UNNA Resorts Joerg Roterberg as Group General Manager of Two Properties

The hotel is scheduled to open in 2019, and will be the first Hilton property in Barbados.
Barbados Beach

UNNA Living has appointed Joerg Roterberg group general manager of Saint Peter’s Bay Luxury Resort and Residences and Port Ferdinand Yacht and Beach Club Residences in Barbados . 

Roterberg has worked in international hospitality for more than 25 years in various markets, including Antigua, British Virgin Islands, South Africa and more. As group GM, Roterberg will direct management, operations, and business development initiatives for the Caribbean properties. 

Roterberg is coming from Silversands Grenada, where he was opening general manager for the Caribbean hotel. Prior to Grenada, Roterberg held leadership roles at several properties, including Raffles Seychelles; Elite Island Resorts, Barbados; and the (former) One&Only Le Touessrok, Mauritius.  

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UNNA Living says Roterberg is well-placed to oversee both properties’ collection of villa-style accommodations, two food and beverage outlets, spa, and concierge and guest experience program. 

With two to five-bedroom luxury harbor-front villas, Port Ferdinand Yacht & Beach Club Residences is situated in a full-service marina and yachting community. Amenities include Sandbox Tree Spa and fitness center, yacht berths and services, pool and beach access, two waterfront restaurants and Nikki Beach Club.

With three- and five-bedroom beachfront villas, sister property St. Peter’s Bay Resort & Residences offers villa-style residences spread over an acre of beach. Amenities include a lagoon-style swimming pool, fitness center, a water sports activity center, and a beachfront dining venue.

Both properties, as reported by our sibling publication, Travel Agentare offering diving experiences. A selection of them, fusing both scuba diving and snorkeling, will take guests across wrecks and reefs in Carlisle Bay Marine Park suited for divers of all levels. 

This article originally appeared on www.travelagentcentral.com

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