Bryce Seator appointed as the new General Manager at Kanuhura Maldives

Hailing from New Zealand, with an International Hotel Management qualification from the Pacific International Management School and with 17 years of experience in senior management roles in international luxury hotels and resorts, and a vast operational background in both Rooms Division and Food & Beverage, Bryce Seator is someone who has a great eye for detail and sets very high standards when it comes to delivering excellent and bespoke guest services.

He joins Kanuhura Maldives, following his position as Resort Manager in Amanyara in Turks and Caicos and Six Senses Zil Pasyon in Seychelles. He is no stranger to the Six Senses brand as, before this, he held the position of Executive Assistant Manager of Rooms in Six Senses Zighy Bay in Oman and task force Assistant Manager in Six Senses Kaplankaya during its preopening. He has also gained international experience working in Vietnam, Hong Kong, and Australia.

“I am very pleased to welcome Bryce to the Kanuhura Maldives family.” Says Marteyne van Well, Area General Manager. “His passion for delivering exclusive and tailormade guest experience finely defines him as a leader and as a personality and I believe he is an invaluable asset for the team as we move forward. His profound knowledge of the brand is key for the implementation of the brand’s wellness, conservation, and sustainability initiatives and his insights are pivotal for the resort’s relaunch as Six Senses Kanuhura.”

With a liking to the outdoors, it’s no surprise he has a favorite rugby team – All Blacks. Aside from this, likes cycling, running and is also an avid diver. In his free time, he enjoys sitting back and relaxing with friends and family over a good barbecue.

“I am delighted to be joining the Kanuhura Maldives team during this transitional, yet exciting, phase in the resort’s long history.” Says Bryce. “Kanuhura is a naturally beautiful island and I look forward of being a part of its transformation and re-opening as a Six Senses resort.”

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