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Four Seasons Resort Seychelles Promotes Marcel Oostenbrink to GM

Following his two year tenure as Resort Manager of the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles, Marcel Oostenbrink has been promoted to General Manager of the Mahé Island resort.

Marcel Oostenbrink. Click to enlarge.

As General Manager, Oostenbrink is responsible for ensuring the resort’s continued success, overseeing the daily management of the resort’s 67 luxurious tree-house style villas, 27 private residences, three restaurants, two bars, spa and more than 450 full time employees.

Oostenbrink's career so far has taken him across many different countries – in senior leadership positions in the United Arab Emirates, then to Vietnam to lead a property in transition between two general managers. He joined Four Seasons in 2014 as Resort Manager in Sharm El Sheikh before moving to Seychelles as Resort Manager in 2016.

Oostenbrink is also no stranger to island life, having returned to Seychelles two years ago after a tenure at Banyan Tree Resort on Mahé island.

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