Round Hill Hotel and Villas Appoints Catherine Ryan as Director of Sales and Marketing Ahead of Hotel Rebrand

Jamaica, Montego Bay. August 16, 2022

Round Hill Hotel & Villas is delighted to announce the appointment of Catherine Ryan as Director of Sales & Marketing. With a career spanning more than 20 years in the hospitality industry, specifically focusing on the Caribbean market, Ms. Ryan is poised to lead the historic Jamaica property through its upcoming transition and rebrand.

Ms. Ryan joins the Round Hill team at a pivotal time in the iconic property's history as they prepare for a total rebrand. Backed by her extensive experience, Ms. Ryan will continue building and expanding sales and marketing for the resort. Ms. Ryan will assume a crucial role in continuing the legacy of Round Hill as the property takes an essential step into the future.

As Director of Sales & Marketing, Ms. Ryan will help develop and execute fresh and exciting sales strategies and expand the resort's marketing initiatives. She will also assist in developing revenue-driven programming, helping enhance guests' stay on property while encouraging them to create deeper connections with the island of Jamaica.

"We are delighted to welcome Catherine to the Round Hill team, ahead of the exciting plans we have for the future," said Josef Forstmayr, Managing Director of Round Hill. "Catherine brings years of experience and crucial knowledge of the Caribbean to the property, which will help the resort seamlessly move into its next chapter."

Ms. Ryan has served as Director of Sales & Marketing at several top-tier Caribbean resorts, including Parrot Cay, Sailrock, and Beach Enclave in Turks & Caicos and The Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort, Rose Hall, Jamaica, where she oversaw all sales and marketing efforts.

Ms. Ryan has dedicated her career to building relationships and developing innovative programs to drive sales and awareness at some of the Caribbean's top resorts. She looks forward to bringing her creative and driven approach to Round Hill Hotel & Villas.

Business Contact:

Subscribe to our newsletter
for more Hotel Newswire articles

Related News

Choose a Social Network!

The social network you are looking for is not available.

Coming up in October 2022...

Hotel Revenue Management: Every Square Foot Matters

Traditionally, hotels have employed a room-centric revenue model. The primary focus was on pricing strategies that could generate the most revenue from the sale of rooms. However, the pandemic has forced hoteliers to look beyond room revenue exclusively, and to maximize all available revenue streams. How is this accomplished? By re-imagining the use and function of every square foot of a hotel property, and how revenue is generated from it. For example, some hotels are rethinking their spaces for different uses - offering rooms for private day meetings, or offering suites for private dinners. Other hotels with meeting spaces are moving beyond daytime conferences and events, and figuring out how to book those spaces in the evenings, on holidays and weekends, for such things as exhibitions, workshops, rehearsals and pop-ups. Still other hotels are leasing work spaces or parking spaces to businesses in their local market. The October issue of the Hotel Business Review will report on how some leading hotels are re-inventing their revenue management strategies.