Movenpick Resort & Spa Karon Beach Names New General Manager

New changes are up for a 5 star boutique hotel in Karon as Movenpick Resort & Spa Karon Beach welcomes its new manager this year.


New General Manager

The 5 star boutique hotel in Karon recently appointed Harold Rainfroy as its new general manager effective starting September 14, 2018.


Rainfroy explains that he is looking ford to working with an incredible team over at Movenpick Resort & Spa Karon Beach. He says that he is excited to work and cooperate with the rest of the group to provide quality service and ensure the satisfaction of their guests.


Moving to Karon Beach

Before his appointment, Harold Rainfroy was the General Manager for Movenpick Hotel Mactan Island in Cebu, Philippines. He has also worked in the United Arab Emirates as well as all throughout the Southeast Asian region. This has given him a total of about 39 years experience in hospitality.


He has worked in the hospitality industry all over the world, including Kuwait, Taiwan, Dubai, and Oman. From Taiwan, he moved back to the United Arab Emirates after Taiwan was ravaged by a storm. Eventually, he found his way back to Southeast Asia where he worked at Eastern and Oriental Hotel located in Penang, Malaysia. It is a 125 year-old hotel where he worked and stayed for three years. After his stint in Malaysia, he was given the position as general manager at Movenpick Hotel Mactan Island in Cebu, Philippines.

Academic Background

Harold Rainfroy graduated at Tecomah France in 1988 with a background in food and beverage. As a student, he was able to work at a restaurant in Versailles— his first ever job at a restaurant. He then moved to Paris and worked for more than five years at 2 and 3 Michelin star restaurants.


His academic background and extensive work experience in the industry has earned him the opportunity to now work at Movenpick Resort & Spa Karon Beach as general manager. Through his various experiences in Southeast Asia, he could best help the team provide an unforgettable stay for the guests of the hotel. His experience would also give him insight on the culture of the place, and the people in it.