recreation Pier in the center of the vibrant waterfront Fell’s Point neighborhood, the hotel features interiors by Patrick Sutton Design with a creative vision rooted in its historic significance and signature Charm City allure.

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