Anthony BIshop, CHA
Tony got his start in hospitality with large hotel franchise companies including InterContinental, Choice Hotels & Accor. He moved up very quickly and at just 19 was the youngest General Manager and youngest person, at least at the time, to receive CHA (Certified Hospitality Administrator) status. ‘Retiring’ from hotel management at 21, Tony jumped headfirst into real estate, where he found immediate success and almost immediately fell in love with an abandoned Queen Anne style mansion. This serendipitous discovery of such an incredibly historic property lead to the creation of his first Boutique Hotel, The Worthington Mansion. Never one to sit still for long, Tony then took on the symphony world as the Sales Manager for the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra, where he took his hotel revenue management expertise to the theatre by implementing demand based pricing, adding tens of thousands of dollars in incremental revenue.
For the past 12 years Tony has worked helping other independent properties achieve their goals. This has included dozens of consulting projects in addition to developing, operating, and brokering the sales of his own personal boutique properties.
Nettie has built her career based on lifestyle, having navigated her way around Sydney’s fashion, art, design and food scene…
…travel is the natural progression for her resume and has proven to be so with the creation of ‘Riche Luxe Travel’….luxury escorted tours to Mexico, Italy, Morocco and beyond. An avid traveller hungry for adventure, Nettie has spent the last 4 years living abroad in destinations around Europe and The Americas aiming to minimalise her exposure to winter. In doing so she has become somewhat of a global ‘insider’. Intuition, experience, organisation, a savvy knack for finding great deals and an eye for seamless detail gives her the edge in itinerary design…
Oh! and did we mention she is your ‘live to eat type of person’, there will
always be fabulous restaurant recommendations.