Chef Harry Mills joins QHM collective of hospitality experts

May 22, 2023

Q Hospitality Management is incredibly honored to welcome Chef Harold Mills to our collective of hospitality experts!

His culinary consulting services are now available via QHM.

For additional information, reach out to us directly or visit Chef Mills @

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SEATTLE (July 5, 2018) – Q Hospitality Management, a Seattle-based hospitality management company offering consulting and operational support to unique and distinctive independent hotels and restaurants, announces it has secured, under its management brand The Q Hotel Group, the management contract for the iconic Captain Whidbey on Whidbey Island, Wash.


Press Release

Captain Whidbey
By |2020-04-24T15:54:01-06:00August 20th, 2018|Press + Articles|0 Comments

QHM speaks at 2014 Tacoma Regional CVB Tourism Matters Meeting

Tacoma, WA, Thursday March 13th 2014 – We were honored to partner with the Tacoma Regional CVB for their 2014 Tourism Matters Meeting, held at the McGavick Conference Center near Tacoma. Q Hospitality Management brought guest speaker Ken Batali to address guests at the Front Line Training Session, Quentin Incao, CEO of Hospitality Management spoke during the main event on service preparations for the 2015 Chamber Bay US Open.

See the slide show below from Quentin’s 5 minutes of fame on stage.

By |2020-04-24T15:54:01-06:00March 14th, 2014|Press + Articles|0 Comments


Q Hospitality Management has successfully placed these ENERGY STAR qualified HeronLED® Personal Task Lights that are made in the USA from recycled e-waste in all 120 rooms at Hotel 1000.

HeronLED® Personal Task Light




Paula Maxfield




ENERGY STAR qualified HeronLED desk lamps are made in the USA from recycled e-waste


SANTA CRUZ,  APRIL 22, 2013 – LittleFootprint® Lighting, a pioneer of sustainably designed LED task lighting products made in the USA from recycled e-waste, announced today the installation of its HeronLED® Personal Task Lights in all 120 guest rooms in Seattle’s Hotel 1000. Known for its hi-tech, eco-friendly rooms and on Condé Nast Traveler’s Gold List 2013, Hotel 1000 purchased the desk lamps to provide better lighting for guests while reducing energy costs and demonstrating its commitment to sustainability and green jobs in the US.

“Improving sustainability credentials and reducing energy costs are very important goals throughout the hospitality industry, so we’ve always believed hotels would be an important market for us”, said Nancy Wahl-Scheurich, CEO of LittleFootprint Lighting. “We’re also aware, however, that hotels won’t invest in a light just because it’s “green”; it has to look good and provide really good light.  One of the key reasons Hotel 1000 chose the HeronLED was to respond to guest suggestions that lighting of the desk area be improved.  The HeronLED’s brightness and easy adjustment to get light where the user wants it get the job done”.

The HeronLED Personal Task Light is the first made-in-USA LED desk lamp to earn the ENERGY STAR and is the only one to be made from recycled computers and other electronics (e-waste). “We were very happy to find such a unique desk lamp for our guest rooms”, said Denny Fitzpatrick, General Manager of Hotel 1000.  “Customer feedback let us know we needed to improve lighting, and we believe our guests will appreciate that we’ve done it with a desk lamp that not only saves energy, but also reduces landfill and is made in the USA.”


About LittleFootprint Lighting

Founded by LEED AP Nancy Wahl-Scheurich and headquartered in Santa Cruz, California, LittleFootprint® Lighting is a manufacturer of sustainable LED task lighting products that are made in the USA from recycled materials. Designed for hotels, commercial buildings and home offices, LittleFootprint Lighting’s products deliver the right amount of light where it’s needed, saving energy and helping to reduce eye strain. LittleFootprint Lighting’s products are distributed to the hospitality industry by Pineapple Hospitality.


About Hotel 1000

Located at the corner of First and Madison in the heart of downtown Seattle, Hotel 1000 is a world-class luxury hotel that offers distinctive amenities, sophisticated accommodations and anticipative service to provide guests with a truly customized experience. Hotel 1000 features 120 luxury guest rooms, BOKA RESTAURANT + BAR, Spaahh, The Golf Club and is steps away from the waterfront along Elliott Bay.  It is conveniently centered between Pike Place Market, Seattle Art Museum, the business district and lively and historic Pioneer Square. Hotel 1000 is committed to maintaining a leadership position in Seattle for environmental management of the property’s waste stream by continually researching new options, products, and methods that enhance this objective. For more information, please visit

About Pineapple Hospitality

Headquartered in Saint Charles, Missouri, Pineapple Hospitality™ brings fresh ideas to hospitality guests’ doors and owner/operators’ bottom lines — including FreshStay® (, EcoRooms & EcoSuites( Environmentally Sensitive Amenities™, TOMMY BAHAMA Amenities, Eco.Fresh, ecossential elements, and greenSPA™ amenities, AVIVA and WAVE dispensers, Energy Efficient Lighting and Controls, Custom Linen & Towel Re- Use Programs, Green Earth Key Cards, Energy Management Systems and Controls, High Performance shower heads, Zero Odor, and dozens of other products and programs. For more information, please visit  or call 636-922-2285.


The HeronLED Personal Task Light is represented in the PNW by:


Q Hospitality Management

Quentin Incao


By |2020-04-24T15:54:01-06:00April 23rd, 2013|Press + Articles|0 Comments

Spring 2013 Qewsletter

And we are off…our 1st ever Qewsletter! 

Included in the Spring 2013 Qewsletter are updates on a new Hotel and Food Truck project, the addition of Beverage Consulting by Jake Kosseff, some of our new services available, details on an incredibly cool hotel desk lamp and much more.

If you would like to sign up for future issues, please click here

To read the Spring 2013 Qewsletter please click here.

By |2020-04-24T15:54:02-06:00March 30th, 2013|Press + Articles|0 Comments
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