Saturday, March 24, 2018

New resort manager appointed to Wyndham Vacation Resorts Sydney

Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific has announced the appointment of Jerry Estrada as the new resort manager of Wyndham Vacation Resorts Sydney, located on Wentworth Avenue in the city’s CBD.

Jerry comes to Wyndham Sydney with more than 18 years’ experience in hospitality, including eight years in managerial positions in four-and-a-half star properties in Australia and overseas.

Most recently, Jerry worked in Western Australia as Hotel Manager of Wyndham Vacation Resorts Perth, a luxury boutique hotel in the CBD’s west.

With previous experience as an innovator driving special projects designed to improve productivity, efficiency, revenue and staff morale in hotels, Jerry will bring valuable knowledge and ideas to Wyndham Sydney.

Wyndham’s senior vice president resort operations and property development, Matt Taplin, said: “Over his career, Jerry has diligently learnt and mastered all major aspects of hospitality – including operations, front office, recreation management and food and beverage,” Mr Taplin said.

“He has enthusiastically stepped into a leadership role with us and I am confident he will relish the challenge of the thriving Sydney market.

“Jerry will use his hospitality acumen to provide our Sydney guests with the excellent service they expect and ensure they have an unforgettable experience while staying with us.”


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