Nigel Keatley

New GM at Sooke Harbour Marina and Resort

Nigel Keatley takes the reins at Sooke's True Key Hotel and Resort

True Key Hotels & Resorts has announced the appointment of Nigel Keatley to the role of General Manager at the Sooke Harbour Resort & Marina.

With over seven years of management experience in the lodging industry and more than nine years spent on Vancouver Island, Keatley brings a diverse level of management and hospitality experience and is a welcome addition to the True Key family.

Sooke Harbour Resort & Marina is the newest property acquired by True Key Hotels & Resorts. True Key is actively involved in the management of luxury resort properties throughout BC.

To learn more visit  www.truekeyhotelsandresorts.ca

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