Global hospitality brand Diamond Resorts International® hosted a very special VIP at the G20 Summit in Mexico last month.
Prime Minister David Cameron was a guest at Cabo Azul Resort while visiting Baja California, Mexico for the seventh annual global Summit which took place on 18-19 June.
As well as the Prime Minister, other guests who stayed at the resort included Judith MacGregor, British Ambassador to Mexico; George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer – Second Lord of the Treasury; Lord Steven Green, Minister of State for Trade and Investment and former Group Chairman of HSBC Holdings plc; and Sir Nigel Kim Darroch, National Security Advisor to Her Majesty’s Government.
Stephen J. Cloobeck, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Diamond Resorts International®, said, "We were pleased to have the opportunity to deliver The Meaning of Yes® and provide service excellence to the British Prime Minister and fellow British dignitaries at our Cabo Azul Resort in Mexico. The resort is in a class of its own and its team members are top tier.”
Diamond Resorts International® is one of the largest hospitality companies in the world with more than 220 branded and affiliated resorts and over 27,000 guest beds in 28 countries with destinations throughout the continental United States and Hawaii, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, South America, Central America, Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa. Nearly 1.4 million owners, members and guests enjoy holidays all over the world with Diamond Resorts International®.
Diamond Resorts Corporation and its subsidiaries develop, own, operate and manage vacation ownership resorts and, through resort and partner affiliation agreements, provide owners and members with access to 75 managed resorts, 149 affiliated resorts and four cruise itineraries through THE Club® at Diamond Resorts International®.
To view Cabo Azul Resort, and for more information please visit www.diamondresorts.com/Cabo-Azul-Resort-and-Spa