Dream Hotel Group Appoints Kevin Croke as General Manager of Tideline Ocean Resort & Spa in Palm Beach, Florida

USA, New York City, New York. July 30, 2019

Renowned hotel brand and management company, Dream Hotel Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin Croke as General Manager of Tideline Ocean Resort & Spa, overseeing the management of the resort's operations. Steeped in the beauty of the Atlantic Ocean, Tideline Ocean Resort & Spa blends breathtaking panoramic ocean side views with upscale hospitality and accommodations.

"Kevin's impressive lifestyle management experience across the East Coast make him an ideal fit for our growing team of industry experts," said Jay Stein, Chief Executive Officer, Dream Hotel Group. "He will undoubtedly prove to be an invaluable asset in helping us reach our goals, and we are thrilled to welcome him to our team at Tideline Ocean Resort & Spa."

Croke is a 30-year award-winning veteran of the hospitality industry who has a wealth of operations, sales and marketing experience. Most recently, Kevin served as General Manager of the Mayfair Hotel and Spa at Coconut Grove located in Miami. Prior to The Mayfair, he consulted for Starwood Hotels & Resorts on the conversion of the Viceroy Hotel to the W Hotel Miami. For nearly 17 years, he was the Director of Sales and Marketing for Interstate Hotels & Resorts' Roosevelt Hotel in New York City where he was named HSMAI ‘Executive of the Year' for the New York City chapter and was awarded the HSMAI Adrian Award for ‘Excellence in Public Relations and Web Design.'

Croke grew up in New York and attended Johnson and Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island, graduating with a bachelor's degree in hospitality sales and meeting management. Upon graduation, he held several leadership roles at The Millennium Hilton New York City, Sheraton Stamford Hotel, Doral Hotels of New York City, and the Englewood Radisson Hotel in New Jersey. A native New Yorker, Kevin now resides in South Florida.

"Tideline's commitment to excellence and exceptional hospitality is what sets us apart from the competition," said Kevin Croke, General Manager, Tideline Ocean Resort & Spa. "I couldn't be more thrilled to join such a dynamic team and inspiring community."

Tideline Ocean Resort & Spa features a private white-sand beach with breathtaking panoramic Atlantic Ocean views, outdoor heated pool, whirlpool and poolside bar, world-class dining at two on-site restaurants, a beachfront cocktail lounge, 7,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meetings and event space, including oceanfront ballroom, and a 6,000-square-foot full-service spa with seven treatment rooms. The 134-room boutique hotel was recently honored as one of Florida's top resorts in Condé Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Awards.

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