New GM for Hayman Island

SHANE Green has been appointed as the new general manager of Hayman Island Resort.

Mr Green brings extensive experience to his role at one of the world's leading resorts.

He has spent 20 years working with Ritz-Carlton, Starwood, Hilton Hotels Corporation and some of the world's most prestigious independent hotels and resorts.

Mr Green was also area general manager and vice president of operations with Cipriani USA, a role which also incorporated the positions of general manager for Cipriani Residences at 55 Wall Street in New York and The Tower Beverly Hills in Los Angeles.

Following his new appointment, Mr Green will be working with Hayman managing director Lloyd Donaldson in overseeing enhancements and significant projects on the island.

This will include developing new private residences, marina residences and beach villas.

“Shane brings to Hayman a strong expertise in resort and residence operations and an impressive work ethic for excellence in the delivery of a premium guest experience,” Mr Donaldson said.

“Shane Green's appointment is key to the commitment by Hayman owning company Mulpha Australia in maintaining Hayman's position as one of the world's top resorts.

This is part of a milestone period for Hayman, according to Mr Donaldson.

“We celebrate 60 years as a major tourism destination and will be ushering in the first of our beautiful new residences for private ownership.”

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