Unprecedented growth and a thriving culture of innovation are the
reasons behind Hotel Engine’s expansion to a new headquarters this week.
With over 10,000 new members joining the hotel booking platform each
month, Hotel Engine needed more space for its team’s substantial growth.
Hotel Engine hired 21 new team members in the first quarter — and plans
to add 75 more by the end of 2019. When the expanding team settles into
the new Hotel Engine headquarters — equipped with collaboration areas,
open floor plan, local beers on tap, and an expansive view of the Rocky
Mountains — it will provide more space for the company’s continuing
“Hotel Engine has grown more than 300% year-over-year. While that’s
already significant, we see real opportunity to dwarf those numbers as
we continue to innovate and expand our team,” says Elia Wallen, CEO at
Hotel Engine. “We also know our success is built by the skill and
passion of our exceptional staff. It’s important we provide a great
workspace and a culture worthy of their hard work.”
Denver is officially approaching major “tech hub” status, and Hotel
Engine knows it. This 2018
Denver Chamber of Commerce Start-Up of the Year was founded in
Denver and continues to deepen its roots in the area by growing its
local team and fostering innovation in the community.
Hotel Engine team members are encouraged to look beyond their job
description — the company wants its team members to continually pursue
personal and professional growth opportunities, speak up with their
ideas, and make an impact on the business as a whole. Combine that with
the massive market opportunity Hotel Engine has before it, and it’s easy
to see why the company is continuously growing.
About Hotel Engine
Launched in 2015, Hotel Engine® is a high-growth,
Denver-based startup that is innovating the business travel industry
with a free, private hotel booking and management platform. With over
200,000 properties globally, Hotel Engine offers an average of 26% off
publicly available hotel rates for business and government travelers.