Six Senses Zighy Bay appoints Axel Jarosch as new General Manager
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- Created on Thursday, 26 April 2012 10:29
Six Senses Zighy Bay appoints Axel Jarosch as new General ManagerSix Senses Zighy Bay has announced the appointment of Axel Jarosch as General Manager, overseeing the resort’s daily operations and guest experiences.
Prior to his appointment Axel has played a senior role across a number of renowned hotel companies including Anantara Hotels Resorts and Spas, Per AQUUM and Constance Hotels.
He currently resides with his family in Muscat Oman and originates from Germany.
Commenting on his appointment, “I am looking forward to integrate and lead this talented Team, and create experiences that will bring our guests back time and time again. My passion is upper-market, boutique resorts. Working with Six Senses is exactly the kind of intimate brand where we have the ability to instantaneously transform with guest feedback and grow along with our guests.”
Reflecting on the newly assigned appointment, John Philipson, Managing Director, “Axel brings great caliber and experience to drive through the ongoing projects and innovations that has made Six Senses Zighy Bay so unique.”
Six Senses Zighy Bay is an Omani style resort set in spectacular landscape on the remote Musandam Peninsula. Just a 90 minute transfer from Dubai, an accessible yet exotic mid haul option, arrival options include via speedboat into the resort’s new marina, by 4X4 over the mountain top or by air in tandem with the resort’s professional in house paraglider. 82 rustic stone villas with private pools, cutting edge amenities and personal butlers sit on a secluded 1.6km sandy white beach with panoramic views of the crystal clear Gulf of Oman.
Dining experiences extend from Sense on the Edge in the sky high mountains to Shua Shack at the water’s edge. In addition to the holistic Six Senses Spa with two Arabian hammams, guests can chose from an endless list of recreational activities; from fascinating excursions to nearby traditional Omani villages, non motorized water sports, fly in the micro light aircraft and spectacular diving and snorkelling at the newly opened Dive Centre.