Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit Appoints General Manager

With all the tourism in the country, especially the capital, it’s a small wonder that the tourism industry in Bangkok is ever changing. New developments are being announced, and new staff are being hired.

As is the case with one of the Sukhumvit suites hotel, the Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit, which has recently just appointed their general manager, the appointment made a few months before the opening of the hotel sometime in 2018.

The appointed staff member, Sammy Carolus, will return to the country, in which he spent at least half of his 25-year career in the hospitality industry, in order to take his post as the general manager of the capital’s first Hyatt Regency branded hotel. Prior to this recent appointment, he was acting as the general manager for the Grand Hyatt Taipei.

Carolus said in a statement that he was excited to return to Thailand, which he calls the Land of Smiles, after a fulfilling experience in Taipei, who first moved there back in 2003 when he took the post of Director of Marketing for the Hyatt Regency Hua Hin.

He describes the Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit as the new jewel in the Hyatt Regency brand, and that this new Sukhumvit suites hotel, would be a big player in the field. He also adds that he looks forward to acting as the general manager of the new hotel, with its grand opening sometime during the summer of 2018.

Carolus’s professional career with the Hyatt Group back in 1992, acting as a sales associate in Bali Hyatt, back in his home country of Indonesia, then he moved to his post as the Associate Director of Business Development and Director of Business Development at  the Grand Hyatt Bali.

Vice President Willi Martin of Hyatt Hotels &Resorts, says that, with Carolus’s experience in the field, his eye for the industry, and his history with Hyatt Hotels, that he was the ideal choice to be the general manager for the first Hyatt Regency branded hotel in the Thailand capital.

The new hotel will have 273-room will be the fourth Hyatt hotel in the capital, and will be joining its sister establishments the Park Hyatt Bangkok, Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit and Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok.

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