Ellie Nan Storck

Ellie Nan Storck

Ellie Nan Storck is the Hotel Editor at TripSavvy, where she edits and writes hotel roundups, reviews, and news.

She graduated from Connecticut College with a BA in English Literature and graduated from Dartmouth College with an MA in Creative Writing.

Ellie Nan was previously an associate editor at Departures and before that an editorial assistant at Travel + Leisure. She has contributed to other publications including Saveur, Popular Science, Nantucket Magazine, Bustle, and more.


Ellie Nan started as the Hotel Editor for TripSavvy in March of 2021. Before that, she was an associate editor on the digital team at Departures. Previously she worked as a full-time freelance travel writer, contributing to brands like Saveur, Popular Science, Departures, and Travel + Leisure while earning her MA in creative writing. She began her career at Travel + Leisure in 2015 as the digital editorial assistant, and has been exploring the world ever since. She’s visited over 100 hotels and collects room keys from all the properties she visits.

Ellie Nan currently lives in Vermont, and has previously lived in Maryland, Connecticut, Barcelona, Nantucket, South Dakota, Brooklyn, and New Hampshire. 


Originally from Annapolis, Maryland, Ellie Nan earned a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Creative Writing from Connecticut College in 2015. After two years of working in New York City, she moved to New Hampshire to pursue her Masters in Creative Writing from Dartmouth College, where she graduated in 2020. 

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