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Thu, 2 May 2019

Bill Taylor Appointed RVP and GM of Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

Bill Taylor has been appointed Regional Vice President and General Manager of the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, overseeing key properties in Shenzhen and Guangzhou.

Bill joined Four Seasons 27 years ago and was most recently Regional Vice President and General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel Boston.

Bill Taylor. Click to enlarge.

Born and raised in the United Kingdom, Bill acquired his people management skills in his role as food and beverage Director at Hanbury Manor London. The year 1992 marked his first Four Seasons assignment at The Ritz-Carlton Chicago (formerly a Four Seasons hotel) cementing his capabilities in the rooms division. Within six years, he relocated to Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta and started his role as Hotel Manager. His life came in full circle when he returned to The Ritz-Carlton Chicago as General Manager in 2004. Subsequently, he moved to Four Seasons Hotel Boston and was promoted Regional Vice President and General Manager in 2013.

“I am excited to be able to contribute to the success of Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, one of the world’s truly iconic hotels. There is a rich legacy to draw upon as we chart our course for an exciting future ahead, including a multi-faceted renovation project that will ensure that Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong remains the hotel of choice for discerning international travellers and locals alike,” Bill said.

Bill is an avid golfer and lifelong fan of Newcastle United Football Club.

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