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Prestigious Marriott awards held in Malta

From left: Edward Bonello, Westin Dragonara Resort’s director of sales and marketing; Malcolm Jones, Westin Dragonara Resort’s finance director; Amy McPherson, Marriott International president and managing director of Europe; Westin Dragonara Resort general manager Michael Kamsky; Belinda Pote, Marriott Europe chief sales and marketing officer; and Le Méridien general manager Alex Incorvaja.

From left: Edward Bonello, Westin Dragonara Resort’s director of sales and marketing; Malcolm Jones, Westin Dragonara Resort’s finance director; Amy McPherson, Marriott International president and managing director of Europe; Westin Dragonara Resort general manager Michael Kamsky; Belinda Pote, Marriott Europe chief sales and marketing officer; and Le Méridien general manager Alex Incorvaja.

Top representatives from Marriott International were in Malta recently to attend the prestigious Marriott President’s Circle Award ceremony.  The awards recognised the top five per cent of last year’s achievers for sales, events and revenue management among more than 500 hotels across 30 brands within Europe.

Amy McPherson, Marriott International president and managing director of Europe, as well as Satya Anand, Marriott International chief operations officer for luxury and southern Europe, were among the senior leadership team from Marriott who attended the ceremony held at the Westin Dragonara Resort.

The Westin Dragonara Resort and Le Méridien St Julian’s Hotel & Spa both form part of Marriott International, Inc. Michael Camilleri Kamsky, general manager of the Westin Dragonara Resort, expressed his gratitude and said: “We are very honoured to have been chosen to host this prestigious event, which was also the first incentive trip since Marriott International acquired Starwood Hotels and Resorts.”

This was also a particularly important moment for Le Méridien St Julian’s Hotel & Spa, which will be rebranded as the first Marriott Hotel on the island.

“We’re extremely excited about the rebranding. The five-star hotel will reopen as the Malta Marriott Hotel and Spa and form part of Marriott International, the largest hotel group worldwide,” Le Méridien general manager Alex Incorvaja said.

During the ceremony, Le Méridien’s corporate sales manager Mariella Bondin was recognised for her outstanding performance during 2016. During the three-day visit of Ms McPherson and Mr Anand, Mr Incorvaja and Mr Kamsky took the opportunity to showcase some of Malta’s leading touristic attractions, and introduced them to management and associates, together with the hotels’ owners.

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