Jan. 28, 2020, marks the second annual National Plan for Vacation Day, an idea that encourages Americans to plan their vacations early in the year and take them throughout the next 365 days. The Day is a leisure industry response to a curious trend that has seen Americans forego their vacation days, in many cases out of guilt, to work more often. In a nation of laborers who wear their work ethic like a badge of honor, vacations are well deserved but not often taken.
Did you know 662 million vacation days went unused by American workers last year?
Were you aware approximately 55 percent of Americans do not use their vacation time in a given year?
Can you believe 60 percent of millennials and 40 percent of people 35 and older actually feel guilty for using their vacation time?
Don’t be a statistic.
Our year-round aquatic attractions and new Tiki Cove arcade were also a hit with the Lanes, as they were with readers of the Las Vegas Review-Journal who voted Tahiti Village the Best Family Friendly Pool and Best Family Friendly Hotel in the last year’s Best of Las Vegas contest.
If you’ve never been to Tahiti Village, you simply have to experience a getaway to Las Vegas’ tropical resort retreat. Featuring a sand-entry beach pool, lazy river, condo-style accommodations, two 24-hour hot tubs, an onsite restaurant and spa, and shuttle service to the Strip, Tahiti Village has everything you need to relax, unwind and get away from it all. In-room amenities in larger one-bedroom and two-bedroom units include a fully stocked kitchen, washer-dryer, jetted tub, steam shower and private balcony for your convenience and enjoyment.
Book a visit this year to Tahiti Village Resort & Spa by the end of January 2020 and you’ll receive 20 percent off your stay!
New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas comes with a license to party. Inhibitions, already in short supply on any garden variety visit to Vegas, are shed in even greater numbers when party animals of all stripes descend upon the city by the hundreds of thousands to celebrate the birth of another year. Resolutions? Those are for Jan. 1. On New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas it’s all about reveling in excess and wringing every last ounce of fun out of the remaining hours, minutes and seconds of the 365th day.
How one chooses to celebrate is up to the individual, but whatever your preference – dining with friends in extravagant restaurants on the Strip, dancing till dawn in the ubiquitous casino nightclubs, attending one of the numerous hotel parties, or braving the cold to watch the midnight fireworks spectacular blazing from the hotel rooftops – Las Vegas has no shortage of options.
Las Vegas is where the world (or maybe just Los Angeles) goes to party on New Year’s Eve, and tropical resort paradise Tahiti Village on the south end of the world famous Las Vegas Strip is the lodging choice of many New Year’s Eve visitor to Vegas. Our condo-style accommodations, with their private bedrooms and full kitchens in select units, offer uncommon space, comfort and privacy you won’t typically find in a standard Strip or downtown hotel room.
24-HOUR HOT TUBS!
And what could be better after a long night of celebrating New Year’s Eve on the Strip or downtown than returning to Tahiti Village in Las Vegas and sinking into one of our two 24-hour hot tubs, including one exclusively for adults? Not much, we tell you. Think of it as a renewing baptismal of body, mind and soul, a relaxing ritual that cleanses you of previous night’s party patina and primes a born-again you for the year to come.
NEW YEAR’S EVE SHUTTLE TO THE LAS VEGAS STRIP
If you’re staying at Tahiti Village and planning to spend New Year’s Eve on the Strip, but wisely want to avoid the traffic and parking complications that come with driving yourself, be sure to hop aboard our Strip shuttle. It will be making deliveries from the front of Tahiti Village to the Tropicana Hotel all night long, depositing you into the heart of the action for an evening of fun, celebration and an eight-minute midnight fireworks display that will ring in 2020 with a breathtaking blast of shock and awe. We will also be picking you up from the same location and returning you to Tahiti Village all night until 1:45 a.m.
WATCH THE FIREWORKS
If you’re staying at family friendly Tahiti Village and prefer to enjoy a more sedate New Year’s Eve experience in Las Vegas, you can spend the hours leading up to midnight enjoying tempting menu items and lubricating beverages in our 17 South Booze & Bites, playing fun arcade games in our new Tahiti Cove, or simply relaxing in front of the TV in your comfortable guest suite. Just before midnight, be sure to head up to our 10th floor Sky View lounge in Tower 5 to witness an unobstructed view of the New Year’s Eve fireworks from the Strip. It offers the best view in town, if we do say so ourselves.
