News for the Hospitality Executive
New Sales Team to Support New Look
ST. THOMAS, USVI – JUNE 13, 2007 - Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa, located in St. Thomas, U.S.V.I., announces a fresh, new team and meeting planner incentives to align with the 300-room recently renovated resort.
The expanded team brings decades of hospitality experience including 25-year veteran Scott Kenney, food & beverage director, and 20-year veteran Chef Eddie Williams, raising food and beverage quality, and therefore servicing, for groups. New Senior Sales Managers, David Weaver (Southeast), Laura Krueger (Mid-Atlantic), and Melissa Lipton (Midwest), provide new contacts for planners supported by Silvia de la Rua, meeting services manager. Elliot Manning, rooms director, insures high standards for the transformed rooms and suites. Lorna Richardson, wedding sales manager, handles wedding groups from the very simple ceremony for two on the beach to elaborate extravaganza weddings on the St. Johns Terrace overlooking the Caribbean Sea and surrounding islands (http://www.wyndhamsugarbayresort.com).
To celebrate the new momentum, the resort -- featuring an on-site Convention
Center with 17,680 square feet of meeting space accommodating up to 800
and carved into a mountainside, surrounded by 31 lush, tropical acres --
is offering special Red Hot Group Rates for 2007 and 2008 with up to
50 percent savings (rates as low as US$110 double occupancy) and incentives
from a chance to win a Cartier watch valued at more than $2,000
for booking any group totaling 400 room nights or more in 2007. Additionally,
when booking a group of 300 room* or 100 room
nights or more, planners are eligible to receive a five-night, six-day
vacation for two at Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa.
Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa has been named “Best Spa Resort in the U.S.V.I.” at the World Travel Awards in London 2005 and 2006. The resort has recently added helicopter tours, new landscaping, a coffee bar, new generators and potentially new electronic blackjack tables and roulette to the already secluded white sand beach with extensive water sports and recreational equipment; three interconnecting freshwater pools with a waterfall and grotto; onsite spa; state-of-the-art fitness center; tennis complex; and a comprehensive schedule of daily activities. Five restaurants and lounges cater to a variety of tastes, from traditional Caribbean fare to casual bistro dining. Nearby, meeting guests enjoy challenging golf at the renowned Mahogany Run Golf Course, eco-tours and shopping in Charlotte Amalie.
To obtain further group information on Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa, contact Verna Ralph, firstname.lastname@example.org, 340-777-7100.
Individual associate group booking in 2007 for travel in 2007 utilizing
a group contract. Offer good for business booked and consumed by Dec. 31,
2007. Restrictions apply; trips based on availability; subject to blackout
dates; subject to change.
ALICE BONN/JEN BAYBROOK
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