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Kimpton Hotels Hosts Trade in Chapter One

Kimpton Hotels Hosts Trade in Chapter One

It was Kimpton Hotels time again in one of Dublin’s best restaurants, Chapter One, as the team led by Cindy Brewster hosted their best agents to an evening of fine dining. The team were ably assisted by the most professional duo of Judy McCluskey and Greg Evans.

Tanya and Philip Airey-Sunway are greeted by Judy McCluskey in Chapter One.

Tanya and Philip Airey, Sunway, are greeted by Judy McCluskey in Chapter One

Kimpton Hotels is a boutique hotel group that operates 64 hotels in 33 cities.

Cindy Brewster -Kimpton Hotels welcomes all the guests .

Cindy Brewster, Kimpton Hotels, welcomes the guests

Cindy Brewster welcomed the agents “with a hundred thousand welcomes”, in true Irish fashion, and thanked all the agents for the business that they booked with Kimpton during the year.

Elliott Martinez-Kimpton meets Bepe Gaidoni-BcD

Elliott Martinez, Kimpton, meets Bepe Gaidoni, BCD Travel

Martin Skelly, replying on behalf of the agents, said: “Thank you for hosting us tonight. It is nice to partner with those who want to do business with us.”

Murkesh SharmaMBE DL-World Travel Centre and Jill Maguire-Tropical Sky at the dinner.

Murkesh Sharma MBE DL, World Travel Centre, and Jill Maguire, Tropical Sky, at the dinner

Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants will manage a new, luxury lifestyle boutique hotel in Tampa, Florida, that will incorporate a restaurant from Michelin-starred Tuscan chef Silvia Baracchi. The property, which is slated to open in early 2018, further expands Kimpton’s footprint on the gulf coast of the Sunshine State and will be its seventh hotel in Florida, joining recently added Hotel Zamora in St Pete Beach, along with existing hotels in South Beach, Miami, Palm Beach and Vero Beach.

Greg Evans  speaks.

Greg Evans speaks

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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Dublin, 22nd March 2017  The Irish Travel Industry Trade Show, Ireland’s largest ever travel trade show, took place in RDS Hall 3, Dublin 4, today to a large gathering of travel professionals from across the country. The event was an opportunity for travel professionals to meet and discuss the growing challenges facing the industry. Pictured at the trade show are Pat Dawson, CEO of the ITAA and Cormac Meehan, President of the Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA).
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