S.C. Sonesta Resort adds conference services manager

Sonesta Resort Hilton Head Island has picked Lindsay Wooten to serve as conference services manager. Photo credit: Sonesta International Hotels Corporation
Lindsay Wooten. Photo credit: Sonesta
International Hotels Corporation

South Carolina’s Sonesta Resort Hilton Head Island announced the appointment of Lindsay Wooten as its new conference services manager. Coming from a background in catering and events management, Wooten will now coordinate meetings, conventions and events for the resort.

Most recently, Wooten worked for The Ridge Hotel in Lake Geneva, Wis., as catering sales manager. Before that she served as director of catering at Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa in Indian Wells, Calif.; catering and conference services manager at Vail Cascade Resort & Spa in Vail, Colo.; and event sales manager at Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa in Jacksonville, Fla. Wooten graduated from the University of Central Florida with a degree in hospitality management and a concentration in event management.

“Lindsay is an outstanding addition to our team,” Jay Wiendl, the resort’s general manager, said in a statement. “She is a dedicated and dynamic conference services executive who brings exceptional experience and a passion for serving our groups and guests. She will be a valued resource for our clients.”

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Sonesta Resort Hilton Head Island features 340 guestrooms, a full-service spa, five restaurants and bars, a zero-entry lagoon swimming pool, a heated shade pool and hot tub and a 24-hour fitness center. The resort is located 45 miles from Savannah, Ga., and 7 miles from the Hilton Head Island Airport.

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