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Radisson Resort Fiji Denarau Island has a new general manager.

He is Justin Phillips who will be responsible for managing the overall operations of the resort and who will also oversee the launch of new initiatives to cater to the evolving needs of business and leisure travellers.

A statement from Carlson Hotels Worldwide- Asia Pacific which owns the new upscale beachfront hotel in Fiji, says Phillips is well versed in all aspects of resort operations and has over two decades of hotel industry experience, spanning countries such as Fiji, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines and Indonesia.

Prior to joining Carlson Hotels Worldwide - Asia Pacific, Phillips was executive assistant manager/food & beverage at the Sofitel Reef Casino Cairns where he was responsible for restaurant operations and overall management of the property’s 128-luxury suites.

Phillips has also managed the Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa as well as the Vomo Island Resort.

Radisson Resort Fiji Denarau Island is a five star AAA rated resort, just 20 minutes from Nadi International Airport.

The 270-room hotel is the latest addition to Carlson Hotel’s growing regional portfolio.

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