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Bella Vista Accommodation Announces Key Appointments

Bella Vista Accommodation Announces Key Appointments

Bella Vista Accommodation Nationwide has appointed Rob Burnell to the role of General Manager – Sales and Business Development.

Focusing on developing the Bella Vista brand to international, domestic and corporate customers whilst growing the groups revenue across all channels, the new role is the latest chapter in Bella Vista’s vision of delivering and growing New Zealand’s only consistent, high-quality motel experience.

Originally hailing from the UK, Rob has over ten years of senior level New Zealand tourism experience including General Manager for notable companies such as Ski Express, Tourmasters South Pacific and more recently JUCY Cruise which he successfully guided to a period of exponential growth.

In conjunction with Mr Burnell’s appointment, the Bella Vista chain has also secured the services of Jason Baker, Director of New Zealand Tourism Results to represent the brand to the inbound wholesale market.

Natalie Evan’s, CEO of Bella Vista explained that this is an exciting development for Bella Vista.


“Rob’s appointment is a strong indication to the market that now is the right time for the Bella Vista group to step forward and take the network to the next level. Rob and Jason’s complimentary skillset will provide the business with a strong platform on which future growth can be obtained.

With the two of them working in tandem, we are very confident of a successful future”

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