Big hair, large sun glasses, bright colorful décor and groovy beats set the ambiance for Marriott’s 70s/80s welcome reception for the Annual Tourism Conference Aruba (ATCA). Over 80 ATCA delegates including the top wholesalers, travel agents and airline partners gathered annually in Aruba to network with the Aruba Hotels and Tourism Association (AHATA) members and Aruba’s Destination Management companies.
The Aruba Marriott brought back the 70s/80s theme with the groovy sounds of live band “the TRAMPS” and DJ Miniteca N.B. Participants danced the night away and enjoyed the delicious food. Marriott’s Director of Sales & Marketing Antoinette van den Berg and Hotel Manager Matt Knights welcomed the participants and thanked them for their continuous support in Aruba and the Marriott. The ATCA conference ends on Thursday April 11.
Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino boasts 411 guestrooms each with private balconies overlooking cascading waterfalls, a free form swimming pool and tranquil Caribbean waters. Guest exclusivity is attainable on the eighth floor through the Tradewinds Club, a boutique, ‘hotel-within-a-hotel’ concept that is paired perfectly with the new adults-only pool and lounge area. On property dining options range from light to elegant with seven restaurants and cafes, while entertainment and relaxation can be achieved in the island’s largest casino, or in the 6,500 square-foot spa. To obtain more information call the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino at 1.800.228.9290 or visit www.arubamarriott.com or www.tradewindsclubaruba.com. Connect with the Aruba Marriott’s official Facebook fan page by visiting www.facebook.com/ArubaMarriott and follow on Twitter @ArubaMarriott.