Westin was so nice for Henry

The Westin Casuarina Resort and Spa
hosted Jamaica’s Minister of Transport and Works Mike Henry during his recent
visit here in the capacity as president and general manager of the Humble Lions
Football Club.

The Humble Lions played two
friendly games against the Cayman Islands men’s team as part of the
preparations before leaving for Puerto Rico for the Digicel Caribbean Cup
competition.

Henry thoroughly enjoyed his three
days as a complimentary guest of the Westin at the request of the Cayman
Islands Football Association. Henry praised the Cayman Islands government, CIFA
and the Westin for their professionalism. He said: “I was very pleased with the
protocol implemented by the government of the Cayman Islands, the Jamaica Consulate
and the Cayman Islands Football Association staff during my stay on the island.
The services of the driver assigned to me by the government were second to
none.

“The hospitality of the Westin
Hotel staff was excellent and I was very impressed. It was a pleasure visiting
the Cayman Islands. My coaching staff and players were treated remarkably well,
the accommodation and the meals that were served to them was acceptable. The
facilities at the venues were top of the line and the spectators were very friendly.
Cayman was like home for the entire delegation.”

The Westin’s reservation manager
Nathalie Khouri-Taghriny was thrilled to have Henry staying there. She said:
“It was a pleasure meeting Mike Henry. He is a charming man and a delight to
serve. I hope he enjoyed the Island and his stay with us and we hope to welcome
him again in the near future.”

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