Saturday, March 24, 2018
Lara Korb

New hotel manager appointed to Wyndham Vacation Resorts Perth

Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific is pleased to announce the appointment of Lara Korb as the new Hotel Manager of Wyndham Vacation Resorts Perth.

Lara comes to Wyndham Outram Perth with almost ten years’ management experience in the Canadian hospitality industry, including sales, marketing and general management roles.

Most recently, she worked as General Manager of a chalet and mountain lodge in Alberta which won Employee Choice Awards and a Housekeeping Award with the Alberta Hotel and Lodging Association under her stewardship.

As well as her extensive experience in sales, marketing and revenue management, Lara also has taken responsibility for human resources, where she has trained new employees.

Wyndham’s Senior Vice President Resort Operations and Property Development, Matt Taplin, said Lara has all the necessary skills to succeed at Wyndham Outram Perth.

“Lara has a thorough understanding of major aspects of hospitality, including front office and customer service, sales, marketing, human resources, and finances,” Mr Taplin said.

“In past roles, she has proven to be a quick learner who has had no hesitation about enthusiastically stepping into leadership roles when the opportunity has presented itself.

“Crucially, she has successfully managed a boutique property and is familiar with the excellent service guests expect while staying at Wyndham Outram Perth.”

Located on Outram Street in the CBD’s west, the hotel is located close to the cosmopolitan highlights of Perth, including world-class shopping, dining, nightlife and public spaces. It is within walking distance of Kings Park and a short drive from the Perth Zoo and Perth Mint.

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