Joey Issa Offers High Five Congratulations

324a- A high five congratulation - Hedo News -  March 1997 Joe Joey Joseph Issa JamaicaPhoto Caption: A high five congratulation being offered Carlton by VP, Finance, Joey Issa as VP Operations Jag Mehta and VP HRD, Noel Brown wait their turn to offer congrats.

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    A beacon of British style and sophistication, Jumeirah Carlton Tower is a renowned five star hotel in London, located in the heart of the city’s central area.

    Located on Sloane Street, the hub of Knightsbridge, this luxury hotel is one of the best hotels in London and boasts 216 guest rooms including 58 suites. These include the exclusive Royal Suite, offering superb views of the London skyline and spacious Executive Suites, ideal for business travellers.

    Home to one of London’s most exclusive health clubs, The Peak Health Club & Spa, you can enjoy a relaxing spa treatment or invigorating workout in the gym. Combined with award-winning restaurants and elegant bars, Jumeirah Carlton Tower is the ideal destination for your next London city break.

    Key attractions close to Jumeirah Carlton Tower include Hyde Park, and the city’s finest luxury shopping at Sloane Street’s boutiques and Harrods and Harvey Nichols are within easy walking distance.

  2. Tourism workers rewarded for excellence
    Monday, June 11, 2012

    Mark Hart (3rd left) and the Caribbean Producers Jamaica team, receive the JHTA ‘Purveyor of the Year’ award from President Evelyn Smith (4th left) at the JHTA’s 51st anniversary awards luncheon at the Wyndham Kingston Hotel recently.

    ROUND Hill Hotel General Manager Omar Robinson, Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort Spa Greenhouse Technician Omar Todd, and Valentine McKenzie, head chef at Couples Sans Souci, were named ‘Hotelier of the Year’, ‘Hotel Employee of the Year’ and ‘Hotel Manager of the Year’, respectively, by the Jamaica Hotel & Tourist Association (JHTA) at its 51st awards luncheon at the Wyndham Kingston Hotel recently.

  3. Of birthdays, love and balls
    published: Friday | February 15, 2008

    Chester Francis-Jackson, Contributor

    And so, my dears, with love in the air and all, sweet-things, it’s been one fabulous week, and then some! Yesterday proved one very hot Valentine’s Day, with Kingston’s preferred restaurants and eateries humming like a fab beehive!

    It was, however, a fine day for a party, and partying there was aplenty. To begin with, it was a double celebration for Kingston’s reigning first couple of haute chic, style king Kingsley Cooper and his fabulous companion, the doyen of haute-fabulissimo, Romae Gordon, who celebrated her birthday yesterday. Cooper celebrated continued business success.

  4. ‘Mythical’ swan photo taken down after ‘bestiality’ fears
    A photograph of a naked woman and a swan was taken down after a police officer complained that it appeared to “condone bestiality”, an art gallery has claimed.

    A 16th Century version of Leda and the Swan. The myth was explored by Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and yeates, among others Photo: REX
    Hannah Furness By Hannah Furness7:00AM BST 28 Apr 2012 Comments478 Comments
    The Scream gallery in Mayfair had exhibited the artwork for a month with no complaints from the public. The work is intended as modern depiction of the Greek myth of Leda and the Swan.
    But a Metropolitan police officer who saw the Derrick Santini image from a bus was alarmed.

  5. Jag Mehta has been appointed General Manager at Breezes Runaway Bay, Jamaica
    Jag Mehta
    Mehta has been with SuperClubs since 1993. Prior to his joining the Super-Inclusive resort chain, he was senior vice president of The Myers Group in Nassau, Bahamas, and president, Normandie Hotels Corp., where he managed the re-opening of the Radisson Normandie Hotel. In 1985 and again in 1991, Mehta was assistant to the president at Williams Hospitality Management Corp. in San Juan, where he worked on the re-openings of the El San Juan Hotel and El Conquistador Resort. For 16 years prior, Mehta worked for Hilton International in a number of roles including general manager of Caribe Hilton International, San Juan, Condado Beach – La Concha Hotel and Convention Centre, and Jamaica Hilton, Ocho Rios.

