Four Seasons Sydney Gets New General Manager

A name to remember for your clients headed Down Under: Four Seasons Hotel Sydney has just welcomed its third-ever General Manager, Vincent Hoogewijs.

Hoogewijs joins the hotel following his previous role as General Manager, Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai, which he opened in early 2009 and managed for the past two years.

His appointment follows the retirement of former General Manager and Sydney hotel icon Stephen Lewis, who served 16 years in the top job and 41 years in the hospitality industry.

Belgian born, Hoogewijs has worked in 13 countries to date. His Four Seasons tenure began in 2004 as Hotel Manager at Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok before being promoted to General Manager at Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City and most recently Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai.

Prior to Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, he spent several years working at Hyatt hotels in Dubai, Tokyo, Osaka, Surabaya, Rabat, Macau, Coolum, Canberra, London and Brussels as well as The Palace at the Lost City, South Africa and The Banyan Tree, Phuket, Thailand.

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

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