Click here and here for a comprehensive list of Las Vegas’ New Year’s Eve events and activities, including featured parties at TAO nightclub and the Stratosphere, concerts by Third Eye Blind and Christina Aguilera, and the popular Fremont Street Experience block party in downtown Las Vegas.
Christmas lights are almost redundant in a place like Las Vegas, the eternally glowing city whose preternatural radiance is visible even from outer space. Nevertheless, the holidays are a festive time in the Entertainment Capital of the World, and the city feverishly celebrates the occasion with seasonal events that are fun for the whole family.
If you’re spending Christmas with us at family friendly Tahiti Village Resort, a South Pacific-themed property on the south end of the world famous Las Vegas Strip, you should take the time to sample the many wondrous attractions throughout the city – attractions that belie the notion of Las Vegas as nothing but an adult playground.
LAS VEGAS STRIP
Bellagio Fountains and Conservatory
The dancing waters outside the Bellagio, just four miles north of Tahiti Village on the Las Vegas Strip, put on a special holiday show featuring classic holiday tunes on the half and quarter hours throughout the Christmas season. While you’re there, step inside the hotel and marvel at the awe-inspiring Christmas display at the Bellagio Conservatory. It’s a spectacular winter wonderland that features abundant lights, poinsettias and a 40-foot Christmas tree!
Cosmo, Mandalay Bay, LINQ
While you’re on the Strip be sure to take in the holiday attractions at the Cosmopolitan, Mandalay Bay and the LINQ. Nothing is more emblematic of the holiday season than the Cosmopolitan’s rooftop ice skating rink overlooking the Las Vegas Strip. You’ll find fire pits, plenty of places to sit, and a menu of warm cocktails, comfort foods and hot chocolate. Snow showers fall every 30 minutes to complement the wintry holiday atmosphere. There is also a 65-foot digital marquee showing holiday movies while skaters navigate the 4,200-square foot rink.
Not far from kid friendly Tahiti Village Resort & Spa in Las Vegas, the sweetest holiday attraction on the Strip resides at Aria, in whose lobby resides a 15-foot tall gingerbread house. The three-tiered display is seven feet wide, 12 feet deep and comprised of more than 400 pounds of gingerbread in addition to more than 60,000 peppermints, 200 pounds of icing, 80 pounds of chocolate and more than 1,000 pounds of candy. It is accompanied by a 5-foot-tall gingerbread man who tips the scales at a svelte 120 pounds. Please resist the temptation to sample. The gingerbread house is for viewing only.
Venetian and Palazzo
These center Strip sister properties celebrate the holidays with thousands of lights, towering Christmas trees and nightly shows.
The Venetian’s 65-foot-tall Christmas Tree is lit with 50,000 programmable LED lights, adorned with more than 5,000 ornaments and weighs more than 12,000 pounds. It takes approximately 12 people nearly three days to install.
The Palazzo’s winter gardens feature white poinsettias, ice branches and glittering frosted trees courtesy of the resort’s horticulture team. Hand-crafted white and pearl peacock statues overlook the guests.
Located in suburban Henderson, about eight miles east of tropical Tahiti Village Resort & Spa in Las Vegas, Ethel M Chocolates Holiday Cactus Garden is one of Las Vegas’ favorite holiday attractions. The three-acre Botanical Cactus Garden, adjacent to the Ethel M Chocolate Factory, is a sight to behold during the holiday season and features more than one million lights. Open through January 1, 2020, the annual event is free to attend. Visit us on select nights for choir performances in the garden and photos with Santa.
Celebrate the holidays with a cherished Southern Nevada tradition – the Magical Forest at Opportunity Village! The Magical Forest, approximately five miles northwest of Tahiti Village Resort & Spa, is filled with sparkling lights, nightly entertainment, great food and endless holiday cheer. Every year through Dec. 31 Opportunity Village’s Las Vegas grounds are transformed into a winter wonderland, featuring hundreds of trees lit with millions of bright LED lights and fun activities. Don’t miss it!
Every year Sam’s Town Hotel & Gambling Hall, approximately nine miles east of Tahiti Village on Boulder Highway, transforms its pioneer-themed Mystic Falls Park Light and Water Show into a Winter Wonderland experience. The holiday display gives visitors a peek inside Santa’s workshop, where the elves are busy making toys and loading the sleigh. A nine-minute holiday laser light show features classic holiday tunes and runs daily every hour.
