Vakkaru Maldives names resort manager

Jean-Noel Sangaraille has previously worked at One&Only The Palm, Dubai

Jean Noel Sangaraille
Jean Noel Sangaraille

High-end island destination Vakkaru Maldives has appointed Jean-Noel Sangaraille as its resort manager.

With a career spanning more than three decades, Sangaraille started as a cost controller at One&Only Saint Geran, later climbing up to the role of assistant F&B manager and then quality assurance manager.

Originally from Mauritius, Sangaraille made the move to The Bahamas where he was executive assistant manager at the One&Only Club. Closer to the Middle East region, he shifted to Kerzner International’s Mazagan Beach Resort in Morocco and then One&Only at Dubai’s The Palm.

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Vakkaru Maldives GM Nicholas Mason explained: We look forward to Jean-Noel joining our Vakkaru family. Vakkaru Maldives has always provided a timeless escape with seamless service, and I am sure that Jean-Noel’s head-strong yet wholesome approach to leadership and innovation will help elevate our guests’ overall experience.”

Located 30 minutes north of Male International Airport by seaplane, the resort features 113-keys, along with four restaurants, two bars and a wine cellar. 

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