Obadon Hotel Group Names Doug McLain Regional Director Of Sales Marketing

The Obadon Hotel Group, management company of the famed Brazilian Court Hotel, has appointed Doug McLain as regional director of sales and marketing. McLain will oversee all sales, marketing and revenue generating functions at Obadon. Obadon's portfolio includes The Omphoy Ocean Resort in Palm Beach, The Traymore Hotel in South Beach, and the Mayfair Hotel Spa in Coconut Grove.

McLain has more than 25 years of experience in the corporate, franchise and international hotel industry. He graduated from the Hotel and Restaurant Management program at Fairleigh Dickinson University with a bachelors of science. He then began his career at The Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York City before spending the next eight years with Interstate Hotels.

McLain moved on to hold various positions at Wyndham International, including regional director of business development for more then 20 hotels and resorts in Florida and the Caribbean; director of sales and marketing for the Wyndham Bonaventure Resort Spa; director of group sales at the Wyndham Palace Resort and Spa; national sales representative for the Midwest region, Wyndham El Conquistador Resort Country Club Las Casitas Village; and director of sales and marketing at the Wyndham El San Juan Hotel and Casino. Most recently, McLain was the corporate director of sales and marketing at Core Hospitality, LLC.

“McLain’s focus on driving top-line revenue, generated through the strategic development of brand distribution and E-commerce channels, group and transient sales, coupled with his extensive revenue management skills, makes him the key driver of Obadon’s revpar (revenue per available room) growth,” says Jay Litt, one of Obadon’s key advisors.

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