Sean Mosher

General Manager
"How our guests experience the destination and what they take away from their travels to Northern Thailand remain paramount."


Four Seasons Tenure

  • Since 2002
  • First Four Seasons Assignment: Communications Supervisor, Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver

Employment History

  • Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui; Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan; Four Seasons Resort Langkawi, Malaysia; Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire, England; Four Seasons Hotel Toronto; Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver (formerly a Four Seasons hotel); The Pan Pacific Hotel Vancouver, Canada


  • Hospitality Services Management, Nova Scotia Community College, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia; Park View Education Center, Nova Scotia, Canada


  • Nova Scotia, Canada

Languages Spoken

  • English

"For me, the interest in joining the hotel industry came very early on as I saw my hometown transform each summer from a quiet, traditional Canadian fishing town, to a bustling, prosperous destination for tourists from all over the world. The beauty of the landscape and warm hospitality were a natural draw," reminisces Sean Mosher, General Manager of Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai and Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle.

Originally from Nova Scotia, Sean graduated with a Diploma in Hospitality Services from Nova Scotia Community College and began his hospitality career at The Delta Barrington Hotel in Halifax before moving to the Pan Pacific Hotel in Vancouver. Now with a career spanning over two decades, Sean joined Four Seasons as Communications Supervisor at a Four Seasons hotel that was operated in Vancouver. His career took him to England where he spent six years at Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire, working his way up from Assistant Front Office Manager to Director of Rooms, before moving with his family to Langkawi and then to Bali as a Resort Manager.

Having grown up by the sea, his love for the palm-fringed islands and excitement to move to Koh Samui as a General Manager were easily explained. “I became enraptured as soon as I visited the Resort and I can understand why so many guests come back year after year to enjoy the island life here!”

Having spent three years on one of Thailand’s best-loved islands, Sean feels he has landed his dream role as the General Manager of Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai and Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle. “I am excited to further discover the deep-rooted culture and rich legacy of this country. To be able to bring our guests close to that, in a truly Four Seasons way, is special,” he smiles. How guests experience the destination and make meaningful connections, remain priorities for Sean, even as he continues his odyssey in the "Land of Smiles."