Vince Vito Joins Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort as Director of Sales, Marketing & Events

USA, Beaver Creek, Colorado. February 28, 2018

Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa, the only ski-in, ski-out resort in Beaver Creek, Colorado, announces the appointment of Vince Vito as Director of Sales, Marketing & Events. In his new role, Vito will oversee the Sales and Marketing operation of the hotel as well as manage the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek guest experience.

“I'm thrilled to join the talented and dedicated staff at Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort & Spa,” Vito says. “I'm passionate about achieving results in a team environment, and together, I'm confident that we will continue to refine and elevate the guest experience on property.”

A seasoned hospitality executive and longtime member of the Hyatt family, Vito comes to Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort & Spa from the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis, a 645-room convention hotel with 100,000 square feet of event space.

Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa features the only true ski-in, ski-out access on Beaver Creek Mountain; the resort's enviable location complements its sophisticated accommodations and amenities. For more information about Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa and for reservations, please visit BeaverCreek.Park.Hyatt.com or connect with the resort on social media, through: Twitter (@ParkHyattBC); Facebook (@ParkHyattBC); and Instagram (@ParkHyattBC).

About Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa

A resort for all seasons, located mountainside in the heart of Beaver Creek Village, Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa provides guests unprecedented access to some of the best mountain activities in the world. Winner of Hyatt's 2015 Donald N. Pritzker Leadership award and Trip Advisor's Certificate of Excellence, the 190-room resort with 20,000 square feet of event space offers true ski-in, ski-out access and is just steps away from the resort's many shops, restaurants, cultural attractions and outdoor adventure activities that facilitate memorable year around experiences. The property is serviced from Eagle Vail Airport with non-stop flights from 11 U.S. cities via American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Air Canada and United Airlines, and offers many connections to worldwide destinations from Denver International Airport depending on the season. Guests of Park Hyatt Beaver Creek experience sophisticated accommodations in the chateau-style property that includes state-of-the-art amenities. The resort's 30,000 square foot Allegria Spa features 23 treatment rooms and offers a complete full-service fitness center, slope side pool and hot tubs. The hotel's three on-property dining experiences include 8100 Mountainside Bar & Grill, Cafe, Antler Hall and Powder 8. For events and meetings, Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa offers guests newly renovated and world class meeting and event function space, and provides the perfect settings for social and business gatherings alike. For more information and reservations, visit BeaverCreek.Park.Hyatt.com.

About Park Hyatt

Park Hyatt hotels provide discerning, affluent business and leisure guests with elegant and luxurious accommodations. Guests of Park Hyatt hotels receive highly attentive personal service in an intimate environment. Located in several of the world's premier destinations, each Park Hyatt hotel is custom designed to combine sophistication with a distinctive regional character. Park Hyatt hotels feature well-appointed guestrooms, meeting and special event spaces for groups, critically acclaimed art, food and beverage program, and signature restaurants featuring award-winning chefs. There are currently 39 Park Hyatt hotels in the following locations: Abu Dhabi, Beaver Creek, Beijing, Buenos Aires, Busan, Canberra, Changbaishan, Carlsbad, Chennai, Chicago, Dubai, Goa, Guangzhou, Hamburg, Hangzhou, Hyderabad, Istanbul, Jeddah, Maldives, Mallorca, Melbourne, Mendoza, Milan, Moscow, New York, Ningbo, Paris, Saigon, Sanya, Seoul, Shanghai, Siem Reap, Sydney, Tokyo, Toronto, Vienna, Washington, D.C., Zanzibar, Zurich. For more information, please visit parkhyatt.com.

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Katie Bonneau
ParkHyatt@TurnerPR.com
303-824-0024

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