HONOLULU (October 22, 1997) - Aston Wailea Resort has appointed Nobuyuki "Nobu" Yamamura as director of sales-Asia. He is responsible for pursuing FIT and group business from the Asia/Pacific market.
Formerly, Yamamura was sales manager-Asia at the Kona Surf Resort & Country Club; prior to that he was guest services manager at the Hyatt Regency Waikiki.
Fluent in English and Japanese, Yamamura holds a bachelor of arts from Kobe University of Foreign Language.
Nestled within 22 acres of lush gardens with sweeping views of the West Maui mountains and the islands of Molokini, Kahoolawe and Lanai, Aston Wailea Resort has the distinction of being Wailea's first and "most Hawaiian" resort. Tiki torches, private lanais and wide expanses of green lawns perfect for strolling create an understated Hawaiian ambiance. The resort also boasts three swimming pools with world-class golf and tennis nearby, the famed Hula Moons and Lanai Terrace restaurants, and the popular "Wailea's Finest Luau."
Based in Honolulu, Hotel Corporation of the Pacific, dba
Aston Hotels & Resorts,
operates 30 condominium resorts and hotels on the four major Hawaiian islands.
Its affiliate, Aston International, plans to open six new hotels and resorts
under the Aston® brand name in Australia, Bali, Guam, Indonesia and
the Philippines within the next 12 months. Further international expansion
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