The opening of the new Hampton Inn & Suites in Miami Brickell-Downtown is imminent, and the project developer, Hospitality Operations Inc. has appointed two new senior members of staff.
Eduardo Chapoval has been appointed General Manager, while Lourdes Beach is Director of Sales. They bring more than 40 years of combined experience to this brand-new 221 room hotel which is due to open in Miami’s Brickell Financial District in September 2011.
The Hampton Inn & Suites will become the newest mid-range lodging in the downtown Miami area, filling a niche in a market saturated with luxury hotels. Anyone staying here will receive dependable, reasonably priced quality accommodation in an urban location.
Its new General Manager, Eduardo Chapoval will direct all hotel operations including sales and marketing, hotel administration and guest services. Mr Chapoval is well qualified for this position, having previously been the General Manager of the 149 unit Hampton Inn & Suites Miami Airport South/Blue Lagoon.
Lourdes Beach, who is Director of Sales, is responsible for managing the hotels marketing and sales plans and for revenue production. Ms Beach worked as Director of Sales at the Hampton Inn & Suites Miami Airport South/Blue Lagoon for the last 10 years, and is considered to be partly responsible for the hotel’s revenue-based success.
Howard Wolfson, Regional Manager for Hospitality America, the hotel management firm which will oversee operations at this property says “The addition of Eduardo and Lourdes to our new Hampton Inn & Suites Hotel in the Brickell Financial District is consistent with our firm’s commitment to retaining and developing experienced, senior level professionals who are passionate about our properties and the customer service experience.”
Construction of this new hotel finished in early 2011, and amenities include a rooftop pool, exercise room, business center and a 210 space parking garage. The project is expected to attain LEED Silver certification in early 2012 due to a number of sustainable features, including an ozone laundry, low flow water fixtures and charging stations for electric cars.