Brian Douglas Appointed Spa Manager of Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach

USA, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. May 28, 2020

Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach, an oceanfront luxury resort in South Florida, announced the appointment of Brian David Douglas as Spa Manager of the 290 all-suite resort situated on Fort Lauderdale's exclusive North Beach.

Douglas will be responsible for spearheading all operations at the property's CONRAD Spa to provide guests with an unparalleled ambiance, experience and intuitive service. Boasting a dual license as an esthetician and massage therapist, the spa aficionado brings more than 13 years of industry experience with him to Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach.

"Fort Lauderdale is undergoing a cultural renaissance and Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach is poised to be at the epicenter of it," said Nadim Barrage, Hotel Manager of Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach. "We are thrilled to welcome Brian Douglas and his fusion of contemporary luxury and Southern charm to one of Fort Lauderdale's renowned addresses."

Before joining Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach, Douglas owned his own spa, David Douglas Spa, for four years, where he was named a Global Spa & Wellness Award Winner by American Spa Magazine and Top Spa for Men by Luxury Travel Advisors Magazine, in addition to receiving an honor by the city of Wilton Manors in October 2018.

His prior experiences include receiving certification as a medical massage therapist and having worked as the resident massage therapist for a NC hospital for five years. As part of an integrative program, he also worked alongside doctors, surgeons and an acupuncturist to develop treatments for post-operative care and patients with chronic pain conditions.

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