Orchid Resorts & Escapes Founder Stacy Dreyfus Joins HotelExecutive.com as Contributing Editor to the Hotel Business Review

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, May 25, 2011 -- HotelExecutive.com, the leading online hotel industry business resource is pleased to announce that Orchid Resorts & Escapes founder and CEO Stacy Dreyfus has joined the journal as a contributing editor to the publication's primary business journal, the Hotel Business Review.

"I am honored to be a part of hotelexecutive.com and truly thrilled to be included with such an esteemed and well respected group of hospitality specialists,” said Ms. Dreyfus.


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In late 2007, Dreyfus founded Orchid Resorts & Escapes as a boutique sales, marketing and partnership agency that based its mission on the ideals of superior customer service and excellent industry relationships. Currently, the company possesses a portfolio of 22 exquisite properties and is marketing some of the most unique and exclusive resorts and destinations in the world.

“We are really delighted to have Stacy represented on HotelExecutive's editorial board,” said Benedict Cummins, CEO and Founder of HotelExecutive.com. “With more than 14 years of experience working with companies such as Le Parker Meridian, Ian Schrager Hotels, and Hotel Gansevoort, Stacy has been able to build and expand her own company, Orchid Resorts & Escapes, into one of the most respected marketing and sales groups in the world, with a portfolio of properties that reads like a hot list from Conde Nast Traveler. The information she can provide our readers on best practices is priceless".

Ms. Dreyfus holds a B.A. in Travel and Tourism from Clemson University. Her inspiration and the seeds for her success took root at Clemson University and now she has cultivated her love of travel and people into a career that continues to grow. In addition to her CEO, Founder post at Orchid Resorts & Escapes, Ms. Dreyfus is the travel correspondent for Jetset Extra (Los Angeles). She will also be guest speaker at the World Medical Tourism and Global Health Congress in Illinois later this year.

Ms. Dreyfus is currently a member for Dress for Success, which assists economically disadvantaged women transitioning from unemployment to self-sufficiency by providing clothing, confidence boosts and career development.

About Orchid Resorts & Escapes

Orchid services our clients by providing specific sales strategies and targeted marketing and by creating awareness along with specialized public relations agencies and multiple partners. Through packaging these ideas, visions and relationships together, Orchid’s true goal is to produce room nights, buzz and revenue for our clients. For more information visit http://www.orchidworldwide.com

About the Hotel Business Review

For nearly 15 years, the Hotel Business Review journal has been a leading online resource for hotel executives, providing white papers on best practices in hotel management and operations. With a dedicated board of more than 300 contributing editors - some of the most recognizable names in hotels - the Hotel Business Review maintains a progressive flow of exclusive content every week, so that owners, operators, senior executives, investors and developers can stay informed on the constant changes in the hotel industry. To subscribe click on http://www.hotelexecutive.com/subscribe

Contact:
Stacy Dreyfus
Orchid Resorts & Escapes
646-861-1658
/>stacy@orchidworldwide.com
http://www.orchidworldwide.com

Dan French
HotelExecutive.com
800-626-1057
http://www.HotelExecutive.com

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