News for the Hospitality Executive
Noelia Nava Named Director of Housekeeping for The Pointe
Tapatio Cliffs Resort, Phoenix, Arizona
|PHOENIX, Arizona, Sept. 11, 2007 – The Pointe Hilton Tapatio
Cliffs Resort recently announced that Noelia Nava has been named as the
new Director of Housekeeping for the all-suite property. Nava will oversee
the property’s day-to-day housekeeping needs at the 585-suite resort, which
includes five restaurants, meeting facilities, golf course, retail outlets,
spa, salon and workout centre. In addition, she will ensure that all Hilton
Brand Standards are adhered to with regard to quality assurance and
“Noelia is the ideal candidate for this position due to her proven leadership abilities and tenure within the housekeeping arena,” stated Ron Simon, General Manager. “We are confident that she will lead the housekeeping department to continued success and ensure that the property exceeds guests’ expectations time and time again.”
For the past 18 years, Nava has been involved with the housekeeping aspects of the hospitality industry. Most recently, she was the Assistant Director of Housekeeping at the Wyndham Phoenix Hotel. Prior to that, she was the Director of Housekeeping at the Doubletree Hotel in San Jose and Rohnert Park in California.
Throughout her career, Nava has placed significant emphasis in continuing her education and involvement within her community. She continues to be a vital part of her neighborhood and has worked closely with many civic, service and industry organizations. In addition, her properties have garnered a number of accolades and awards due to her leadership efforts.
Guests at the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort enjoy all-suite accommodations
while relaxing amidst the beauty of the adjoining mountain park. The Pointe
Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort, 11111 North 7th Street, which opened in 1982
with 585 suites, combines the casual elegance of Spanish-Mediterranean
architecture with recreational amenities including golf at Lookout Mountain,
tennis, hiking, salon and treatment spa, elaborate swimming pools and five
themed dining establishments. At the heart of the resort is the signature
water feature: “The Falls,” an oasis of swimming pools, waterfalls, floral
gardens and poolside dining that offer 23 private cabanas, a 138-foot waterslide
and hot plunge spas.
|Also See:||Highland Hospitality Corporation Acquires the 585-suite Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort & Lookout Mountain Golf Club in Phoenix for $85 million / February 2006|