REGINA DELBONISVice President of Hotel Sales & MarketingRegina DelBonis is an accomplished Sales and Marketing Executive with extensive experience in revenue management in multiple markets, as well as in branded and independent full service, focus service and extended stay hotels. As Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Regina oversees Claremont Hotel’s Sales, Marketing, Public Relations, Revenue and Digital Strategies. Prior to joining Claremont Hotels, Regina served as the Regional Director of Sales & Marketing at TPG Hotels and Resorts and Vice President of Sales for Interstate Hotels and Resorts where she was responsible for all Sales, Marketing and Revenue for a portfolio of hotels as well as other priority projects. Regina provides knowledge of successful hotel openings, brand transitions and the ability to drive market share.
WILLIAM ROBINSONVice President of Hotel OperationsWilliam Robinson joined Claremont in August, 2018 and is responsible for the operational oversight and asset management of Claremont’s hotel portfolio. Prior to joining Claremont, Bill worked as a third-party asset manager through his company Robinson Asset Management Group, providing asset management and operational advisory services primarily to one client, Rockwood Capital. In addition to this engagement, Bill provided a wide-ranging variety of short-term consulting and asset management services to other investment organizations, including the LCP Group, Allbridge Investments, The Beal Companies, Brentwood Hotels, The Donohoe Companies, and Urbana Realty Advisors.
Prior to forming the Robinson Asset Management Group in mid-2007, Bill was an asset manager with an affiliate company of Olympus Real Estate Partners, a position he held from mid-2002 to 2007. From 2001 to 2002, Bill was an equity research analyst with Lehman Brothers, where he focused primarily on providing coverage of publicly traded companies in the hospitality sector. From 1995 to 2001, Bill was a member of Marriott International’s Development Planning and Feasibility department, where he participated in the underwriting of well over 100 development, acquisition, and conversion projects throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Bill received a BA in Economics from Hobart College and a MPS in Hotel Management from Cornell University. He is a member of the Hospitality Asset Managers Association and achieved the Certified Hotel Asset Manager designation in 2013.