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New Managing Director at Virgin Gorda’s Rosewood Little Dix Bay

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - June 18, 2013

Above: Little Dix Bay (Photo: Rosewood)

By the Caribbean Journal staff

Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has named Ed Linsley the new managing director of the Rosewood Little Dix Bay in Virgin Gorda.

Linsley comes to Little Dix Bay from the Ayana Resort in Bali, where he served as general manager. He was previously the general manger of the Nam Hai in Vietnam. Linsley also spent 21 years at Four Seasons, with stops in Chicago, Nevis, Hawaii and Houston.

“We are delighted that Ed has decided to join Rosewood,” said Radha Arora, President of Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, in a statement. “Ed’s management style and personality reflect the epitome of class and hospitality and will ensure Rosewood Little Dix Bay continues to enjoy its reputation as one of the Caribbean’s finest resorts.”

Dwight Sanford is the property’s general manager.

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