• Omni Hotels & Resorts Announces Updates

     
    POSTED November 10, 2016
     

Omni Hotels & Resorts is announcing new developments for the hotel. The 16-story hotel is set to open in June 2017, showcasing 300 guest rooms and suites, and 24,000 square-feet of meeting space, including a 13,000-square-foot ballroom. Additionally, Omni Hotels & Resorts has appointed Gayla Guyse as director of sales and marketing for the Omni Frisco Hotel. Guyse has 20 years of experience working for the Omni Frisco Hotel. More than half of Guyse’s career has been working in leadership positions at Omni properties, including a director of sales and marketing position at Omni Dallas Hotel at Park West; a director position in catering and conference services at the Omni Park West and the Omni Fort Worth Hotel; a food and beverage director position for The Stoneleigh Hotel in Dallas; and a director of catering and conference services position at the Westin Beechwood. She has received numerous accolades including Omni’s President Circle (six times) and the 2013 Sales & Marketing Ideal Executive of the Year.

Wyoming’s Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole has introduced the results of a major renovation in time for summer season. All suites, guest rooms and public hallways have been fully refreshed utilizing subtle colors and earth elements such as woods and metals. 

 

Mountain Meetings had the good fortune to connect with Eric Veraguth, director of golf at Resort at Squaw Creek in Olympic Valley, California. He wrote this helpful guest article about holding outstanding golf outings for groups. 

By  Eric Veraguth

 

New Mexico’s mountain towns provide an environment like none other—a mix of rich culture, artistic influences, and scenic beauty sure to boost your team’s creativity.

“It’s something that’s in the air, it’s just different. The sky is different, the stars are different, the wind is different,” noted American modernist Georgia O’Keeffe when describing the mountainous terrain of New Mexico. The renowned painter was captivated by—and for good reason—the Land of Enchantment, which reflects the intersection of cultures over the years.