Chitrakorn to lead Mantra Samui Resort, Thailand

Chitrakorn to lead Mantra Samui Resort, Thailand

Louis T Collection has appointed Chaivaree Chitrakorn as general manager of Mantra Samui Resort in Koh Samui, Thailand.

The Thai-national, who has spent most of her career with Cathay Pacific Airways in Hong Kong, relocated to her homeland last year to join Louis T Collection and has assumed a new position at Mantra Samui Resort as her second posting with the hospitality management and building solutions company.

Chitrakorn, known to her team and friends as Meow, joined Louis T Collection in June 2017 as hotel manager for Hotel Bocage, a chic, six-room boutique hotel designed by the acclaimed Thai architect, Duangrit Bunnag, in the Thai resort town of Hua Hin.

“Becoming hotel manager at Hotel Bocage involved switching to a different field but the experienced gained in my previous profession was invaluable in my role,” said Chitrakorn.

“Taking on the general manager position at Mantra is an exciting new challenge and one I’m well prepared for.”

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Chitrakorn has a wealth of experience in managing teams and inspiring high performance.

She joined Louis T Collection from her latest role as attendance management executive at Cathay Pacific where she drove performance management and provided appropriate counselling and support for over 8,000 cabin crew members.

She was also an inflight services manager for two decades, managing cabin crew, monitoring their performance and continuously enhancing passenger satisfaction throughout the inflight experience.

“Khun Meow’s broad management experience and focus on service excellence has been an exceptionally good fit for Louis T Collection,” said Mikael Svensson, senior vice president of Louis T Collection.

“This wealth of experience has enabled her to bring fresh input to the team and allowed her to adapt to new situations quickly.”
Louis T Collection acquired the coastal property in 2015.

The following year Mantra Samui Resort underwent a major renovation and repositioning, and was unveiled 18 months later with an entirely new look encompassing major changes to the resort’s rooms, pool area, landscaping and ecological footprint, as well as a new lobby and spa.