Stefano Ruzza Appointed As General Manager at Conrad Maldives Rangali Island
Conrad Maldives Rangali Island welcomes Mr. Stefano A. Ruzza as the resort’s new General Manager.
In his new post, Ruzza will be responsible for handling all of the resort’s management, operations and business development. With this new addition, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island hopes to maintain their positioning as one of the most prominent luxury resorts, and brand of choice for travellers in the Maldives.
Ruzza has joined Conrad Maldives Rangali Island after holding the same position at Conrad Koh Samui in Thailand. He was responsible for resort management, operations and leading the sales marketing team at the award-winning resort. Earlier in his career, Ruzza was general manager at Hilton Namhae Golf& Spa Resort in South Korea. There, he was involved in driving service standards and introducing new food and beverage concepts to the South Korean market.
The Swiss-Italian hotelier, originally from Switzerland, holds more than 20 years of experience in the international hospitality industry. Of the sum, he has worked in over 17 countries within Asia. Ruzza’s ambitious career has taken him to countries such as India, Malaysia, Thailand, The Philippines, Sri Lanka, South Korea, Singapore and Vietnam.
Ruzza graduated from the Swiss Hotel Management School (SHL) in Lucerne. He brings with him, wisdom and experience such as being able to fluently speak English, German, Italian, French and Spanish.
The property is one of the Maldives’ leading resorts and also one of Hilton Worldwide’s flagship properties. Conrad Maldives Rangali Island has attained its success with strong forward-thinking leadership. Ruzza may be a perfect fit for the position as he is known for his dynamic, personalized and creative approach on operating the resort. Some may describe his leadership style as consultative, strategic and focused. With these qualities Ruzza is fit to oversee the award-winning resort’s 12 restaurants and bars, 150 villas and suites, two spas, two islands and over 500 team members which make up this pioneering operation.