Ventana Big Sur Welcomes New Area Vice President and General Manager Anthony Duggan

The Iconic Resort Continues to Build on a Vision for the Future

USA, Big Sur, California. July 01, 2021

Ventana Big Sur is pleased to announce the appointment of Anthony Duggan as area vice president and general manager. Duggan brings an impressive resume of roles with some of the most beloved and respected luxury hospitality brands in the country, from AMAN to L'Auberge, to Ventana Big Sur.

With over 20 years of luxury hospitality experience, Duggan's collaborative approach and a proven track record for driving revenue, improving operational performance, increasing market share, guest satisfaction and staff engagement will undoubtedly continue to elevate the guest experience.

"Big Sur is a special and inspiring place. Connecting with the associates, local purveyors and the local community is a true honor and I feel privileged to now call this special place ‘home,'" said Duggan.

Prior to joining Ventana Big Sur, he served as area vice president and general manager at Miraval Austin Wellness Resort & Spa, along with other notable properties including L'Auberge de Sedona, Westin Washington DC, and the iconic Amangiri by AMAN. Duggan has also held hotel management and operations roles at The St. Regis San Francisco and the Fairmont Kea Lani in Hawaii, as well as the brand's Chicago property.

To learn more about Ventana Big Sur, please visit ventanabigsur.com.


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