Each holiday season Las Vegas’ Sand Dollar Lounge transforms from a hard drinking blues bar to a swank pop-up cocktail spot serving Christmas-themed drinks amid a landslide of blinking lights and kitschy decorations. As an allusion to such an unlikely transformation, and a reference to the lounge’s street location, the Sand Dollar owner calls this annual metamorphosis the Miracle on Spring Mountain. If you’re a Tahiti Village visitor who is looking to enjoy a holiday experience that is typically the purview of Las Vegas residents, be sure to visit the Sand Dollar Lounge for the Miracle on Spring Mountain.
Book a visit to family friendly Tahiti Village Resort & Spa, an island-themed timeshare property on the south end of the world famous Las Vegas Strip.
Wrangler National Finals Rodeo superstar Luke Brown is back at family friendly Tahiti Village on Saturday, Dec. 7. Join us from 12:30-2 p.m. and watch Luke demonstrate the skills that have made him a 12-time NFR qualifier, a three-time average champion and the winner of more than $2 million in career earnings. He will sign autographs and pose for photos in addition to performing a roping demonstration.
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the great Luke Brown at Tahiti Village’s Manihi Isle. It is conveniently located between the pool and lazy river. There will also be a drawing for a pair of Durango boots to be given away at the end of the meet and greet.
We hope to see you here at Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ favorite tropical resort paradise.
As we prepare for Thanksgiving at family friendly Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ favorite tropical resort paradise, we take this opportunity to tell you, ahead of the biggest eating day of the year in America, that our spacious Bora Bora and Royal Tahitian guest suites come with full kitchens and large ovens. So if you’re visiting us over the Thanksgiving holiday and would rather cook your own turkey than eat out, you’re in luck!
In the meantime, here are some interesting and surprising facts about America’s favorite sacrificial lamb, the turkey.
DID YOU KNOW?
Turkeys can exhibit more than 20 distinct vocalizations, including the distinctive male gobble that can be heard a mile away.
Turkeys recognize other turkeys by their distinctive voices. No two sound alike.
Turkeys have their own internal GPS. They have the ability to learn precise details of even the largest habitat.
Wild turkeys (the bird, not the beverage) can reach the old driving speed limit of 55 miles per hour in flight. Due to selective breeding (for obvious fattening reasons), domestic turkeys are ill-suited for lift-off and unable to fly.
Turkeys can run up to 25 miles per hour. Fast, but not fast enough to evade their dinner table fate.
Founding father Benjamin Franklin is said to have proposed to make wild turkeys the symbolic American bird instead of the bald eagle. Who knows? If he had gotten his way we may have all been eating bald eagles for Thanksgiving.
Male turkeys will attack their reflection in mirrors or windows.
The red dangly appendage under a turkey’s chin is called a wattle. The red flappy thing atop the beak is called the snood, which can change color with the bird’s mood.
Turkey meat in and of itself does not make you sleepy. More likely your post-dinner lethargy is caused by the over-consumption of carbs and alcohol.
Turkeys have two stomachs and no teeth. How did they evolve to have an extra tummy? Lacking the chompers to break down food, turkeys developed an extra stomach to aid in digestion.
There is an organization called the National Turkey Foundation. No one knows what it does precisely, but apparently one of its missions is extracting pertinent turkey data that can be shared with journalists looking for pertinent turkey data. Like this: According to official National Turkey Foundation research, the vast majority of people (88 percent) eat turkey on Thanksgiving.
If you’re staying at Tahiti Village Resort & Spa in Las Vegas over Thanksgiving and planning to cook your own bird, we are pleased to share the following tips for a juicy and flavorful turkey from renowned celebrity chef Jason Diaz.
CHEF JASON’S COOKING TIPS
Brine the turkey at least 24 hours in a mixture of salt and sugar (equal parts), lemons, oranges and herb sachet (I like to use sage, thyme and whole peppercorns).
Rub compound butter made with unsalted butter, garlic and herbs under the skin of the bird and on the skin prior to roasting to infuse flavor and also help to keep the bird moist.
Baste the turkey during the roasting process to help ensure that the bird stays juicy.
