Oriental Hotel Group Appoints Andrew Gibson as Group Director of Spa
Kong 13 Mar 07 - Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has announced the appointment
of Andrew Gibson as Group Director of Spa.
Mr Gibson has been
appointed to lead and manage the global activities of Mandarin Orientals
internationally acclaimed luxury spa division. He is a well known and respected
spa professional with twenty-five years of luxury and diversified hotel and leisure
Mr Gibson was most recently a partner
and Chief Executive Officer with Raison dEtre Spas Discovery, a spa consultancy
and management services company based in Thailand. From 2003 to 2006, he was Managing
Director of Six Senses Spas, Thailand.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel
Group has established itself at the forefront of the spa industry, leading some
of the most advanced facilities and treatment programmes available to spa-goers
today, including signature holistic treatments, award-winning spa design and an
acclaimed signature spa line. The Group currently has 15 new spa projects under
development: five in Asia; three in Europe/North Africa and seven in The Americas.
The Spas at Mandarin Oriental are dedicated to promoting wellness
in the broadest context, and have been consistently recognized by influential
global publications as among the worlds finest.
citizen, Mr Gibson is married with two children. He holds a Bachelor Degree in
Recreation Management and Environmental Conservation from the University of Manchester,
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is the award-winning owner
and operator of some of the worlds most prestigious hotels and resorts,
currently operating 20 luxury hotels with a further 14 under development in Riviera
Maya, Mexico and Hainan Island, China (2007), Barcelona and Boston (2008), Dallas,
Chicago, Las Vegas, Macau, Marrakech, Turks and Caicos and Grand Cayman (2009)
and Guangzhou, Taipei and Paris (2010). In total, Mandarin Oriental now operates,
or has under development, 9,500 rooms in 20 countries with 15 hotels in Asia,
12 in The Americas and seven in Europe and North Africa.