Westin names new food and beverage boss
July 2, 2014
AVON — The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa at Beaver Creek Mountain recently announced that it has hired Jayden Callahan to serve at the director of food and beverage at the resort.
Callahan will oversee all operations at Maya, The Westin Riverfront's modern Mexican kitchen and tequileria, the Lift, which serves breakfast and lunch daily, the Lobby Bar and a new full-service Starbucks opening in August. In addition, she will oversee all food and beverage offerings in the resort's more than 7,500 square feet of banquet and meeting space, including the 4,000 square foot Riverside Ballroom, and the 2,000 square foot outdoor banquet terrace.
Callahan joins The Westin Riverfront from Hawaii's Sheraton Kauai Resort, where she served as the director of food & beverage for more than two years. Other previous experience includes serving as the food & beverage venues manager at The Westin Princeville Ocean Resort and as the general manager of several restaurants in Hawaii and Colorado.
"We are thrilled to have Jayden and her extensive experience at The Westin Riverfront," said general manager Jeffery Burrell. "She joined our team at an excellent time as we are gearing up for the peak summer season on Maya's magnificent terrace and our unique Wedding Lawn."
The Westin Riverfront features 230 finely appointed guest residences ranging from studio suites to three-bedroom condominiums, all with custom kitchens, five-piece bathrooms, gas fireplaces and Westin Heavenly Beds. Amenities include a ski valet, a Westin Kids Club, the state-of-the-art Athletic Club at The Westin, a year-round outdoor pool and three infinity-edged hot tubs. Spa Anjali offers an extensive menu of treatments focusing on healing mountain traditions.
For more information, go to http://www.westinriverfrontbeavercreek.com or call 866-949-1616.
Trending In: Announcements
- Arapahoe Basin volunteer ski patrol program finished after at least 4 decades
- Glenwood commuting challenge mounts for Eagle County residents
- Woodchuck starts car fire in Steamboat Springs, flees scene, later apprehended
- David Walder, of Edwards, died Monday in Sweetwater Jeep rollover accident
- Huskies 3,200 relay strikes gold at state meet