Deputy General Manager at Spice Island Beach Resort in Grenada
|GRENADA (Oct. 31, 2005) – In keeping with its impeccably high service
standards, Spice Island Beach Resort in Grenada has promoted Brian Hardy,
CHA, to the position of General Manager and Nerissa Hopkin to the post
of Deputy General Manager.
“It is with great pleasure and the utmost confidence that we promote these two incredibly valuable individuals to higher management positions at our property,” said Sir Royston O. Hopkin, KCMG, Owner and Chairman of Spice Island Beach Resort.
“Both Brian and Nerissa have played key roles in directing the resort’s $12 million renovation and refurbishment, and when Spice re-opens on Dec. 15, 2005, the property will feature the finest five-star appointments and a management team well-poised to ensure a five-star vacation experience,” he added.
Brian Hardy – General Manager
Before assuming the role of General Manager, Brian Hardy was the Resort
Manager for the past four years and the Assistant Manager for the two years
prior. As General Manager, he will oversee the day-to-day operations
of the property as well as be responsible for managing a staff of 125 people,
ensuring total guest satisfaction, and helping build a strong repeat client
Prior to her promotion, Hopkin was the Assistant Manager for six years.
As Deputy General Manager, she handles all overseas purchasing for Spice
and personally ensures that the overall operations of the resort are executed
according to the vision of Sir Royston. Furthermore, Hopkin functions
as the creative director for all of the resort’s advertising, collateral
material, and website production. In addition to being Deputy General
Manager, Hopkin is one of the resort Directors, a title she was bestowed
When Spice Island Beach Resort in Grenada re-opens on Dec. 15, 2005, it will introduce an unmatched level of accommodations and unprecedented brand of chic style and timeless luxury. Spice Island Beach Resort will feature 64 elegantly-appointed rooms (two less than its previous room count because two new, super-spacious suites being built will each take the place of two former suites), the full-service Janissa’s Spa, a fitness center, an open-air, beachside gourmet restaurant, the Sea & Surf Bar for refreshing cocktails throughout the day, a central swimming pool and jacuzzi, a tennis court, the Nutmeg Pod children’s activity center, the Gatsby Boutique and more.
Spice Island Beach Resort
Grand Anse Beach, P.O. Box 6
St. George’s, Grenada, West Indies
|Also See:||Spice Island Beach Resort in Grenada Appoints New Resort Management, Food and Beverage Posts / Jan 2002|
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