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  Sandy Lane Hotel in Barbados Appoints
Carl Henderson as General Manager
(St. James, Barbados) - December 22, 2006 -  Sandy Lane Hotel in Barbados is delighted to announce the appointment of Carl Henderson as General Manager.  Henderson joins Sandy Lane with over 20 years senior management experience within some of the leading luxury resorts around the world.  Most recently he was General Manager of Parrot Cay in Turks and Caicos. 
Commenting on the appointment of Carl Henderson, Michael Pownall, Chief Executive of Sandy Lane states, “Having now completed the task of strengthening our senior management team, I believe we have all the relevant luxury resort experience necessary to ensure we take Sandy Lane to new higher levels of success in the coming years. Carl is a highly experienced General Manager and we are delighted to welcome him to the team at Sandy Lane.”
Mr. Henderson brings with him a wealth of experience from within the luxury hospitality industry. He held the position of General Manager at Parrot Cay for three years and prior to that was Managing Director at Frégate Island Private in the Seychelles. In addition, he has held senior roles at Orient Express Trains and Cruises, Aman Resorts, Chewton Glen as well as being General Manager for the Royal Palaces at The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. 
Henderson is of British nationality and is married with two children. 

About Sandy Lane
Sandy Lane is located on the western coast of the island of Barbados.  Originally built in 1961, Dermot Desmond, J.P. McManus and partners purchased the property and golf course in 1996 and completely rebuilt and expanded, opening in March 2001.  This exclusive 112-room resort has stylish lodging in rooms that average 900 square feet, a five-bedroom villa, luxury Bentley airport transfers, four restaurants including the signature restaurant L’Acajou, five bars, a 47,000-square-foot spa and three distinct golf courses offering guests the best golf in the Caribbean.  Two of the courses are Tom Fazio-designed 18-hole courses including the Green Monkey Course.  


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Also See: Michael Pownall Named Chief Executive of the Sandy Lane Hotel & Golf Resort on Barbados / October 2005
Sandy Lane Resort Names Marcel Driessen Executive Chef; Will Oversee the Barbados Resort's Four Restaurants / August 2005


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