The arrival experience provides guests with a first impression of the hotel. You never get a second chance at a first impression, so it is important to make the guest’s arrival as pleasant as possible. That is, among others, the important task of a bellman. At the Barceló Aruba two jubilee bellmen are saying goodbye to the job they have loved for respectively 42 and 44 years.
Nick Rasmijn is working for Barceló 44 years, Ketty Lispier completed 44 years. Long-term loyal Barceló guests Dede and Ricky Grosser from Rochester, New York would like to shine a spotlight on these two wonderful men that day in, day out did their upmost to please the guests. Their retirement should go with a recognition of their 40 plus loyal years to the Barceló Aruba, is the opinion of the Grossers. Aruba Today couldn’t agree more, so congratulations to Rasmijn and Lispier! Enjoy your retirement after all these years of serving our appreciated visitors.