Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire names new general manager

01 March 2007 by
Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire names new general manager

Colin Clark has become the new general manager at Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire.

Clark brings 17 years of previous experience with the Four Seasons group in locations such as Hong Kong, Bali, Bangkok, Florida and Texas.

His role with two of the Four Seasons Resorts in Bali has placed him with invaluable spa knowledge, which Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire may find beneficial to the development of their award-winning spa.

John Stauss, regional vice-president of Four Seasons, said: "Colin is a respected member of the Four Seasons global team. To have such a dynamic hotelier managing the UK's leading country house hotel is perfect."

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