One&Only Palmilla Appoints New General Manager

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One&Only Resorts has appointed Robert Logan as the new general manager atOne&Only Palmilla. Logan takes over the Mexican resort after joining the company in 2016. In his new role, he will be responsible for the overall operation of the resort and leading the One&Only Palmilla team.

Logan has over 25 years of experience in the luxury hospitality industry, with his career spanning Asia, the Indian Ocean, Europe, the Caribbean and the Americas. An expert in development of new business initiatives and operational standards, Logan will ensure the consistent delivery of the One&Only Resorts brand promise at One&Only Palmilla.

“We are pleased that Robert will join us in Los Cabos, Mexico, at such an exciting time for One&Only Palmilla and the One&Only brand,” said Philippe Zuber, president and COO, One&Only Resorts, in a written release. “Robert has a deep understanding of One&Only brand values, and possesses the experience and knowledge to lead One&Only Palmilla and deliver unforgettable experiences for our loyal guests.”

Prior to joining One&Only Resorts, Logan was employed by luxury brands, including Raffles Hotel in Singapore, where he was general manager from 2006 to 2008, followed by four years as GM of Sandy Lane Resort in Barbados where he reopened the resort and redeveloped the executive team. Most recently, Logan presided over a period of significant growth as the interim head of Asia for GLH Hotels where he oversaw the Asia hotel portfolio, including brand launches, operational management and financial performance.

Beginning his career in the late 1980s, Logan has also held positions at Claridges Hotel, the Savoy Hotel, The Peninsula in Manila and Beijing, and the Four Seasons in both Dallas and Bangkok, as well as top restaurants in France, Switzerland and Hong Kong.

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