Greg Marsh, CEO and co-founder of high-end accommodations
service Onefinestay, has stepped down “to move on to new opportunities,” the
Marsh will be succeeded Evan Frank, Onefinestay’s vice
president of the Americas and also a company co-founder.
London-based Onefinestay launched in 2010. The company, like
Airbnb, rents out residences, but has tried to differentiate itself from Airbnb
via what it calls a “turnkey” experience, including providing high-end linens,
towels and toiletries for guests as well as answering on-site guest requests.
AccorHotels acquired Onefinestay in April for about $169
Marsh didn’t cite the Accor acquisition as the reason for
his departure, calling the new parent company a “natural partner and a strong
advocate” for Onefinestay.
Onefinestay offers home rentals in London, Paris, Rome, Los
Angeles and New York. It plans to add inventory in Miami by year’s end.