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East West Destination Hospitality names new VP of spa and wellness services

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VAIL — East West Destination Hospitality recently announced that it has promoted Gaye Steinke to the position of vice president of spa and wellness at the growing company, which manages more than $2.5 billion in vacation rental assets at mountain resorts in Colorado and California.

Steinke has worked for East West since 1998. She played a leading role in the creation of Allegria Spa at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek and Spa Anjali and the Athletic Club at The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa. Most recently she served as the general manager of Allegria, Spa Anjali and the Athletic Club at The Westin, all of which have won numerous awards.

A graduate of Boston College, Steinke is a former board member of the Green Spa Network, and also helped develop the Spa at the Ritz Carlton in Lake Tahoe, California, and Moonlight Spa in Big Sky, Montana. She also previously served as the general manager of Vail’s Aria Spa & Club.

Steinke will continue to oversee the overall vision, direction and financial attributes of East West Destination Hospitality’s managed spa and club operations, including Spa Anjali, Allegria, the Viceroy Spa in Snowmass and the Vitality Center in Vail. She will play a role in the creation of new East West Destination Hospitality spas and fitness club concepts in Hawaii, Denver and Snowmass.

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“Gaye is truly an expert in all that is spa, fitness and wellness and we very excited to have her in this new role,” said Colleen Weiss-Hanen, Chief Financial Officer and Managing Partner for East West Destination Hospitality.

For more information, please visit http://www.eastwestdestinationhospitality.com or call 970-763-7126.

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