One thing most people tend to do is overcook turkey, leaving it dry. Poultry should be cooked to an internal temperature of 165 degrees. I personally like to pull it out of the oven at around 160 degrees and allow it to rest. The carryover cooking process should take it to 165 degrees.
Tahiti Village Resort in Las Vegas is pleased to serve our new official fall drink, the Fall Fashion! Created by executive chef Jason Diaz, the Fall Fashion is a delicious variation on the Old Fashioned and includes bourbon and simple syrup.
Enjoy the Fall Fashion throughout the fall and winter seasons exclusively at 17˚ South Booze & Bites, Tahiti Village’s onsite bar and restaurant. Be sure to book a fall visit to sample Jason’s creative twist on his favorite drink. Or you can easily make the Fall Fashion in the comfort of your home.
Here’s how, courtesy of Jason himself.
“I start out by making the simple syrup. I use brown sugar instead of white sugar because it has a deeper flavor, then add cinnamon sticks, whole clove, peppercorns, cherry and orange zest. I let this mixture steep for about 15 minutes. This allows the flavors to release and creates a solid base full of warm, fall-inspired flavors.”
“I muddle the cherry and orange slice in a glass, add the simple syrup, bitters and two ounces of bourbon, stir until well incorporated, and strain into an ice-filled rocks glass.”
The Fall Fashion is the latest in our line of official Tahiti Village drinks. You will also enjoy the zesty Tahitian Mary and the subtly sweet Tahitian Sunset.
This delightful drink captures the tropical essence of Tahiti Village. Featuring refreshing Bacardi Lime rum and a mix of proprietary ingredients, the Tahitian Sunset is the perfect drink to enjoy by the pool, at the lazy river, on your balcony – or anywhere!
The Tahitian Mary is more than a match for any Vegas hangover. It contains house vodka, green olives, lime and lemon wedges, bread and butter pickles, a celery stick, tajin and bacon. Yes, bacon! It is garnished with jalapeño peppers pickled in-house and flavored with homemade Bloody Mary mix. How we manage to get it all in the stylishly salted glass is beyond us.
Try them all on your next visit to family friendly Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ favorite tropical resort paradise!
Family friendly Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ favorite tropical resort paradise, is home to 50,000 happy vacation owners who return year after year to enjoy our relaxing lazy river, tropical beach pool, two 24-hour hot tubs, condo-style accommodations, convenient amenities, numerous onsite activities, and tempting menu choices at 17˚ South Booze & Bites.
In our new monthly feature on the Tahiti Village blog, you will meet a Tahiti Village owner who has embraced vacation ownership and discover the reasons our Polynesian-styled resort on the south end of the world famous Las Vegas Strip is like a second home. We’re sure you’ll relate!
For this, our premier owner profile, we present Saundra Dexter , an original Tahiti Village owner from Minnesota.
When you live in the coldest city in the contiguous United States, as Saundra Dexter does, visiting tropical Tahiti Village Resort & Spa in sunny Las Vegas is like going from an icebox to an oasis.
Saundra is one of the 6,000 or so inhabitants of International Falls, Minn., the so-called “Icebox of the Nation” where the temperature dips below freezing more than 100 days a year.
So it always time to rejoice when she and her husband, Sandy, pay their twice yearly visits to family friendly Tahiti Village in Las Vegas.
Out Of The Cold
“We absolutely love it here,” Saundra says of Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ favorite tropical resort paradise. “It’s just beautiful. Everyone’s so kind, and I like being away from everything yet having access to it all. We met a guy on the shuttle last night. He was staying at another resort and said he hadn’t slept in three nights. I said, `Honey, trust me. You’ll sleep here.’ That’s what I like about Tahiti Village. It’s peaceful; you can go into Vegas if you want to and still get away from the hustle and bustle. It’s like being away from everything yet having access to everything.”
Original Tahiti Village owners, the Dexters bought into vacation ownership here at Tahiti Village in 2003, three years before our grand opening. “It was just a lot of gravel,” Saundra says. She, Sandy and their two children were visiting Las Vegas and staying at Circus-Circus when they came across a vacation ownership booth in the casino.
“They asked us to take a tour. We said, `Sure, who not?’”
The following day they visited Club de Soleil, a sister Somerpointe Resorts property that had an architectural model of the proposed Tahiti Village property.
