Mon, 23 Sep 2019

Leon Pink Joins Four Seasons Resort Seychelles as Resort Manager

Leon Pink has joined the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles as Resort Manager.

Leon has worked in a number of different destinations around the world, including his home country of Australia, Amsterdam, London and a selection of exotic islands ranging from Koh Samui in Thailand to Maldives.

Leon Pink. Click to enlarge.

Leon joins the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles from the One&Only Reethi Rah in Maldives where he was also Resort Manager.

Speaking about his new home in the Indian Ocean, Leon said, One of the biggest assets of Four Seasons Seychelles is the manner in which it encompasses and respects its natural surroundings. Villas are nestled into forest-lined cliffs that run down to hug one of the best beaches in the world.

As Resort Manager, Leon is responsible for leading the day-to-day operations at the resort, which includes 67 luxurious tree-house style villas, 27 Private Residences, three restaurants, two bars, and a spa, as well as recreational activities that include a Marine Education program with WiseOceans and surf instruction with TropicSurf.

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