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Charlotte, NC Hotel Strengthens Its Leadership Team With Two New Members

Decades' Worth of Experience Promise Great Things for the Renaissance Charlotte Suites Hotel

CHARLOTTE, NC -- (Marketwired) -- 04/04/14 -- While there are many compelling attributes that staff can bring to the table, nothing quite trumps experience. But when experience is matched with those other valuable traits like innovation, enthusiasm and dedication, the results are the kinds of résumés boasted by the two newest team members at the Renaissance Charlotte Suites Hotel.

Floyd Isley and Nancy Obstler have both cultivated distinguished careers among Charlotte, NC hotels. From opening hotels, to helming catering and sales departments, Mr. Isley and Ms. Obstler have seen and done it all when it comes to hotel management. So when Mr. Isley joined this Charlotte, NC Douglas Airport hotel as the new Director of Sales, and when Ms. Obstler joined as the new General Manager, staff and guests alike had reason to rejoice.

Mr. Isley's arrival on February 8, 2014 was not his first of his several positions within John Q. Hammons hotel group. The 20 year industry veteran previously worked at the hotel as the Senior Catering Manager before transferring to the Embassy Suites Charlotte-Concord during its pre-opening. There, he eventually traded in his position as the Director of Catering to become the property's Sales Manager.

This experience, diversified in terms of both properties and roles, bodes well for his position as Director of Sales, especially as it complements the responsibilities of Ms. Obstler. Formerly with the Embassy Suites Charlotte-Concord as well, Ms. Obstler arrived at this property in December 2013 with extensive sales experience. She joined the Embassy Suites during its construction to develop an exceptional and effective sales team that directly impacted the success of the property. However, her roles transcended sales to impact everything from hotel operations, to guest services, to the strategic development of the hotel as a whole. With 25 years of industry experience and 15 years with John Q. Hammons Hotel Group, Ms. Obstler provides impressive insight and expertise to the Renaissance Charlotte Suites Hotel.

With combined experience among hotels in Charlotte, NC that boasts impressive breadth and variety, both Mr. Isley and Ms. Obstler are positioned to lead this hotel to bright new horizons. Already the property stands out among other Charlotte airport hotels for its experienced sales staff, superior service and spacious, suite-style accommodations. With Mr. Isley and Ms. Obstler now onboard, that reputation is poised to only grow brighter.

About the Renaissance Charlotte Suites Hotel
Guests of the Renaissance Charlotte Suites Hotel enjoy a range of advantages, from its location near the airport and a wealth of cultural attractions, to its luxurious accommodations. Whether guests arrive for a business event within the hotel's 19,000 square feet of flexible event space (including one of Charlotte's largest ballrooms), or to explore the sporting events, arts, entertainment, shopping and dining surrounding the hotel (expertly curated by the hotel's Navigator concierge), they are bound to be impressed. Suite-style accommodations include two flat-screen televisions, new and luxurious bedding, separate sitting areas and microwaves. When guests feel like getting a taste of the local culinary scene, the hotel's Clock Tower Restaurant specializes in traditional American dishes, and the Atrium Lounge is perfect for an evening cocktail or light snack. And with a fitness center, indoor pool and a number of enticing outdoor activities like hiking and mountain biking all available to guests, this full-service property guarantees no one will be in a hurry to take advantage of its proximity to the airport to leave.

About Renaissance
Renaissance Hotels represents a diverse collection of more than 155 hotels in 35 countries worldwide. Each property is unique, offering passionate travelers a one-of-kind experience and memories they will be sure to take with them long after they depart. Within every hotel, guests are greeted by an exceptional array of amenities and an inspiring world of local discoveries. For travelers looking to experience something new, innovative and locally driven programs including the industry leading entertainment platform RLife LIVE as well as R Navigator, ensure that every trip is transformed into an eye-opening, unforgettable journey. Renaissance Hotels. Live Life To Discover. To discover more visit www.renhotels.com.

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