Turks & Caicos' The Sands at Grace Bay Resort Hires New General Manager

The Sands at Grace Bay recently announced the appointment of Mona Beeson as the resort’s new general manager. Beeson brings more than 32 years of hospitality experience to the luxurious Providenciales resort, having most recently served as the resident manager for The Sands at Grace Bay’s sister-property - The Regent Palms Resort, Turks & Caicos.
 
Pierre Beswick, The Sands at Grace Bay's former general manager for six years, will serve as the vice president of resort assets for The Hartling Group. Beswick will oversee the asset management department for The Hartling Group’s three Providenciales properties, including The Sands at Grace Bay, The Regent Palms and the company's most recent luxury pre-construction development, The Shore Club on Long Bay.
 
Beeson acquired extensive industry knowledge and leadership experience through Marriott Hotels, where she held several key management positions over a 24-year period. Beeson spent 16 successful years at the Albuquerque, New Mexico Marriott Hotel where she escalated to the director of rooms operations.

She continued on to five revered Marriott property locations including Marriott’s Grand Hotel Resort in Point Clear, Alabama as resident manager; the Crystal Palace Resort and Casino in Cable Beach Bahamas as the executive director of the rooms division;  the New Orleans Marriott as front office manager and at the Courtyard by Marriott in Metairie, Louisiana as general manager. Finally, Beeson arrived in Houston at the JW Marriott at the Galleria as director of operations.

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