(2021年10月，曼谷)- Neil Palmer将担任六善的首席运营官，负责管理品牌在20个国家不断增长的酒店、度假村和水疗中心业务，以及34项发展中的物业。他还将致力于通过标志性的度假胜地、城中酒店和全新住宅产品，将六善“重建连接”的美好愿景传递给宾客。
Neil对酒店业充满热情。在喜达屋任职25年后，他成为高级奢侈品公司Per AQUUM Retreats & Resorts的首席执行官和共同拥有人。近年来，Neil一直担任Elements HSC公司的首席执行官，该公司是他共同创立的一家专门从事全球酒店咨询和资产管理的公司。
BANGKOK – September 28, 2021 – Neil Palmer takes on the role of Chief Operating Officer to look after the brand’s growing portfolio of hotels, resorts and spas in 20 countries, with a further 34 properties signed into the development pipeline. He will also focus on translating the Six Senses vision of reconnection into emblematic resort locations, downtown addresses and new residential offerings.
Neil has 37 years of international hospitality experience, most of which he spent with Starwood Hotels & Resorts. In his role as Senior Vice President Operations Asia Pacific, he developed the company’s hotel portfolio and oversaw the pre-opening hotel pipeline within the region.
Neil has a passion for the hospitality business. Following his 25-year tenure with Starwood, Neil became Chief Executive Officer and Co-owner of the premium luxury company, Per AQUUM Retreats & Resorts. Neil has in recent years been Chief Executive Officer of Elements HSC, a company he co-established specializing in global hospitality consulting and asset management.
A graduate of Westminster Hotel School in London and a Fellow of the Institute of Hospitality UK, Neil is a driven leader who believes learning and developing should always be a constant in life. He spent his childhood between Kenya, New Zealand and Fiji and currently lives in New Zealand.
After his early years spent enjoying adventures with his father, he is looking forward to new experiences with his son Alex, wife Jo, and new family Six Senses from his base in Singapore.
“With his boundless experience, energy and integrity, Neil is an exciting new protagonist in the Six Senses story as we continue to unite our vision of hospitality and reconnection in our places and spaces,” says Chief Executive Officer Neil Jacobs.
Neil has watched the dynamic development of Six Senses and has been brought on to move the brand’s operations further forward through its authentic blend of wellness, sustainability, emotional hospitality, crafted experiences and growing community.
“I am thrilled to be part of this amazing hotel company and global hospitality and wellness brand.I have observed with admiration the development of Six Senses over the past few years.I believe there remains massive opportunity in the industry space where Six Senses already plays a leading role. There is truly no better brand positioned to lead the way forward.”
Recently, the dry wine manager officially appointed Andy Liu as the general manager of Suzhou Bay Hengli Grand Hotel. He is fully responsible for the hotel’s preparations for opening and operation management. With his unique insights and innovative thinking, he will lead the team to serve guests with the concept of benevolent culture. Create a family service experience.
Andy Liu has 24 years of experience in the hotel industry, managing and operating several high-star hotels, and has been working across regions for several years. Forged Mr. Liu Shao has excellent strategic thinking and keen observation ability to quickly grasp the market. He attaches great importance to the benevolent care of customers and employees, is good at stimulating the potential of the team, is enthusiastic about work, adapts measures to local conditions, and leads the hotel team to continuously create new breakthroughs and achieve excellent results.
Andy loves traditional Chinese medicine, is well versed in "the doctor's will", loves life in an eclectic way, and operates the hotel with a unique and keen market perspective. We believe that the Suzhou Bay Hengli Grand Hotel team will, under the leadership of Andy, jointly create an outstanding journey to the south of the Yangtze River for the guests.
Suzhou Bay Hengli Grand Hotel expected to open in the fourth quarter of 2021.
马天恩(Mr. Martin L. Leclerc)先生
Mr. Martin L. Leclerc has recently been appointed as General Manager of Sofitel Kunming.
Mr. Leclerc international career has spanned over 25 years where he has been exerting leadership with several Luxury Hotel banners such as Fairmont Hotels, The St-Regis and most recently Shangri-La, for Marriott International, Accor and the Shangri-La Group. After many years functioning in North-America, he relocated to China in 2012 and has since been in charge of key-hotels in Nanjing, Tianjin and Beijing.
Mr. Martin L. Leclerc possesses well-established leadership abilities and excels in the fields of Sales & Marketing, Human Resources, Luxury Operation, Market Development, Entrepreneurship, Public Relations and Finance in both Hotels and Resorts environment.
A skilled operator, Mr. Leclerc is known for his pursuit of quality and attention to details and believes that superior results come through teamwork and employee engagement, and offering curated experiences for hotel guests, and the local community alike. Mr. Leclerc holds two Master Degree Diplomas from Universities in Canada and France, and his strategic thinking receives consistent recognition within the hospitality industry and other sectors.
Mr. Martin L. Leclerc is looking forward to contributing to Yunnan and Kunming communities, as General Manager of Sofitel Kunming.
骆斌(Mr. Stephane Roubin)先生
Conrad Hangzhou is pleased to announce that Mr. Stephane Roubin has been appointed as the hotel’s new General Manager.
Stephane is a great asset to Hilton and began his career with Hilton at the Hilton Lyon. He continued his experience in the hospitality industry with the Hilton family for 19 years in different countries and regions such as Hong Kong (China), Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, and France.
During his career with Hilton, Stephane developed solid skills in project management, optimizing budgets with innovative ideas, organizing and handling large-scale events. As a leader, Stephane has shown his excellent skills in managing and training multicultural teams, building and maintaining strong and trustful relationships with local community leaders, owners, key stakeholders, and clients.
Stephane has a strong passion for environmental sustainability and for keeping a green world for the future generation. He continues to input his innovative idea on hotel’s energy-saving and reduce food waste into daily operation.
Conrad Hangzhou will continue to provide guests with memorable experiences and uphold the traditions of which the hotel is so proud. The Conrad Hangzhou team is striving to further enhance service quality and brand value with Stephane into the future.
Recently, Rongmin Holding Group appointed Mr. David Li as the Executive Chef of Yan’an Marriott Complex Hotels. He is fully responsible for the food and beverage production of Sheraton Yan’an Hotel, Courtyard Yan’an Hotel, Fairfield Yan’an hotel & Yan’an Conference Center, as well as managing the quality of food and beverage service.
Mr. David Li has more than 20 years’ experience in high-end brand hotels. He has served many famous international hotel groups and served as Executive Chef in international brand hotels in Singapore, Guangdong, Beijing, Shandong and other places. With many years of working experience both in China and abroad, he improved his deep understanding of F&B production and extended his international insight in F&B.
Mr. David Li is always focus on combining the latest international product design with local characteristics to create out a unique gourmet feast. With excellent skills, Mr. David Li has won the "World Imperial Kitchen Blue Ribbon Medal", "International Blue Ribbon Art Cooking Master" awards, and served as the Vice chairman of greater China Regional Council of World Cooking & Kitchen Food Association (WCKFA), the member of Fourth council of Shaanxi Health Association. For the new onboarding, Mr. David Li will constantly be insist on exploring and innovating together with his team, raise his experience and talent, build up a new benchmark in Yan’an catering, bring a fresh taste bud revolution for Yan’an dwellings.