Photos: Minister Meets With Hotel Managers

June 28, 2022

“This coming July will make it three months since my appointment as Minister of Tourism, and these critical tourism stakeholder meetings are vital to enhancing our working relationships and obtaining valuable insight into Bermuda’s tourism product,” said Minister of Tourism Vance Campbell as he continued visiting and meeting with senior management at tourist accommodations across the island.

A Government spokesperson said, “In recent months, Minister Campbell, accompanied by M.P. Crystal Caesar has met with with hotel property managers to strengthen the working relationships with tourism stakeholders. Having met with management from the Mid Ocean Club, Grotto Bay Resort, and Cambridge Beaches, Minister Campbell went on to meet and strengthen relationships with:

  • Hamilton Princess General Manager Tim Morrison and Director of Rooms Roydell Neverson;
  • Reefs Resort and Club President David Dodwell Sr. and General Manager David Dodwell Jr;
  • Rosewood Bermuda General Manager Sascha Hemmann and Director of Operations Esan Fredrick;
  • Newstead Belmont Hills General Manager Bushara Bushara, Director of Rooms Kamila Bean and HR Director/Property Manager Gary Burgess; and
  • Royal Palms Hotel General Manager Theresa Harney Zuill.

“Strengthening the lines of communication and collaboration can provide a competitive advantage in our tourism product and everything we do,” said Minister Campbell.

“The discussions held over the past few months have increased my respect and appreciation for the resilience of those in our tourism industry and their unwavering commitment to Bermuda’s tourism product. As I continue meeting and visiting other tourism-related businesses, I want to remind all of Bermuda’s tourism stakeholders that this government remains committed to your success. Because of you, Bermuda maintains its reputation as the Jewel of the Atlantic.”









Photo courtesy Dept. of Communications//Mark Tatem

Photo courtesy Dept. of Communications//Mark Tatem

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  1. watching says:

    Good stuff Minister Campbell and MP Caesar.

    • sandgrownan says:

      What good stuff? What did they actually bring to the table of value here?

    • Question says:

      Two more useless elected muppets you will never find.

  2. puzzled says:

    A Joke.

  3. Ringmaster says:

    Tourism has been decimated by the actions of the PLP. There is a Minister of Tourism and the BTA headed by an MP. Why? It seems every year the BTA tries to rebrand Bermuda into another place it is not, numbers are down but they praise themselves for a job well done. Burt is more interested in promoting his entry level jobs in Fintech, a drop in the ocean compared to the number of jobs that can be created in tourism if there was less interference from the PLP. Start with listening to the stakeholders, hotels and cruise ships, and get rid of the needless and useless TAF and $40.

    • sandgrownan says:

      You hit the nail on the head. It’s all about control. The PLP were livid that the OBA created the BTA to prevent political meddling and corruption. Livid. No more GlobalHue, Playboy mansion trips and donations to fake charities in California.

      It hired industry professionals, no-one with a political axe to grind. When the idiots regained power in 2017, it’s effectiveness was severely hampered, it’s charter weakened and political interference guaranteed. Yes men were hired, and those that “didn’t fit” were elbowed out.

      It’s the PLP way, and another example of why Bermuda is circling the drain.

      The TAF is simply the icing on the cake. Pricks.

    • Toodle-oo says:

      *It seems every year the BTA tries to rebrand Bermuda into another place it is not*

      “feel the love” LOL

  4. Tourism will never improve in Bermuda until the TA forms are eliminated and all those wearing face diapers such as those in the pics at Rosewood that never have worked, stop that nonsense..

    The world has moved on, and yet Bermuda is still stuck on stupid…