Robbins takes COO role at 21c Museum Hotels

George Sell By George Sell
30 August 2018 | Updated 30 August 2018

US: 21c Museum Hotels has appointed Sarah Robbins to the position of chief operating officer.

A founding partner of 21c Museum Hotels, Robbins has been with the company since 2005, having previously served as chief hospitality officer. In her new role, she will be responsible for overseeing all hotel operations, in addition to food and beverage operations and human resources.

"Sarah has been a key member of our team since before we opened 21c and Proof on Main in 2006," said 21c Museum Hotels president and CEO Craig Greenberg. "For over a decade, Sarah has provided strong leadership and generated successful results. She is a natural leader with a genuine desire to extend gracious hospitality to her teammates and our guests. I'm very excited about Sarah's enhanced leadership position with 21c, and I know she will excel at creating opportunities and solving challenges for our company, guests and teammates."

Robbins began her career working for Myriad Restaurant Group at the Tribeca Grill in New York City, where she served in a variety of management positions. Robbins eventually left New York to return to her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky while staying on with Myriad. She continued her role as a project director and lead trainer for opening teams consulting with Noble Hospitality, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Destination Hotels and Interstate Hotels & Resorts, amongst others. Robbins was a part of the team that opened Proof on Main, ultimately accepting a permanent role with 21c in 2006.

21c Museum Hotels founders Steve Wilson and Laura Lee Brown recently sold a majority stake in the company to AccorHotels.

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