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Carillon Miami Wellness Plans Redesign and Appoints Director

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Carillon Miami Wellness Resort

Carillon Miami Wellness Resort has announced plans to upgrade and redesign its resort’s public and events space. In addition to this announcement, Carillon Miami Wellness Resort has named Paul Nash as managing director.

Renovations will focus on improving guests and residents experience by refurbishing the lobby and redesigning the lounge and outdoor spaces. Leading the renovations will be Peter Silling who was responsible for the renovation of the Waldhaus Films Alpine Grand Hotel & Spa in Switzerland.

"This is an exciting time at Carillon Miami as we continue transforming the property and firmly establishing it as a world-class wellness destination and luxury lifestyle community." — James Zenni, chairman of Carillon Miami's board of directors and president and chief executive officer of Z Capital Partners.

In addition to the redesign news, Carillon Miami Wellness Resort has appointed Paul Nash as managing director of the resort. Paul Nash joins the resort with over 17 years of experience at various hotels and resorts. Recently, he served as corporate director of operations at the Al Khozama Management Company in the Middle East.

"This is an exciting time at Carillon Miami as we continue transforming the property and firmly establishing it as a world-class wellness destination and luxury lifestyle community," said James Zenni, chairman of Carillon Miami's board of directors and president and chief executive officer of Z Capital Partners.

"[Nash] brings deep industry knowledge, valuable operational expertise and extensive experience managing luxury lifestyle hotels and spas around the world. I look forward to witnessing the exciting changes to the Carillon Miami under Paul's leadership," added Zenni.