“They showed us where it would be,” Saundra says, “and we bought the Bora Bora sight unseen. Later on we bought a second Bora because we have two children, and when we pass each of them could have their own. Then we made it two Royal Tahitians to get the most out of our time. With two Royals we can do a week in a Moorea and a week in a Bora. I could have four weeks if I wanted.”
For the Dexters, it has been nothing but good times ever since. Before they became Tahiti Village Vacation Club members, they rarely if ever left International Falls. As owners of Sandy’s Place, a 38-seat mom and pop restaurant, time away was almost nonexistent.
“When you own a restaurant you don’t take vacations,” Saundra says, citing all the responsibilities on her plate. “I cook, I waitress, I do the books.” If she doesn’t do it, it may not get done.
After years of staying close to home, Sandy made a corporate decision for the both of them. “He finally said, `We are buying a condo so it will force you to go on vacation’.”
And it worked, Saundra says. “If I have the weeks to use I’m not going to lose them. We’re definitely going!”
The Dexters typically split sides with their two grown children, who take the Moorea while mom and pop get dibs on the larger Bora Bora.
“That way we can all be together yet still have our own space,” says Saundra, who brought the entire Sandy’s Place staff to Tahiti Village as a Christmas bonus (“they had so much fun”) and her mother and sister on another visit. It was not only their first trip to Las Vegas, but her sister’s first time on an airplane.
“It’s very nice to be able to bring your family and friends to Las Vegas without it costing a huge amount,” she says.
Outdoor Dining at 17° South
As a restaurant owner, Saundra naturally compares other eating establishments to her own. She enjoys the tropical ambiance and spacious patio dining at 17° South Booze & Bites, Tahiti Village’s popular onsite restaurant.
“I love that it opens up to the outside, especially when we’re here over the holidays and the temperature is in the 50s or 60s,” she says. “We can’t eat outside at home in December, so it’s a nice treat.”
As original owners, the Dexters have witnessed numerous positive additions to the property over the years, including 17˚ South, an adults-only hot tub, comprehensive room renovations, a complete lobby remodel, a coffee and snack bar addition to the Wiki Wiki gift shop, and most recently an all-new game arcade in Tower 1.
“We’re always excited to see what they’ve done since the last time we were here,” Saundra says. “It’s one of the things that keep us coming back, in addition to the resort staff and management. Everyone is so nice.”
Sandy, a former U.S. Marine who served in Vietnam, plays golf when he comes to Las Vegas, and the Dexters always see the sights, including the Fremont Street Experience, the Bellagio Fountains and Red Rock Canyon.
“We always have to go to Fremont Street to see the lights.”
But mainly, Saundra says, “we like to kick back and relax. It’s just so peaceful.”
Thank you, Saundra! We truly value your ownership.
Escape to paradise at family friendly Tahiti Village Resort & Spa, Las Vegas’ premier tropical retreat. Situated on 27 acres at the south end of the world famous Strip, Tahiti Village offers a welcome respite in a gorgeous island setting. With three residential guest towers surrounding a lushly landscaped courtyard, Tahiti Village has numerous desirable amenities and attractions.
Guests can lounge by a sandy beach pool, float down a relaxing lazy river, or unwind in guest suites offering uncommon space, convenience and privacy. Each of Tahiti Village’s three unit configurations has separate bedrooms, with the one-bedroom Bora Bora and two-bedroom Royal Tahitian featuring full kitchens, washer-dryers, steam showers, jetted tubs and private balconies. The Bora Bora and one-bedroom Moorea can accommodate four people, while the deluxe Royal Tahitian – a combination of the two – can sleep eight.
The resort also offers enticing food and drink options at 17° South Booze & Bites, our onsite bar and bistro, and Wiki Wiki convenience store-gift shop with an adjacent food and beverage counter.
Whether you’re staying for a week or a weekend, Tahiti Village has everything you need for the time of your life.
We’ve always believed it, but now we can actually say it.
Tahiti Village is the Best of Las Vegas!
We sincerely thank Las Vegas Review-Journal readers for voting us Best Family Friendly Hotel and Best Strip Hotel Pool in the newspaper’s 38th annual Best of Las Vegas contest.
BEST FAMILY FRIENDLY HOTEL
We truly appreciate all the voters for naming Tahiti Village Las Vegas’ number one family resort destination. We have been catering to families on the south end of the world famous Las Vegas Strip since 2006. They enjoy our spacious, condo-style suites and numerous kid friendly activities.
