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President and Chief Executive Officer

Broadmoor Hotel

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Broadmoor Hotel

1 Lake Avenue

Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906

United States

Company Description

The BROADMOOR is the longest consecutive winner of the Forbes Five Star and AAA Five Diamond awards for excellence. Situated at the gateway to the Colorado Rocky Mountains in Colorado Springs, the total resort encompasses 5,000 acres, with 800 rooms, suit ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

The City Committee

Texas Hotel Consultant

Source Strategies Inc.

President and Chief Executive Officer

HOTELS Magazine Independent Hotelier of the World 2010

Director of Convention Services

Opryland Hotel

Affiliations

Member of Real Estate Professionals
Stewart Title

Board of Governors Member
Colorado Springs Economic Development Corporation

Board Member
Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce

Board Member
COLORADO SPRINGS POLICE PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION INC

Board Member
American Hotel & Lodging Association

Board Member
Oklahoma Publishing Co.

Board Member
Ashworth Inc

Member
Colorado Association of Commerce & Industry

Education

Ohio University

University of Colorado

Parks System Master Plan

bachelor's degree

business

Youngstown State University

bachelor’s degree

business

Youngstown State University

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About The Committee « The City Committee of Colorado Springs

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The committee concept was inspired in late 2009 by Broadmoor Hotel CEO, Steve Bartolin, and further developed by local businessman Chuck Fowler.

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After watching the city struggle with declining tax revenues, citizens voting against tax increases, and the city making seemingly in-congruent decisions about what services to decrease or eliminate, Mr. Bartolin wrote a letter to Mayor Lionel Rivera outlining his concerns and possible solutions to some of the city's woes.


Our Team « The City Committee of Colorado Springs

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Steve Bartolin President/CEO Broadmoor Hotel


John Bartolin Broker ...

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John Bartolin Broker Associate 719-238-4878 jbartolin@broadmoor.com


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John Bartolin Broker Associate 719-238-4878 jbartolin@broadmoor.com


Steve Bartolin, longtime GM ...

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Steve Bartolin, longtime GM of The Broadmoor and chairman of the historic property since 2014, heads up the new company, which he describes as offering "strategic leadership" for both resorts.

"There are so many similarities between these properties; that's why we felt it made sense to unite them under one operating entity," Bartolin said.
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Bartolin said the new vision for the resorts is to maximize their similarities while retaining each property's independence. Both will retain their individual leadership, sales teams and other employees, but now the resorts can learn from each other and grow efficiencies.
"For example, our whole (Broadmoor) sales team is traveling to Sea Island tomorrow, and when we return (in a week), we're bringing the Sea Island team back with us," he said.
Those sales synergies will be where the resorts see the most benefit, he said, as the teams can now cross-sell the properties, which could appeal to groups that might shift their corporate meetings from location to location.
"We have a meeting that has come to us annually at the Broadmoor for many years, and they have a board meeting that they move around to different locations," he said.
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Bartolin was quick to point out that no matter what, both resorts will retain their independent spirits.
"We are fiercely independent, we will remain fiercely independent, and we believe strongly in the concept of independent hotels," he said.
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Bartolin wrote the guidelines for the Broadmoor trust to preserve that independence very specifically.
"In this case, you have century-long private ownership that takes stewardship to a whole new level in our industry," he said. "These hotels will always remain independent, never flagged. The quality guidelines are outlined; the capital investments are all there, in the bylaws."
That structure helps the company lead with a longer-term strategic vision, Bartolin said, which influences how resort management, from the owners to each resort's GM and team, make decisions.
"When we make decisions, we're looking at the next generation, not the next quarter," he said. "So many properties are pressured into making decisions that have impact in the near term. Our ownership structure gives us the certainty that we can make decisions for what's best for the long term."
To get there, Bartolin said both resorts are always improving themselves and will continue to do so, particularly when it comes to appealing to the experiential side of travel.
"One of the things that make The Broadmoor and Sea Island so unique are the array of offerings that go beyond the typical resort experiences," he said, citing the local immersive activities both resorts offer, like fishing camps, gun clubs, luxury camping and more. "You're not stuck in the boundaries of the resorts."
He said the staffs at both resorts are taking advantage of each other's expertise, even to the point where the chefs are exchanging recipes.
And while operational efficiencies will result from the new company, Bartolin said that above all, each resort's unique personality will never be compromised.
"These properties will always evolve, they'll always get better," he said.

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