Four Seasons Bora Bora Gets New Resort Manager

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Big news from Bora Bora, where Christophe Chabaud has been named resort manager of the Four Seasons Resort.

Chabaud, a 20-year industry veteran, has worked in management positions around the world, including the past 14 years with Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. He makes the move to French Polynesia from Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt, where he most recently served as director of food and beverage. Prior to that, he worked at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai and
Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach. His career with Four Seasons began at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills.

Prior to joining Four Seasons, Chabaud worked in a variety of operational roles at the Hotel Ritz in Paris and Crowne Plaza Resort Hotel in Hilton Head. 

Chabaud holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Hospitality Management from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and a Hotel Restaurant Management Associate Degree from Ecole Hoteliere de Paris, Jean Drouant in Paris. Born and raised in Montelimar, France, he speaks English, French, and Spanish. 

For more information, visit www.fourseasons.com/borabora.

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