NEW YORK––Arlo Hotels today announced the appointment of Jimmy Suh as the Chief Commercial Officer of the independent lifestyle hotel brand. Effective immediately, Suh will oversee all aspects related to brand marketing, sales, and revenue maximization with a specific goal of achieving the company’s commercial objectives and growth across all Arlo’s properties, including the brand’s latest opening of the Arlo Midtown in May. Suh will be responsible for developing programs, services, and products that increase the brand value proposition and its differentiation to the customer. The announcement was made by Oleg Pavlov, CEO of Quadrum Global and founder of Arlo Hotels.
“A hospitality veteran leading lifestyle hotel brands, Jimmy brings with him a breadth of knowledge and a brilliant track record in revenue management, e-commerce and distribution,” said Pavlov. “Having launched several start-up ventures in the past, his entrepreneurial spirit is also well known in the industry and sits perfectly with Arlo’s own forward-looking mentality. We are absolutely delighted that Jimmy will now bring this unique combination of qualities to a senior leadership position at Arlo, helping our young brand grow and innovate with particular focus on opportunities in the digital space and customer experience.”
Suh said, “I am excited to be joining Arlo hotels. I have been impressed by the company’s growth and their drive to offer a better hotel experience, setting the stage for the next generation of travelers. I look forward to contributing to Arlo’s success with exciting, innovative programs and product offerings.”
A leader in revenue management and distribution technology solutions for over two decades, Suh brings an innovative approach and considerable hotel experience to Arlo Hotels, having held senior roles at prominent independent hotel companies including Loews, Kimpton, and The Standard. While at The Standard, Suh created the One Night Standard app, a last-minute hotel booking app for a curated collection of lifestyle hotels that generated tremendous fanfare from both the competing hotel brands and travelers alike. In 2019, Suh founded One Night, Inc., a venture-backed hotel distribution company for independent hotels. The One Night app operates in 15 major cities with over 150 hotels on its platform.