Graham’s previous role was general manager at a prestigious resort in Thailand where he focused on operations and customer satisfaction. Prior to that he was general manager at high-end luxury resorts in India, which included The Leela Palace Udaipur, Rajasthan and was resort manager for four years at Hayman Island on the Great Barrier Reef in his native Australia.
His two-decade hospitality career in luxury hospitality also included the opening of Palazzo Versace Gold Coast in Australia and a stint in United Kingdom.
With a love of travel, culture and adventure, his most memorable journey to date was a five month overland trek from London to Kathmandu. He is a fan of anything James Bond and is also a keen runner with a goal to run a marathon one day.
In announcing the appointment, Six Senses President Bernhard Bohnenberger said, “We are delighted to see Graham take on his new role with Six Senses Yao Noi and lead the team to the next level of guest satisfaction and performance. His passion for people development and the focus on exceptional guest experiences will be a great asset to maintain the resort’s top ranking position in Asia.”