Raffles Maldives Meradhoo Promotes Javier Camon to Director of Marketing & Communications


Maldives
Movers and Shakers
PUBLISHED March 06, 2021 | updated March 06, 2021 00:53

Raffles Maldives Meradhoo has announced the promotion of Javier Camon to Director of Marketing and Communications.  

Javier has been with Raffles Maldives Meradhoo for almost two years, during which proving himself to be a committed company advocate. Javier has been instrumental in opening and positioning the Raffles Maldives amongst the best island resort in the Maldives.  

Javier’s experience in the luxury hospitality industry includes four years with PY Hotels and Resorts being instrumental in the success of the creation of the brand, in addition to 1 year with Chiltern Firehouse Hotels and 3 years in different Marketing Agencies. 

Hailing from Spain, Javier graduated in Business and Marketing Management from ESERP Business School in Madrid. His most recent position has been as Marketing Communications Manager at Raffles Maldives Meradhoo.  

True elegance and pure nature – experience two beautiful worlds in one  

Raffles Maldives Meradhoo provides guests with unparalleled luxury from the moment they step onto the main island to the sound of welcome drums and an ice-cold glass of fine champagne. Each Villa, Residence, restaurant and bar has been designed impeccably. They are flawless spaces that elevate island living to pure luxury. 

The main island is home to 22 villas, including Raffles Residences, Beach Villas and Deluxe Beach Villas. It is also the home of the nurturing, overwater Raffles Spa, the main pool and a soft white sand beach on which are found restaurants Thari and The Firepit, and the island interpretation of the legendary Long Bar. 

Overwater Island consists of 16 villas, some facing east to greet the rising sun and others facing west to capture the magnificence of the Maldivian sunset. The Nikkei-inspired restaurant Yuzu, and adjacent bar Yapa are also found here – giving guests breathtaking views to enjoy with delectable food and drink as the amber sun dips below the endless Maldivian horizon. 

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