David Craig, general manager of C Lazy U Ranch, was honored with the Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association’s Hotelier of the Year Award
GRANBY, CO (Nov. 2, 2015) — C Lazy U Guest Ranch is proud to announce that its general manager, David Craig, has been chosen as this year’s Hotelier of the Year by the Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association (CHLA). The CHLA is a professional group dedicated to protecting and promoting the interests of the Colorado lodging industry. Every year the organization selects an individual to be recognized for their outstanding work in the local industry and their contribution to the efforts of CHLA.
“David works tirelessly to uphold our ‘5-Spur Service’ and make every aspect of every guest’s stay perfect.” The owners of C Lazy U said in agreement. “We couldn’t think of a better person to receive this award. He is a vital part of our team who understands and implements five-star hospitality standards while also preserving the 97 years of western hospitality we have here on the ranch.”
David has dedicated his professional life to the hospitality industry, working at several world-renowned hotels, resorts and membership clubs in Massachusetts and Colorado. He joined C Lazy U Guest Ranch as the general manager in 2013.
“I’ve spent over 25 years in this industry and worked all over Colorado,” David said. “C Lazy U really is something special and I’m proud that I can help make the Ranch an amazing experience for everyone who visits. It’s great to be named Hotelier of the Year and I’m honored to be chosen for this distinction.”
For more information about C Lazy U Guest Ranch, go to www.clazyu.com, or call (970) 887-3344.
Known for its “5-Spur Service,” C Lazy U Guest Ranch is Colorado’s premier luxury guest ranch getaway. Located just outside of Denver, C Lazy U features a collection of 43 rustically elegant cabin accommodations, fine dining, a full-service spa and 8,500 acres of adventure. Limitless family activities include horseback riding, a second-to-none children’s program, swimming, tennis, bicycling, hiking, fishing, hunting, yoga, a zip line and ropes course, trap shooting, archery, Snowcat excursions, sledding, snow tubing, ice hockey and skating on a Zamboni-groomed pond, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and more.