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Baha Mar appoints hotel managers

The Cable Beach mega-resort Baha Mar has announced its senior operating executives for the Rosewood, Grand Hyatt and Mondrian hotels at Baha Mar. 

Monday, July 15, 2013
Monday, July 15, 2013

Cable Beach mega-resort Baha Mar has announced its senior operating executives for Rosewood at Baha Mar, Grand Hyatt at Baha Mar and Mondrian at Baha Mar.

The newly appointed general manager of the ultra-luxury Rosewood at Baha Mar, Luis Fernandes, rejoins Rosewood and was the former managing director of Las Ventanas al Paraiso in Los Cabos, and executive assistant manager of Rosewood Hotel Al Khozama.

Focused on upscale global leisure travellers, and international conference and incentive guests, Grand Hyatt at Baha Mar will be led by Greg Saunders, a senior executive with 32 years of experience with Hyatt Hotels Corp, Marriott International and MGM Mirage specializing in the management of large convention hotels and casino properties.

Cate Farmer has been named the general manager of Mondrian at Baha Mar, Morgans Hotel Group’s boutique lifestyle hotel. Farmer has almost two decades of experience holding executive positions at Morgans Hotel Group properties including Mondrian South Beach and Ames in Boston.

“These talented new leaders of the senior management team at Baha Mar have a wealth of experience and a great deal of passion for their brands and the hospitality industry,” remarks Tom Dunlap, president of Baha Mar.

“They are a perfect fit with the Baha Mar brand and will be critical to shaping a world-class guest experience not only at their respective hotels, but also across the entire resort.”

In addition to filling these senior executive posts, the resort has recently posted more than 50 job openings including project managers and recruitment managers in a move to ramp up its recruitment efforts.

Tennis superstar Andy Murray tweets that he will "eat a lot and do very little else" during rest period at The Cove Atlantis Paradise Island before he gets back to training ahead of US Open defense.

Executive vice president of the Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association Frank Comito says that the success of the Bahamas team at the recent Taste of The Caribbean is down to dedication and hard work. Watch an interview with Comito here.

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