Special recognition for Nelson Spring Beach Resort, Nevis
|Ms. Jeanette Grell-Hull|
CHARLESTOWN, Nevis – 7′” September 2012: The Board of Directors and Management of Nelson Spring Beach Resort are elated with a recent international recognition from the travel website, TripAdvisor.com.
In a congratulatory letter to the directors, President of TripAdvisor for business, Christene Peterson, commended Nelson Spring Beach Resort for earning a “Recommended on TripAdvisor” Sticker.
The letter noted, “Travelers are impressed by your business and service standards, and it shows in their reviews. We’re recognizing this impressive accomplishment by presenting you with a coveted ‘Recommended on TripAdvisor ‘Sticker’. As only 3+ rated properties will receive this TripAdvisor accolade, we hope you’ll display your sticker with pride for customers to see”.
According to Ms Peterson, TripAdvisor is the world’s largest travel web site which attracts more than 50 million savvy visitors monthly seeking advice on hotels, restaurants and attractions.
Chairman of the Board of Directors for Nelson Spring Beach Resort, Mr. Gene Cranford and Mr. Thom Gibb, are elated with the accolade, noting that “the resort staff of 10 persons are the ones to be commended for the achievement”.
“We are delighted with the significant recognition from Trip Advisor, as it independently justifies the efforts of our dedicated staff to ensure that Nelson Spring Beach Resort achieves the high rating as one of the top beach front resorts in the Caribbean”.
The Nelson Spring Beach Resort is an upscale beachfront condominium property situated on Nevis’ north-western coastline.
The General Manager, Ms. Jeanette Grell-Hull MH, who has over 40 years experience in the travel and hospitality industries, is also very elated with the recognition, thanks her staff for their dedication and hard work which has ranked Nelson Spring Beach Resort as one of the top beach resorts in the Caribbean.
TripAdvisor.com is a travel website that assists customers in gathering travel information, posting reviews and opinions of travel-related content and interactive travel forums. The website services are free to users, who provide most of the content.