Friday, April 28, 2006

Lagniappe Regency Resort & Spa

It has been a busy week. Andy, Arklie, Jocie, and Curt were in Atlanta for meetings with MNA Wednesday and Thursday. Everyone returned home except Arklie who brought a videographer to Bay St. Louis. We met at the Lagniappe office and drove to New Orleans, interviewing Ray Canata of Redeemer as well as staff from Desire Street. While we were away Jordan and Conrad coordinated several relief teams with the rehabing of our new property. Jean met with the Memphis Presbytery of the EPC and is returning for his interview tomorrow (Saturday). The groups in house this weekend are Yazoo City, Christ Pres of Birmingham, New City Fellowship (Chattanooga), Faith Pres. Brookhaven, and a Rotary group from Pennsylvania. The groups are concentrating on wiring homes, roofing Troy and Kelly's, and getting our property ready for June 1. Did I mention that full capacity at the Lagniappe Regency Resort and Spa (LRRS) will be 200. At the Regency you will be greeted by valet parkers who will pamper your car while the bellmen escort you into our plush bunk house where you will enjoy lavish amenities, including concierge service and private lounge serving Continental Breakfast, evening cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. Spanish-inspired top-floor accommodations pamper you with one king or two queen beds, deluxe Portico bath amenities, plush robes, daily newspaper, high-speed Internet access, and a step-out balcony offering magnificent ocean, pool, or island views. There's plenty to keep you occupied while visiting us. Whether you're an exercise enthusiast, a shopping buff, or a relaxation addict, we've got just the right activity for you and your family. Oh sorry, that was from the Hyatt Regency Aruba. Well things are similar. We have beds, food, and lots of activities to keep you busy. Let us pamper you!

3 comments:

Jocie said...

Curt, you're a nut. We're supposed to be keeping expectations low, so the volunteers are thrilled to have an air mattress to sleep on...

Craig L. McAllester said...

For a moment there, I thought I should have designed a second floor to the bunkhouses--and where is this spa going to go. I am glad you were only day dreaming.
My talk went well today, I am hoping to drive more bunkhouse residents your way. I'll keep you all in my prayers.--Craig

Tina said...

Wow that looks like an amazing place to stay! Could I make a reservation?? hahaha Do you have a certified massage therapist available? I would like to make an appointment for a full day spa treatment! thanks