Nisbet Plantation Beach Club in Nevis Appoints Veteran Caribbean Hospitality Executive to General Manager

nisbet plantation beach clubNisbet Plantation Beach Club in Nevis has appointed Alistair W.L. Forrest to general manager. Forrest will oversee the daily operations, service excellence, staff training, sales and marketing efforts of the award-winning 36-room Caribbean resort.
 
Forrest brings to the position more than 35 years of experience in the hospitality industry, with 26 years as general manager and more than 20 years in the Caribbean. Most recently, Forrest was the general manager at Cobblers Cove in Barbados, a five-star Relais & Châteaux boutique resort.
 
Prior Caribbean experience includes managing several properties in Antigua, including Blue Waters, Royal Antiguan Resort and St. James Club, as well as serving as the opening general manager for Carlisle Bay. Forrest, who is a Member of the Institute of Hospitality (MIH), has also managed hotels and resorts in his native Scotland, the Seychelles, Vietnam, the Maldives and the United Kingdom.
 
“It is an honor for me to be joining the distinguished team at Nisbet Plantation, which has an excellent reputation among travelers worldwide for its high levels of personal service,” said Forrest, in a written release. “I look forward to helping the resort continue its service excellence and meet the ever-changing needs of the affluent traveler.”
 
Visit www.NisbetPlantation.com.

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