Our hospitality team has worked with distinctive, independent golf and historic hotels and destination resorts throughout North America and the Caribbean for more than four decades. This is a brief sample of properties that we are proud to have represented.

Meeting Destination

PROBLEM: To once again compete for top-rated meeting and incentive groups, meeting planners would have to willingly become familiar with the scale of renovations, and interested in giving it another [site visit] chance. However, this very important audience…

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Golf Destination

PROBLEM: Although the developments contained five championship-caliber golf courses, the developments were not recognized as resort products, and realized no awareness within resort golf audiences. To compete with luxury golf resorts, it would be imperative…

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Resort Destination

PROBLEM: The Marriott was at risk of dropping to fourth or fifth in market rank, and would likely be negatively impacted in both rate and occupancy by the Ritz-Carlton, and in guest satisfaction due to the new demand on the beach, pool and f&b areas from…

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Historic Boutique

PROBLEM: The hotel had been closed for two years for renovation. Prior to that, the service levels and facility were sub-standard in the market. As a result, it no longer made the consideration set for business travelers, meeting groups or…

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Plantation Retreat

PROBLEM: Despite its beauty and abundance of offerings, the property’s occupancy rarely exceeded ‘the teens,’ and was sustained primarily by local weddings and seasonal, individual quail hunts. Ownership was void of hospitality experience, sales direction and…

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