A New Managing Director at The Cove, Eleuthera

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - August 10, 2018

By the Caribbean Journal staff

Enchantment Group has named a new managing director at its luxury Bahamas retreat, The Cove, Eleuthera.

The company has named Jason Trollip as its new managing director, a role in which he will oversee “all aspects” of the 57-room property in Eleuthera, according to a statement.

“With extensive global experience and deep knowledge of the luxury market, Jason is the perfect fit for this leadership position at The Cove,” said Greg Miller, Executive Vice President of Operations, Sales and Marketing. “Jason will provide skillful direction and a passion for excellence in his new role and we’re excited to see how the resort further improves under his direction.”

Trollip served most recently as managing director of the Nihi Sumba Island resort in Indonesia.

Enchantment said Trollip’s destination resort experience would “aid in developing long-term operational goals for the property and play a fundamental role in the resort’s continued growth and success in the luxury market.”

— CJ

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