St. Regis Bal Harbour Resorts Names New Hotel Manager

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The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort, located on nine acres of oceanfront property on Miami Beach, recently announced the appointment of Julien Bardet as hotel manager.

Joining the team from The St. Regis New York, Bardet will manage resort employees, services and accommodation facilities at the Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five Diamond resort.

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Julien Bardet

“We are excited to welcome Julien Bardet to The St. Regis Bal Harbour family, and we look forward to his contributions to the next chapter of this extraordinary resort,” said Oliver Key, general manager of The St. Regis Bal Harbour, in a written release. “With his impressive background in luxury hotels and resorts around the world, including multiple properties in the prestigious St. Regis portfolio, Julien undoubtedly will be a valuable addition to our team.”

Before serving as interim hotel manager and director of sales and marketing at The St. Regis New York, Bardet was interim hotel manager at The Laguna Bali, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa in Nusa Dua, Bali. Previously, Bardet served as the complex director of sales and marketing at The St. Regis Bali and The Laguna Bali.

“It’s an honor for me to join this incredible team, and I look forward to building on The St. Regis Bal Harbour’s status as an award-winning resort in Miami," said Bardet. "After Bali and New York, I feel so fortunate to join a St Regis property for the third time.” 

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