Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver
- 791 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6C 2T4, Canada
Four Seasons Tenure
- Since 1984
- First Four Seasons Assignment: Front Office at the Regent Sydney (formerly a Four Seasons hotel)
- Regent Singapore (A Four Seasons Hotel); Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies; Four Seasons Residence Club Aviara, North San Diego; The Ritz-Carlton Chicago (A Four Seasons Hotel) and Four Seasons Hotel Chicago; Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay; The Regent Auckland (formerly a Four Seasons hotel); The Regent Sydney (now Four Seasons Hotel Sydney)
- Market Drayton, Shropshire, England
- MIT program – Intercontinental Hotels
- English, some Bahasa Indonesia
Racking up the frequent flyer mileage and ample life experience, Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver General Manager Martin Sinclair has crisscrossed the Pacific Ocean an impressive number of times during his thirty-years-plus career with Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. Sinclair felt quickly at home in the stunning seaside city, and for good reason. Born in England and growing up in New Zealand from a young age, Sinclair draws significant comparisons between his new home in British Columbia and the home of his childhood - both boasting friendly people, harbour cities, wine country, spectacular outdoor vistas, lakes, mountains, forests and a passionate allegiance to the home team.
Sinclair’s love for the hotel and tourism industries began as a young man who was driven to travel, learn and grow. This is reflective in a resume that demonstrates great experience at an ideal blend of luxury resorts and world-class urban hotels. Sinclair joined the team in Vancouver most recently from a very successful turn at the Regent Singapore (A Four Seasons Hotel), and was excited to shed the simmering tropics for a young-at-heart Hotel on top of its game.
“The storied Vancouver property is a Four Seasons original,” shares Sinclair. “The Hotel’s established history paired with its many accolades, highly motivated team and youthful attitude are just a few reasons why I was thrilled to step into this new role. And Vancouver’s natural beauty and cosmopolitan nature are icing on the cake.”
Martin and his wife Tori settled in to their North Shore home with their two teenage daughters. Besides spending time with his family, Martin enjoys fly fishing adventures that are abundant in beautiful British Columbia.