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Coral Hospitality Appoints Roy Crane as Hotel Manager
of Gansevoort Miami Beach

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. –Aug. 31 2010 – Coral Hospitality proudly announces the appointment of Roy Crane as hotel manager of Gansevoort Miami Beach. Crane will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of Gansevoort – anchored at the sophisticated end of Collins Avenue in South Beach.  
Boasting more than two decades of experience in the hospitality industry, Crane has most recently held the position of director of rooms at The Fairmont Kea Lani, a AAA Four Diamond property in Maui, Hawaii, where he designed a repeat guest program and redesigned housekeeping operations. Previously, Crane held the position of hotel operations manager at Kaanapali Alii, another AAA Four Diamond Resort in Maui. Prior to that, Crane was resort manager at the AAA Four Diamond Carmel Valley Ranch where he developed an in-room guest registration process. Crane entered the hospitality field with Hyatt Hotels and Resorts, first in Monterey, California and then in Hawaii. Crane’s previous experience encompasses an impressive list of luxury properties including Atlantis Resort and Casino, in Nassau, Bahamas, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort and Spa in Famington, Pennsylvania and Claremont Resort & Spa in Berkeley, California.            
Over the past 20 years, Crane has gained a sense of dedication to hospitality, as well as to the promotion of growth and development for those he works with. “Coral Hospitality is thrilled to welcome Roy Crane on as hotel manager at Gansevoort Miami Beach,” Tom Anderson, Vice President Marketing & Business Development for Coral Hospitality, said. “Roy’s ambition, combined with his proven track record, will continue to push guest satisfaction to new heights with superior quality service.”     
Gansevoort Miami Beach boasts a luxurious, spirited vibe that is all South Beach and it’s SOBE style fusion of minimalist opulence and Art Deco influences create complete beachfront elegance for the “see and be seen.” The resort complex is an all-in-one destination, showcases 340 spacious rooms and suites including privileged amenities such as two exquisite restaurants, STK and Philippe, a rooftop bar and lounge, exclusive nightclub Louis, ultra-private beach cabanas and more.           
For more information, call Gansevoort Miami Beach at 1-866-932-6694 or visit Gansevoort Miami Beach is located at 2377 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla. 33139. 

 alycia rea

Also See: The Achenbaums, Owners of the Gansevoort in New York, Preparing the Former Roney Palace in Miami Beach as the Gansevoort South; Posh Trappings Expected to Justify $870 NightlyRate / March 2008

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