Nanuku, Auberge Resorts Collection in Fiji has announced the appointment of hospitality professional Logan Miller to general manager.
The announcement sees Miller returning to his home country to act as an industry and destination expert for the resort.
“Nanuku’s strong ties to its destination can be seen in various ways, from our authentic cultural programming that honours Fiji’s history to our sustainability initiatives that give back to the community that houses us down to every homegrown ingredient we proudly serve our guests through our destination-driven culinary program,” said Chris Gabaldon, chief operating officer for Auberge Resorts Collection.
“Logan is yet another example of the best of Fiji and we are delighted to have him back at the property.”
Born and raised in Fiji, Miller received a Bachelor of Commerce in Hospitality and Tourism Management from the Blue Mountains Hotel School in Sydney, Australia. After graduation, he began a one-year intensive Manager in Training program at Four Seasons Sydney before accepting full-time employment at the property.
Miller spent a year working while travelling throughout Europe until he eventually moved to the United States and landed at Amangani Resort in Wyoming as a Guest Services Manager. After almost two years, he left the cold to return home to sunny Fiji and joined the Nanuku, Auberge Resorts Collection as director of food and beverage.
Most recently, he acted as Director of Operations for Calistoga Ranch, Auberge Resorts Collection in Napa.
“I am honoured to be back at Nanuku where I can share the love I have for my home with our guests and guide them on an immersive, enriching journey into the Fijian culture,” said Miller.
“What sets Nanuku apart is our high calibre of team members who take the time to form quality connections with guests and leave lasting impressions, and I am thrilled to return to my roots to work alongside a team that exemplifies true Fijian hospitality.”
In his new role as general manager, Miller oversees all facets at Nanuku, including the more than 50 unique ‘Auberge Adventures’ such as camping on Nanuku’s private island, beekeeping, mangrove planting, and snorkelling the resort’s coral reef.
When not at work, Miller loves to cook for family and friends and spend quality time with his wife Janice and their two daughters.