Doral Eaglewood Conference Resort & Spa,
|CHICAGO -- Nov. 14, 2003 -- Julie Berry has been
named director of sales and marketing at Chicago’s new Doral Eaglewood
Conference Resort & Spa -- the only IACC-accredited conference resort
in the Midwest with its own golf course and spa -- located 20 minutes from
O’Hare Airport. Her responsibilities range from marketing the conference
center, golf, spa, restaurants and guest rooms for the resort known as
“Chicago’s Newest Play Around Escape,” to creating regional and global
awareness of Doral Eaglewood and the Doral brand.
Berry brings more than 22 years of local hospitality experience to Doral Eaglewood Resort, including director of sales and marketing at both the Wyndham Northwest Chicago and most recently at Oak Brook Hills Resort and Conference Center. She is a member of MPI and IACC.
“We are thrilled to have Julie’s expertise and insight at the forefront of our dynamic sales team,” says Tim Foley, general manager for the resort. “She enhances Doral Eaglewood’s commitment to provide planners with an environment for productive meetings combined with sporty diversions.”
Offering meetings with tomorrow technology and nature-inspired energy, Doral Eaglewood boasts more than 37,000 square feet of comprehensive event space, including the 7,031 square-foot Red Oak Ballroom and 39 versatile meeting rooms, an on-property, USGA-certified golf course and a 10,000 square-foot European spa. Each of the 295 spacious, mission style rooms and suites in the 10-story resort towers features an oversized balcony with panoramic golf course views.
The Sports Club, a dedicated complex, contains a state-of-the-future fitness center, six-lane retro bowling alley, basketball, billiards, darts, Olympic-styled indoor pool, steam room, sauna and Jacuzzi with a sun deck.
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