Aqua Hotels and Aston Hotels & Resorts have announced a new partnership with Enterprise Holdings.
Airlines. • • • Matt Bailey is the new president of the Hawaii-based Aqua Hospitality and president of Aston Hotels and Resorts . A 30-year hospitality industry veteran, Bailey will retain his COO responsibilities. Aqua Hospitality
Shari Chang has left Aston Hotels & Resorts to become the CEO for Girl Scouts of Hawaii.
Guests staying at one of Aston Hotels & Resorts' properties on the Big Island of Hawaii -- the Aston Kona by the Sea, Aston Shores at Waikoloa and Aston Waikoloa Colony Villas -- are invited to plant their own koa "legacy tree" on the slopes of the Maua Kea volcano.
Vacation Holdings Hawaii has named Benjamin Rafter president of Aston Hotels & Resorts . Rafter also serves as president and CEO of Aqua Hospitality, Aston’s sister company. Vacation Holdings Hawaii acquired Aqua
Aston Waikiki Beachside Hotel. "It's stunning," said Shari Chang, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Aston Hotels & Resorts . "And it's great for people who like to look at the hubbub of Waikiki but don't want to be down in the middle of
credit card and insurance industries and has held numerous positions in product development and market distribution. • • • Aston Hotels & Resorts named Matt Bailey COO. Bailey most recently served as managing director at the Grand Wailea Resort Hotel & Spa on Maui
Aston Hotels & Resorts has named Matt Bailey its new COO. <br br />A 30-year hospitality industry veteran, Bailey has held management positions across Hawaii, Utah, California, Texas and Nevada, including a previous stint with Aston as the company’s senior vice president of operations. <br br
Two of the Aloha State’s major hotel management competitors joined forces last week when Vacations Holdings Hawaii, a subsidiary of Miami-based Interval Leisure Group and parent company for Aston Hotels & Resorts, acquired Aqua Hospitality, turning heads across the destination’s tourism industry.
disclosed. Interval made the acquisition through Vacation Holdings Hawaii, a subsidiary that includes Honolulu-based Aston Hotels & Resorts , an operator of hotels and condos in Hawaii and the U.S. mainland. Kelvin Bloom, president of Vacation Holdings Hawaii