Marriott Hotel D-1 Before-the-public-opening

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Haiti - Tourism : Marriott Hotel, D-1 before the public opening
24/02/2015 08:55:50

Haiti - Tourism : Marriott Hotel, D-1 before the public opening This Tuesday, February 24 Digicel will hand the keys of the Marriott Hotel, a 11-storey building, built according to the standards of the hotel group, to the International chain Marriott. As early as Wednesday, February 25, accommodation and food services, of this upscale hotel will be open to the public.

Recall that this new high-end tourism infrastructure of $ 45 million, born of the desire to stimulate economic recovery in Haiti is the result of a partnership between Digicel, Marriott International and the Clinton Global Initiative. Download the hotel fact sheet (in french) : http://www.haitilibre.com/docs/Port_Au_Prince_Marriott_Fact_Sheet-PR-french.pdf

The significant advantage brought by Marriott Haiti, in terms of service, it is its own management. Indeed, the hotel is managed by the Marriott group itself, to ensure a quality service that meets the very stringent criteria of the brand. Thus, customers will receive the same service and the same attention as in any other Marriott worldwide.





This new hotel will create about 200 permanent jobs and help stimulate the local economy by using, whenever possible, local resources (agricultural products, livestock production, decoration and home goods) and finally to participate in the stimulus of the tourist offer in Haiti by providing top service. To do this, Marriott Haiti works in partnership with several local institutions such as Afè Nèg Combite (fruits and vegetables), Ayiti Natives (cosmetics), Rebo (coffee shop), to which will be add other partners.

At the head of the hotel, a management team composed primarily of professionals with long experience in the Marriott chain, foreign and Haitian diaspora (8%). There notably 60% of women in executive positions at Marriott Haiti, including two Haitian women Sharon Sylhomme, to the Financial Directorate, and Edwidge Solages in the Human Resources Directorate, and a French Elsa Sammartano in the Marketing and Sales Directorate.

Marriott Haiti is staffed 99% of Haitians including supervisory positions. The company also places emphasis on training by encouraging its employees to continue to learn outside of their working time by providing free online courses and a computer lab. Once in the group, it is a local or international career that awaits them.

For reservations : Port Au Prince Haiti | Marriott Port-au-Prince Hotel

See also :
Haiti - Tourism : D-5 before the opening of the Marriott Hotel - HaitiLibre.com : Haiti news 7/7

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Haiti - Tourism : Marriott Hotel, D-1 before the public opening
24/02/2015 08:55:50

Haiti - Tourism : Marriott Hotel, D-1 before the public opening This Tuesday, February 24 Digicel will hand the keys of the Marriott Hotel, a 11-storey building, built according to the standards of the hotel group, to the International chain Marriott. As early as Wednesday, February 25, accommodation and food services, of this upscale hotel will be open to the public.

Recall that this new high-end tourism infrastructure of $ 45 million, born of the desire to stimulate economic recovery in Haiti is the result of a partnership between Digicel, Marriott International and the Clinton Global Initiative. Download the hotel fact sheet (in french) : http://www.haitilibre.com/docs/Port_Au_Prince_Marriott_Fact_Sheet-PR-french.pdf

The significant advantage brought by Marriott Haiti, in terms of service, it is its own management. Indeed, the hotel is managed by the Marriott group itself, to ensure a quality service that meets the very stringent criteria of the brand. Thus, customers will receive the same service and the same attention as in any other Marriott worldwide.





This new hotel will create about 200 permanent jobs and help stimulate the local economy by using, whenever possible, local resources (agricultural products, livestock production, decoration and home goods) and finally to participate in the stimulus of the tourist offer in Haiti by providing top service. To do this, Marriott Haiti works in partnership with several local institutions such as Afè Nèg Combite (fruits and vegetables), Ayiti Natives (cosmetics), Rebo (coffee shop), to which will be add other partners.

At the head of the hotel, a management team composed primarily of professionals with long experience in the Marriott chain, foreign and Haitian diaspora (8%). There notably 60% of women in executive positions at Marriott Haiti, including two Haitian women Sharon Sylhomme, to the Financial Directorate, and Edwidge Solages in the Human Resources Directorate, and a French Elsa Sammartano in the Marketing and Sales Directorate.

Marriott Haiti is staffed 99% of Haitians including supervisory positions. The company also places emphasis on training by encouraging its employees to continue to learn outside of their working time by providing free online courses and a computer lab. Once in the group, it is a local or international career that awaits them.

For reservations : Port Au Prince Haiti | Marriott Port-au-Prince Hotel

See also :
Haiti - Tourism : D-5 before the opening of the Marriott Hotel - HaitiLibre.com : Haiti news 7/7

HL/ HaitiLibre


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Taj

Loyalty to Loyalty
Ok
I'm not trying to bash

so with 5 star of whatever hotels like this what is the arrangement

project financing to build

turnkey operations after Mariott Mgmt and software services for booking

Haiti gets jobs contracts for agriculture etc
tourism $ in the economy when guests leave and do things
I know its something but is it enough? or there isn't much leverage to get much more and this would be standard no matter the island?

But the hotel profits everything goes back to the Marriott group
 

Aquinhaiti4ever

Registered User
Here we go again another expert about everything why don't you call the people who invested millions in hotel projects this question
 

Mrs. Campbell

Girl Crush
Hoping all this development trickle down to the everyday man/woman/child.

For example, food for these hotels comes from local farmers and fishermen.


Haiti deserves to win!
 

tikreyol

Got Kompa?
Hoping all this development trickle down to the everyday man/woman/child.

For example, food for these hotels comes from local farmers and fishermen.


Haiti deserves to win!
Most of them are used as party venues believe it or not. Actually all of them are used as party venues :kicks
 
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