Viceroy Los Cabos Appoints Peter Bowling as Regional Managing Director

Mexico, San Jose del Cabo. March 25, 2020

Viceroy Los Cabos - the premier oceanfront resort located in the heart of San José del Cabo - is pleased to announce the appointment of Peter Bowling as Regional Managing Director. A world-renowed hotelier, Bowling brings over 20 years of experience to his new role where he will oversee Viceroy Los Cabos as well as operational guidance for future Viceroy developments in Latin America.

Bowling joins Viceroy Los Cabos from Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, where he most recently served as Managing Director and played an instrumental role in the hotel's successful 2017 opening. Prior to this role Bowling's professional history has spanned worldwide, holding Managing Director roles at One & Only Palmilla Los Cabos, Capella Pedregral Cabo San Lucas, and Jumby Bay Rosewood Antigua. During his time at these properties Bowling enhanced the resorts' global reputations, all achieving recognition as number one in Condé Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure.

Earlier in his career, Bowling held high-profile positions for a variety of international properties including Capella Castlemartyr County Cork Ireland, Cotton House Mustique, Royal Pavillion, Glitter Bay Barbados, and The Inn at Perry Cabin in Maryland USA. At the time of his leadership, all of the resorts' receivied international accolades.

With an impressive international pedigree under his belt, Bowling is recognized as a fair, strong and considerate leader with a multitude of skills. Bowling's genuine passion for the hotel industry has served him a great deal in building lasting relationships with luxury travel agents, high caliber media, and international clientele.

"The Viceroy Los Cabos team is thrilled to extend a warm welcome to Bowling," said Bill Walshe, CEO of Viceroy Hotels & Resorts. "We look forward to having an exceptional leader that is dedicated to the growth and success of our luxury resorts."

Bowling attended Hotel School in England before launching a career in British country house hotels, Lainston House in Winchester, Eastwell Manor, and Chilston Park in Kent prior to starting his international journey.

Alongside his passion for luxury hotels, Bowling enjoys family time with his wife Kathy, playing the piano, and traveling and entertaining with family and friends.

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