Tahiti Village’s heated, 250,000-gallon tropical beach pool sits like a gleaming jewel at the center of our property. It is surrounded by fashionable palapas and Tahitian torches. Visitors enjoy aquatic activities like volleyball, poolside movie nights, live music and weekly summer visits from our very own mermaid!
The Tahiti Village pool area also boasts a heated lazy river that features four waterfall features and contains more than 185,000 gallons of water. At 1/8th of a mile, it is one of longest lazy rivers in Las Vegas.
We are truly honored to receive this recognition. We will do our utmost to justify the faith of all the people who casts votes on our behalf. Thanks again!
Family friendly Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ favorite tropical resort, is celebrating the spooky season with tricks and treats for the little kids and discount food and adult beverages for the big kids.
HALLOWEEN PARTY OCTOBER 30
Our Halloween party is more about the fun and less about the fright, so be sure to join us at 17˚ South Booze & Bites in the Tahiti Village main lobby for a festive evening of food and drink, live music (including select Halloween jams) and prizes for best costume. So come dressed to impress and spend a couple of fun-filled hours with all the guys and ghouls.
TRICK OR TREATING OCTOBER 31
Halloween at Tahiti Village begins with trick or treating around the property and concludes with a Halloween Social at the Haunted Manihi Isle, where our little goblins will enjoy spooky snacks, play themed games and participate in a costume contest. We’ll begin passing out treat-or-treat bags, maps and goodies at the front desk at 3:30 p.m. Trick or treating begins at 4:30 p.m. for kids 11 and under and 5 p.m. for kids 12 and older. Unlike other Halloween attractions that try to stop your heart with terrifying shock tactics, our Halloween Social offers wholesome fun time for the entire family.
It is with great pleasure that we acknowledge two of our own for earning top honors at the 2019 Stars of the Industry Awards Gala Oct. 17 in Las Vegas. Chris Breed, Vice President of Operations for Soleil Management, won the Outstanding Volunteer of the Year award. Dave Campbell, Tahiti Village Recreation Services Manager, took home the award for Management Professional of the Year.
The event, sponsored by the Nevada Hotel and Lodging Association and held annually in Las Vegas, celebrates exceptional professionalism and outstanding service of top individuals in the hospitality industry.
Chris joined the company in 2017 and served as Tahiti Village general manager until her promotion to Soleil Management VP of Operations in 2018. She is an active participant in our company’s community volunteer efforts and was appointed Vice Chairman of the Nevada Hotel and Lodging Association in 2019.
“I was completely surprised to be chosen to receive this award,” Chris said. “The work that the NHLA takes on for the state is so beneficial. Assisting our emerging leaders through workshops, mentoring and networking is our responsibility, and something that I am personally passionate about and will continue doing as long as they will have me.”
Dave has overseen Tahiti Village’s recreation department since joining the company in 2016. He is responsible for putting in place many of the poolside activities and events our guests presently enjoy. Like Chris, Dave is also an enthusiastic participant in our company’s charitable events, particularly as they relate to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada.
“Being nominated for this award was an honor itself, but to be selected is something I never would have thought possible as it relates to my career,” Dave said. “The NHLA is a great organization that provides individuals opportunities beyond their roles at work, and that is something I am grateful for. I have been working with young adults for over a decade, and I have learned two very important things:
Each day is something different that continues to shape the way I speak with individuals about work and their personal life.
If you have young adults on the team who are quick to voice their thoughts or introduce change, invest in them however you can. They are the ones saying, `Hey, I think this can be done better’ or `I don’t like the way this is going.’ These are the individuals who are taking the risk to stand out among their peers in a group that is quick to judge.
“I am humbled by this and will continue to pay it forward.”
In addition to Chris and Dave, we would also like to recognize our Stars of the Industry Awards nominees for their exceptional professionalism and outstanding service. They are:
Director of Learning and Development, Soleil Management
Category: Learning & Development Professional of the Year
Director of Owner Services & Revenue Management, Soleil Management
Category: Revenue Management Professional of the Year
Nominees were selected based on their length of service, their outstanding service skills as well their community involvement. A winner was chosen in each of 20 categories. We congratulate all our winners and nominees – they are truly Stars of the Industry!