Enrique Juarez Named Director of Sales at Omni Montelucia

SCOTTSDALE, AZ. November 29, 2017 -

SCOTTSDALE, AZ. November 29, 2017 - Enrique Juarez was appointed as director of sales, where he will lead the entire group sales team, oversee the resorts’ efforts to expand its footprint in the association segment and personally handle all opportunities originating out of the West Coast, Pacific Northwest, Western Canada and Colorado. Joining the Omni team from the Phoenix Marriott Tempe at The Buttes where he was the director of group sales, Juarez’s background also includes working as a national account manager for Kimpton Hotel & Restaurant Group at the Kimpton Hotel Palomar Phoenix and other positions at Scottsdale Plaza Resort. Juarez is also heavily involved in the Professional Convention Management Association

About Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia

Ranked 6th on Travel + Leisure's 500 "Best U.S. Hotels List" and one of Condé Nast Traveler's "Best Spas" in 2014, Omni Scottsdale Resort is an exclusive oasis inspired by the exotic locales of Morocco and Andalusia in Southern Spain. Nestled at the base of picturesque Camelback Mountain in Paradise Valley, Arizona, the resort boasts 293 spacious guest rooms, including 38 luxury suites and two presidential suites, and award-winning culinary experiences including the critically-acclaimed Prado restaurant. Omni Scottsdale Resort’s crown jewel - Joya Spa is home to Scottsdale's only Hammam treatment spa – a rejuvenating Moroccan-inspired hot and cold bathing ritual. Located just 15 minutes from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX), the resort’s meeting facilities include more than 100,000 square-feet of modern luxury banquet and event space, including 27,000 square-feet of indoor meeting space, along with eight outdoor gardens, courtyards, and lawns perfect for conventions, board meetings and weddings. A member of the Omni Hotels & Resorts portfolio, Omni Scottsdale Resort is a privately owned and debt-free legacy purchase. To get additional information, visit www.omnimontelucia.com or call 1-480-627-3200.

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