Claudia Rodriquez brings more than 20 years of experience to this position, including 18 years with the Marriott International brand, gaining skills and knowledge in various countries and within various disciplines, including sales, marketing and room divisions.
PALM BEACH, ARUBA – Claudia Rodriquez has been appointed hotel manager of Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino. In this new role, Rodriguez oversees the resort’s operations to ensure the utmost guest satisfaction. These responsibilities include overseeing the front of house operations, housekeeping and recreation.
Originally from Chile, Rodriquez brings more than 20 years of experience to this position, including 18 years with the Marriott International brand, gaining skills and knowledge in various countries and within various disciplines, including sales, marketing and room divisions.
“We are thrilled to have Claudia join our team,” said Raoul Lemmerling, general manager, Aruba Marriott Resort. “Her experience has covered many departments and ensures that she knows exactly what it takes to make an operation successful. The resort is primed to debut a variety of guest offerings this year, including enhancements to the adults-only Tradewinds Club and new cabana’s at the adult Pool, the launch of a new restaurant concept Mercát, Mediterranean Cuisine, and I’m confident that they will be executed to perfection and overall guest satisfaction will continue to be a strong suit of ours under her leadership.”
Prior to joining the Aruba Marriott Resort, Rodriguez held the role of executive assistant manager and director of rooms at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman. Before that, she spent seven years at the Marriott St. Kitts, the last four years as director of operations. Throughout her time there, she spearheaded hotel operations with a particular focus on employee development and training. She achieved many awards and accolades throughout her career, including the prestigious Marriott Chairman’s Award.
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