News for the Hospitality Executive
Don Weintraub Appointed Director of Sales & Marketing
at the Enchantment Resort in Sedona, Arizona
|SEDONA, Ariz. (August 29, 2007) - Danna Holck, general
manager of Enchantment Resort in Sedona has announced the appointment of
Mr. Don Weintraub as Enchantment's new Director of Sales & Marketing.
Weintraub has been the vice president of destination sales and marketing
for the Loreto Bay Company in their corporate office in Scottsdale. Prior
to that, Weintraub relocated from corporate offices with Princess Hotel's
International in New York City to Scottsdale as part of the opening team
of the Scottsdale Princess Resort. He served in various sales and marketing
managerial positions culminating as director of sales and marketing from
1993 to 1999. Overall, he brings 29 years of industry experience including
front office and rooms division operations. He joins Enchantment on September
Enchantment Resort, awarded honors by Condé Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure magazines in 2007, is two hours north of Phoenix in the towering red rocks of Arizona's Boynton Canyon, near Sedona. A member of The Leading Hotels of the World, Enchantment features 220 guest accommodations in adobe-style casitas with Southwestern décor, an array of outdoor adventures and award-winning spa services. Mii amo, a destination spa at Enchantment ranked "world's best destination spa" in 2007 by Travel + Leisure readers, offers signature treatments ranging from crystal baths to Watsu exclusively to guests of Enchantment and Mii amo.
Enchantment Resort is part of the portfolio of the Enchantment Group, a spa and resort development and management firm. The company was the first in the industry to add a destination spa to a resort community, opening Mii amo at Enchantment Resort in January 2001. Enchantment Group's holdings also include the Tides Inn in Virginia.
For reservations, please call 1-800-826-4180, or visit the Web site, www.enchantmentresort.com
|Also See:||George Lidicker's Sedona Resort Management Acquires the Tides and Golden Eagle Golf Course in Irvington, Virginia / May 2001|