Anantara Sir Bani Yas promotes Vivier to hotel manager

The South African national will oversee the operations across three properties – Anantara Desert Islands Resort & Spa, Al Sahel Villa Resort, and Al Yamm Villa Resort – on Sir Bani Yas Island, Abu Dhabi

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Anantara Sir Bani Yas Island has promoted Nico Vivier to hotel manager. The South African national will oversee the operations across three properties – Anantara Desert Islands Resort & Spa, Al Sahel Villa Resort, and Al Yamm Villa Resort – on Sir Bani Yas Island, Abu Dhabi.

Vivier started his career in hospitality nearly two decades ago in Johannesburg, South Africa, and has been working in destinations such as Seychelles and Tanzania around the world before joining the Sir Bani Yas team as executive assistant manager in charge of F&B in August 2016.

On his appointment, Vivier commented: “I am very excited to take up this challenge and be entrusted with the responsibility of three resorts. Together with my diverse team of 220 people from 30 countries, we will continue to think and dream big, and excel in our service to guests. We fondly extend the promise of luxurious and memorable experiences to each and every guest visiting Anantara Sir Bani Yas Island Resorts.”

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