Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora has appointed Romain Chanet as its general manager. A 22-year hospitality industry veteran and third-generation hotelier, Chanet is a native of Deauville, France.
Chanet graduated with a degree in Hospitality Business — Marketing and Finance from Hotel Savoie Leman in Thonon Les Baines, France. He began his hospitality career as head waiter at the two Michelin-starred restaurant Le Gavroche in London. From there, he returned to France, where he moved up the ranks with the Renaissance and Marriott brands in Paris in various reservations and revenue management positions, culminating with the role of cluster director of market revenue analysis. He remained in Paris with Le Meridien overseeing revenue management before moving with the brand to New Caledonia as hotel manager of the Il des Pins property.
Hooked on island life, Chanet then moved to Seychelles as general manager of Le Meridien Fisherman’s Cove, and later shifted to Indonesia as general manager of Soori Bali. Prior to joining Four Seasons, Chanet had returned to New Caledonia as cluster general manager of Le Meridien Noumea and Le Meridien Il des Pins.
“It has been a dream to live and work in French Polynesia, and I would not do it anywhere other than this iconic Bora Bora resort,” Chanet said in a press note.
Deal: Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is offering the "Stay Longer—Fourth Night Free Package," which includes accommodation in an overwater bungalow suite or beachfront villa estate and daily breakfast buffet, besides a complimentary fourth night with every three consecutive paid nights.