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Brad Calder Newly Appointed General Manager Of Hurawalhi Island Resort Maldives

September 27, 2017 Appointments No Comments Email Email

Crown and Champa Resorts is delighted to announce the appointment of Brad Calder as General Manager of Hurawalhi Island Resort Maldives and the highly anticipated opening of Kudadoo Private Island. With over twenty years of industry experience, Brad Calder has worked at a number of top hotels and restaurants across the globe, including Home House Private Members Club & Hotel (London) Stamford Hotel (New Zealand), HPL Hotels (Bali), Gili Lankanfushi (Maldives), and Warwick International Hotels (Fiji).

Whilst working towards his degree in Hospitality Management, Brad also took the first steps in establishing his career taking on the role of Banqueting Supervisor and soon after as Restaurant Supervisor at Carlton Hotel, New Zealand. As a dedicated professional Brad has worked his way to the top over the course of his impressive twenty plus years in the industry.

Calder comments, “Having worked in hospitality across the globe from Bali to London, I am thrilled to bring my international skills and experience to Crown and Champa Resorts. I have lived in the Maldives for a number of years and believe that Hurawalhi Island Resort and Kudadoo Private Island encompasses all of the best parts about this extraordinary part of the world.”

Brad holds certifications in First Aid Training and Food Hygiene; he is a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver and an avid photographer, snowboarder, and golfer with a passion for travel and cuisine.

Hurawalhi Island Resort:
Opened in December, Hurawalhi Island Resort is situated in the Lhaviyani Atoll, just a 40-minute seaplane flight from Male. A 15s and over adults-only concept, Hurawalhi will offer 90 villas (60 Ocean Villas and 30 Beach Villas). The over water Duniye Spa uses only organic and chemical free products. Water sports offering include PADI 5 * diving, a water sports centre, diving sites, and snorkelling. The island is a nesting site for Green Turtles and working with Manta Trust will ensure their protection and education of guests.

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