Centara appoints general manager for Bali resorts

Centara Hotels & Resorts has appointed Ian McDonald Cameron as general manager of Centara Wuku Resort & Spa Bali and Centra Taum Seminyak Bali.

Centara Wuku Resort & Spa Bali and Centra Taum Seminyak Bali name general manager
Centara Wuku Resort & Spa Bali and Centra Taum Seminyak Bali name general manager

Cameron trained at Scotland’s Gleneagles Hotel before moving to Asia, where he worked in Hong Kong and then in Indonesia.

Prior to joining Centara Wuku Resort & Spa Bali and Centra Taum Seminyak Bali, Cameron was general manager of Centara Grand Beach Resort & Spa Boracay, Philippines, and at Centara Villas Samui, Thailand, before that.

Other previous roles include food and beverage manager at the Hilton Egypt before going to South Korea and then to Bangkok. He was also leaseholder and general manager of the Falcon Hotel, a traditional coaching inn hotel in Uppingham, England.

Centra Taum Seminyak Bali will open on 1 December 2011. The resort will be located at Seminyak, on the west coast of the island, within five minutes’ walk from the beach.

The hotel will have 90 rooms, a restaurant, bar, fitness centre, body and foot massage rooms and a swimming pool.

Centara Wuku Resort & Spa Bali will be opened by the end of 2012.

Have you registered with us yet?

Register now to enjoy more articles
and free email bulletins.

Register now
Already registered?
Sign in
The most exclusive meeting locations with MICE by Palladium

Whether business travel or incentive trips, travelling is a unique experience. Palladium Hotel Group offers the best locations and service to join business and pleasure.

Case study: The Wearable Technology Show 2019

Case study: The Wearable Technology Show 2019

This year's show was hosted over two days and featured keynotes from the BBC and Facebook.

Lack of diversity is a 'competitive disadvantage'

Lack of diversity is a 'competitive disadvantage'

Diverse events are more interesting, more engaging and lead to better connections, says Hannah Redfern from Leaders in Sport.

How events can save the world

Crisis planning, sustainability, wellbeing and inclusion can cause difficulties for event organisers. So is it possible to host a truly ethical event?

Wellbeing makes 'good business sense'

Wellbeing makes 'good business sense'

Annie Metcalfe from Clear Partners says planners must adapt to the changing demands of incentive travel programmes.

Amex GBT appoints new general manager for meetings and events

Amex GBT appoints new general manager for meetings and events

Gerardo Tejado has held a number of commercial and client management roles at American Express GBT over the past 17 years.

Incentives are coming: 7 Game of Thrones-inspired destinations

Incentives are coming: 7 Game of Thrones-inspired destinations

From Croatia to Northern Ireland, the fictional land of Westeros has filming locations around the world ideal for meetings and events.

What HR experts look for in workplace accreditation

What HR experts look for in workplace accreditation

An independent HR consultant explains what judges are looking for in accreditation like C&IT's Best Places to Work.

5 reasons to choose Malta...

With a warm, sunny climate, stunning backdrops, a rich history and culture, fine gastronomy and activities aplenty, Malta can cater to events of all types.

Events budgets return to steady growth, Bellwether Report finds

Events budgets return to steady growth, Bellwether Report finds

UK companies increased their marketing spend in Q1 2019, in contrast to flatlining budgets at the end of last year.

LATEST JOBS