Fulbari gets new management team
Kathmandu, February 4:
Blue Flag Nepal (BFN) will be taking over the management of Fulbari Resort and Spa. The resort is to be reorganised under Bret Michaelsen as the new general manager. Centre to the reorganisation of the resort is a new management philosophy to create an ‘Active-Five-Star’ environment and also the introduction of ‘fractional ownership’ for the first time in Nepal.
“Fractional ownership is a $10 billion sales industry and we have committed to bring a small portion of this to Nepal, with our experience and involvement in the business,” states a press release issued by the Blue Flag Nepal. Quoting Michael Kosmas of BFN , the release further adds, “Active Five star status means staff and management will interact much more with our guests, making sure they participate in trekking, tennis, golf, spa and local excursions.”
“We are looking to breath a new life into this property with many improvements and provide a high standard service to our guests,” said Michaelsen.
“We are pleased with the spirit of cooperation from banks, the government and key-senior persons who will be joining our staff. The future is bright,” said Raghu Shah, who in cooperation with Michael Kosmas, has set up BFN.