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Sebastien Carre Returns to Mauritius as RVP and GM of Four Seasons Resort

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Four Seasons has appointed Sebastien Carre as Regional Vice President and General Manager of the Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita.

A hotelier with more than 30 years of hospitality industry experience, Sebastien’s regional role includes oversight of the resort in Mauritius as well as the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles and Four Seasons Resort Seychelles at Desroches Island, Travel News Asia has reported.

Sebastien has enjoyed an impressive career that has seen him work in luxury hotels in a wide range of destinations from Tahiti to Provence, Bora Bora to Sharm el Sheikh, and even a prior tenure in Mauritius.

He has returned to Mauritius from Johannesburg where he was working as Regional Vice President and General Manager of the Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff.

“The relaunch of Mauritius as a destination is widely anticipated on a global scale,” Sebastien was cited as telling Travel News Asia.

“Locally, there has been an impressive roll out of vaccinations to allow fully vaccinated tourists to return to exploring everything this beautiful island has available – from the picturesque beaches to the dramatic mountains and immersive, cultural experiences. I could not be happier to reconnect with the magic of Mauritius.”

In addition to the island’s reopening, Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita has made several culinary enhancements, with the addition of a brand new bar and the extension and complete re-design of Bambou Beach restaurant.

Original article at Travel News Asia

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