Martin Air Familiarization trip enjoys signature Renaissance Hospitality

pict3244A group of Martin Air travel executives stopped at the Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino for delicious breakfast at Aquarius restaurant followed by a group inspection.

The dignitaries were escorted by Mildred Theijsen who showed them around the lovely complex at the heart of town.

Pictured here E-bookers Richard Lodewijk Wouters & Michiel Delaere; World ticket center representative Marije Koopmans, Montys representative Rubin Aguas Mejia, Cheaptickets representative Johannes Cornelis Petrus van Pruissen, Maduro Travel representative Samantha A.G. van de Kamp, Arubaans Verkeersbureau representative Robert P. Hart, and Martinair Holland representative Linda Theeuwen.

The Dutch visitors witnessed first hand that the Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino truly caters to all vacationers. The two distinct hotel choices offer both style and a tropical elegance. While the Renaissance Marina Hotel is a hip adult-exclusive destination for travelers over 18 the Renaissance Ocean Suites offers family-friendly accommodations and facilities as well as kid’s activities.

For guests seeking shopping and excitement, the hotel is located in the heart of Aruba’s top shopping district and is home the best casino and nightlife in Aruba.

Beachgoers can naturally bask in the sun on the 40-acre private beach on Renaissance Island or indulge in a treatment at the exclusive Spa Cove.

Group travelers have access to over 22,000 sq ft of function space at the Renaissance Convention Center as well as special themed events on Renaissance Island.

From newly wed to a family of 4, the Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino offers unforgettable vacations.

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June 21, 2009
Rona Coster