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New Appointment - Heritage Christchurch Resident Manager


New Appointment - Heritage Christchurch Resident Manager
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 17 APRIL 2014

Heritage Hotel Management is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Ana Vivas as the new resident manager of Heritage Christchurch.

Ana has been the resident manager at the Heritage Boutique Waterfront Suites Bay of Islands since 2012.

Originally from Mexico, Ana worked in hotels in her home country, first for Starwood Hotels and later for Small Luxury Hotels of the World.

She moved to New Zealand in 2000 with her family and settled in Christchurch working in her own hospitality business for nine years.

She has a bachelor of business and a diploma in hotel administration. She has held roles in sales and marketing and operations in her extensive career.

“I am thrilled to be back in Christchurch which was my first home in New Zealand. I am excited to be managing such an iconic and important heritage building as the Heritage Christchurch and to be part of the city’s regeneration,” says Ms Vivas.

Heritage Christchurch, set in the Old Government Building, opened its elegant doors again to guests in late 2013. The building also celebrated its 100th year last year after a loving restoration of the multi-award winning building.

The all-suites property offers beautifully appointed one and two bedroom suites and a fully equipped health club with lap pool, sauna and Jacuzzi on site.


Website www.heritagehotels.co.nz/christchurch

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