Turnberry Isle Miami Appoints John Rogers as Hotel Manager

USA, Aventura, Florida. February 28, 2018

Turnberry Isle Miami, the iconic resort in the heart of Aventura, today announced the appointment of John Rogers as Hotel Manager. In this newly created role, Rogers will report directly to Jeff Klein, the Vice President and Managing Director of Turnberry Isle Miami, and help him manage all operations as the property doubles its capacity and introduces new amenities. The property is undergoing a significant expansion and upon completion, it will be rebranded as a JW Marriott, a member of Marriott's prestigious group of luxury brands.

“I am thrilled to welcome John Rogers to Turnberry.  John is an exceptional leader and has built his entire career in the hospitality industry. I had the pleasure of working with John at other properties and know firsthand what an asset he is,” said Jeff Klein, Vice President and Managing Director of Turnberry Isle Miami. “I look forward to working with John as Turnberry embarks on this next chapter.”

“I am so pleased to be joining the Turnberry team during this time of transformation and rapid growth,” said John Rogers, Hotel Manager of Turnberry Isle Miami.  “Turnberry is a beloved destination and the enhancements underway will only make this resort resonate more with guests and club members.  It will be very gratifying to support the evolution of Turnberry into a JW Marriott.”

Prior to joining Turnberry Isle Miami, John Rogers served as the Director of Restaurant and Bar Operations at EAST, Miami, a 352-room luxury hotel, and as the Director of Operations for Food and Beverage at the Faena Hotel, a 180-room luxury property. He was part of the opening teams for both properties. Rogers also worked at Fontainebleau Miami Beach, a sister property of Turnberry Isle Miami, for seven years.  Most recently, he served as the 1504-room resort's Director of Food and Beverage. Rogers was responsible for the overall daily leadership and execution of the entire food and beverage program onsite which included 12 venues and more than 1,200 team members.   During the course of his career, Rogers has also held positions at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel and the Intercontinental Miami Hotel.  Rogers earned a BS in Hospitality Management from Florida International University.

Turnberry Isle Miami is owned by Turnberry, a real estate development company with a 50-year history in South Florida.  The resort's renovation is slated for completion at the end of 2018 and underscores Turnberry's long-standing commitment to the Aventura community.

About Turnberry

Tucked away on 300 acres between Miami and Fort Lauderdale, Turnberry Isle Miami is a tropical oasis with a culture of authenticity, and enriching experiences. The resort is renowned for its two championship golf courses redesigned by Raymond Floyd, Celebrity Chef Michael Mina's award-winning BOURBON STEAK restaurant, new on-property dining destination CORSAIR Kitchen & Bar, three-story âme Wellness Spa & Wellness Collective, the elite Cañas Tennis Center, two relaxing pools, meetings space, and an engaging Turnberry Kids' Camp. For more information visit: www.turnberryislemiami.com.

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