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Aimbridge Hospitality Names New VP for Development

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - February 9, 2021

Hotel management company Aimbridge Hospitality has named a new Vice President of development, the company announced this week. 

The company has tapped Marco Roca Jr to the role, in which he will support the luxury and resorts vertical, focusing on new resort opportunities in North America and the Caribbean. 

“We’re deeply pleased that Marco is joining our team with a focus on expanding our already significant resort presence in North America and the Caribbean,” said Greg O’Stean, Chief Development Officer at Aimbridge Hospitality. “With 55 resorts, of which 12 are in the Caribbean, our specialized luxury and resorts vertical experts understand the nuance and complexities of the resort product, and our deep capabilities in this vertical will contribute to our continued positive growth trajectory and owner success.

Roca was most recently the co-founder and chief investment officer of Reveille Hospitality. 

He has also previously served as Vice President of business development and corporate strategy at Trust Hospitality. 

Aimbridge, the world’s largest third-party hotel operator, has a broad portfolio of properties in the Caribbean region. 

— CJ

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