PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL. AUG. 22 – Frenchman’s Creek, a prestigious South Florida residential community with a reputation for a catered and luxurious lifestyle, has been applauded for its excellence as a training destination for those seeking top hospitality careers.

Les Roches Hotel Management School in the Swiss Alps, which specializes in hospitality career development, has praised the International Training Program at Frenchman’s Creek, home to multimillion-dollar residences, four world-class restaurants, two tournament golf courses, its own private beach club and a hospitality training program that has quietly grown to more than one hundred students annually.

“Its excellent reputation has paved the way for employment after graduation. Our campuses are located in Switzerland, Spain and China and students welcome the training diversity, rotations into different departments and the extremely professional treatment of staff and supervisors. Frenchman’s Creek has become an exceptional training environment for our students from all over the world. Excellent staff lodging, extraordinary food and the proximity to a regal lifestyle make their transition particularly enjoyable,” said Les Roches Manager Hans Ferch.

Joseph R. Russo, Mayor of Palm Beach Gardens, also applauded Frenchman’s Creek’s training program. “In Palm Beach Gardens, we are proud of our belief that our City is the perfect place to ‘Live, Play, Learn, Work.’  This program is a wonderful way to build international relations and bring diversity to our City.  We welcome their students to Palm Beach Gardens and hope that we can be part of their over-all positive experience.” 

The architect of the exceptional program, which invites top hospitality students from around the world to vie for selection, is Achal Goswami, Frenchman’s Creek Executive Director and COO. He brings decades of hospitality experience serving guests at the world’s most exclusive hotels that includes opening new hotels for The Ritz-Carlton.

“From the moment our members and their guests arrive at the Club House, Beach Club, Golf Center, Tennis Center or the Spa & Fitness Club, every possible need is fulfilled. Students can learn from the best on how to deliver Frenchman’s Creek’s legendary service, while our members enjoy an international flair,” Goswami said.

Taking its name from the enduring romance novel by English author Daphne du Maurier, Frenchman’s Creek,, situated along Florida’s east coast, is resplendent with world-class golf courses, custom estates, villas, patio homes and town homes that comprise nearly 800 acres. It’s one of the only premier communities in the nation that owns its own private beach club. Executive chef Bernd Linsenmayer, who holds a German Kitchen Master’s degree, runs its four exceptional restaurants.
Mark Hopkinson
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