Kevin J. Abramowicz is appointed Regional General Manager of COMO Hotels and Resorts for Thailand and Bhutan
Zurich-born Kevin J. Abramowicz joins COMO Hotels and Resorts as the new regional head of the company’s four hotels in Bhutan and Thailand. They include Metropolitan by COMO, Bangkok, where Abramowicz will be based, as well as our newest property in Thailand, Point Yamu by COMO in Phuket. He will also oversee the two Uma adventure lodges in Bhutan in the Paro and Punakha Valleys. All four properties are regionally linked through Bangkok, with short connecting flights (three hours to Bhutan, one hour to Phuket).
With over 14 years in the hospitality industry, Abramowicz comes to COMO with an abundance of first-class experience. He has worked in the US at The Setai on Miami Beach and at the Delamar Greenwich Harbor in Connecticut, as well as for Langham in Hong Kong. His most recent role was as General Manager of The Legian & The Club at The Legian Bali, where he led a team that achieved several first-class awards and recognitions.
“I’ve had the great pleasure to work with Kevin in the past,” says Hans Jörg Meier, Chief Operating Officer of COMO Hotels and Resorts. “I believe his expertise and broad international experience will be invaluable to COMO as we continue to distinguish ourselves as a global hospitality company with distinctive brand.”
Kevin, a Swiss national, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management from the renowned hospitality school École Hôtelière de Lausanne, Switzerland.
About the COMO Group and COMO Hotels and Resorts
COMO Hotels and Resorts offers personalised luxury travel experiences in its urban hotels, island resorts, adventure retreats and wellness resorts. The focus is always on service and design, adventure and culture, wellness and cuisine, while trying to uphold a strong, sustainable approach towards the people and places where we operate.
COMO Hotels and Resorts was founded by Christina Ong. Each property is hand-picked and individually curated. Properties include: The Halkin by COMO in London, three Metropolitan by COMO hotels in London, Bangkok and Miami Beach, Parrot Cay by COMO in the Turks and Caicos, Cocoa Island by COMO and Maalifushi by COMO in the Maldives, Point Yamu by COMO in Phuket, three Uma by COMO experience resorts in Bali and Bhutan, and COMO The Treasury in Perth, Australia.
COMO Shambhala Estate in Bali is a wellness retreat, managed in partnership with COMO’s sister brand in wellness, COMO Shambhala. COMO Shambhala products, services, cuisine, treatments and spa facilities are also available within each COMO property.
About Metropolitan by COMO, Bangkok
Metropolitan by COMO, Bangkok on South Sathorn Road enjoys close proximity to Bangkok’s urban nightlife as well as shopping and the city’s Sky Train. The 169 rooms and suites, defined by subtle contemporary design, offer cosseting luxury with attentive service. Australian chef David Thompson delivers award-winning Thai cooking at nahm restaurant whilst glow focuses on COMO Shambhala Cuisine—a nutritious, healthful menu. Relaxation is available at the hotel’s COMO Shambhala Urban Escape, comprising Asian-inspired treatments, a gym, yoga studio and 20m outdoor pool.
About Point Yamu by COMO
Point Yamu by COMO is a luxury resort in Thailand located at the tip of Cape Yamu on Phuket with 360-degree views across the Andaman Sea’s Phang Nga Bay in an area conserved for its ecological riches. Interiors of each villa and suite by Paola Navone feature bright aquamarines as well as design elements drawn from Phuket’s Thai Buddhist history. Dining options include poolside ‘La Sirena’, which serves Italian cuisine throughout the day, and ‘Nahmyaa’ inspired by Thai street food. COMO Shambhala Retreat at Point Yamu offers a full range of holistic treatments, including special Thai therapies, while exploratory excursions include diving, snorkelling and beach drop-offs.
About Uma by COMO, Bhutan
Uma by COMO, Paro and Uma by COMO, Punakha are located in two of the country’s most important regions: one in Paro Valley, close to many of Bhutan’s great cultural landmarks, the other in the Punakha Valley, a five-hour drive away. The rooms, suites and private villas are conceived as intimate, luxury retreats to be enjoyed after a day’s cultural activities and adventure pursuits, from Himalayan trekking to archery and white-water rafting. Single and dual destination packages such as ‘Himalayan Explorer’ allow guests to fully immerse themselves in Bhutan by combining spectacular drives, unique nature walks and fascinating cultural visits, and are available in three-, five-, seven- or ten-night itineraries.
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