  6. MASTER CLASS: Iconic vessel-maker Jag Mehta on his craft and making culinary magic IN GOOD COMPANY: Mehta (second right), with Suzanne McManus, Bev Manley Duncan and D.K. Duncan. (Photo: Jamaica Gleaner) Though his dazzling cloud-white hair marks him as a man of a certain number, Jag Mehta laughingly shields his age like the fiercely guarded KFC secret. But while he remains faithfully mum on that personal subject, the Indian-born, inspiringly wise ceramicist has no problem freely discussing his art and aspects of his home life. TALLAWAH gets an earful:

  7. Jamaican hospitality at its finest
    The Jamaican way of giving back to your staff

    If there is one time of year that majority of the northcoast hotel workers look forward to, it is the period when they get a chance to have fun and receive great gifts and awards at their annual staff parties.
    Traditionally these parties involve dining, entertainment, presentation of outstanding awards and partying.
    Scanning the northcoast, it was noted that budgetary constraints affected the outlook of some parties this year. In two noticeable instances, the parties were held on the hotel compound unlike other years when spaces were rented for these events.

  8. Celebrations All Around

    Published:Friday | February 10, 2012

    Chester Francis-Jackson, Contributor

    Belated wishes to: former MP and Education Minister Maxine Henry-Wilson, who celebrated her very special day on the first, with the partying to follow later today.

    To Mark Berry and Novia McDonald-Whyte, who celebrated on the second.

    To Stephen Ashley Jr, who celebrated on the third.

    And last Saturday, the fourth: The Most Honourable Carla Seaga; celebrated musician and musicologist Micky Bennett; the fab Jacquie Williams; Chef Joseph Kalyniuk, at Hedonism II in Negril; the lovely Karen Simms Booker, in New York; and etiquette and grooming consultant and organiser of the Miss Jamaica UK pageant, the fab June Daley, in London, England, all shared in what was a fab day.

  9. SuperClubs Names Metha General Manager of Breezes Runaway Bay

    SuperClubs Resorts named 18-year company veteran Jag Mehta general manager of Breezes Runaway Bay resort in RunawayBay, Jamaica. Prior to joining SuperClubs, Mehta was senior vice president at The Myers Group in the Bahamas, and president of Normandie Hotels Corp. Mehta was assistant to the president at Williams Hospitality Management Corp. in San Juan, and worked for Hilton International in several roles including general manager of Caribe Hilton International and Condado Beach — La Concha hotels in San Juan, and the Jamaica Hilton in Ocho Rios.

  10. New chef in town
    Thursday, July 27, 2006

    There’s a new chef at the Ritz Carlton whom some of you might have met at the recently concluded Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards. The good news is that not only is he back here “to stay”, but Lee Goble now buys sausages from Table Talk exhibitor Chris Hamilton of Hamilton’s Smoke House Ltd.

    Thursday Food takes this opportunity to not only welcome him officially to Jamaica, but to introduce him to our readers.

  11. Rallyin’ round the West Indies
    Chester Francis-Jackson, Outlook Writer

    D’Angel (left) takes a call while Rebecca Silvera gives our camera man all her attention.

    My dears, there’s nothing that unites the people of the Caribbean as cricket. And in recent years, there has been lots of innovation to the art of enjoying the sport!

    First, there was the addition of the mound, a concept designed primarily to engage the younger generation of potential West Indian fans. And then there were the corporate boxes – to some another sign of what was wrong with the game. To many, the boxes represented a bygone era of stuffy fuddy-duddies, more interested in profiling and recounting stories of the good old days, far removed from reality and trapped in theperceived glory of yesteryear.

    With the advent of the mound, and its huge success as a stimulus promoting and attracting new interests, the approach to the game, vis-à-vis the manner and environment in which fans come to enjoy same, must move from the desultory to the participatory, albeit still vicariously! With this in mind, corporate Jamaica invested in boxes at Sabina Park, with a view of infusing new and exciting life for those whom it fêtesduring cricketing season.

  12. Derville Valentine

    High fives on Kate’s big night
    PARTY girl Kate Price had plenty to smile about as she set about squeezing in five parties during a night on the lash.

  13. Surprise discovery suggests ‘gentle’ start for Solar System

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