Six Senses Residences Courchevel, which opens in December 2015, has appointed Justin Reynolds as residences manager.
The project is the hotel and spa group’s first residential project in Europe. The project features 53 beautifully-appointed apartments, a Six Senses spa, exclusive private ski-in and ski-out concierge service plus all of the storied services that Six Senses brings to its guests. Located in the heart of the world-famous ski resort, owners and guests at Six Senses Residences Courchevel will have access to unrivaled amenities at the epicenter of one of the globe’s most coveted winter destinations.
Justin joins Six Senses with impeccable credentials for the role. He has over 15 years’ experience in operational management, project management and renovating luxury properties that were privately owned by high net worth individuals and commercially run chalets and hotels in France, Ireland, the US, Switzerland, Austria and the UK. His operations experience includes among others, substantial fine estates, luxury villas, city residences and a private chateau.
He is adept in managing and training private staff, ensuring that a consistently high standard is delivered in each property that he runs. With his extensive commercial experience he has excellent organizational skills, providing extensive concierge services, travel arrangements and the planning of exclusive complex
Chief Executive Officer of Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas, Neil Jacobs said, “We are delighted to bring Justin into the Six Senses family. The mountains are his passion and he has been skiing from the age of four in the French Alps. He considers Courchevel home. Justin’s life motto is “you only get one chance so take it with both hands and if you truly believe in your dreams, then anything is possible.”
Justin was educated at Harrow School where he achieved A-Level French and Business Studies, and at Surrey University where he studied Sports Science. His personal interests include skiing, rugby (he represented England Universities at International level), road cycling, running, music, theatre, playing the guitar, travel and reading.