News Source: www.travelnewsasia.com
Martin Fabiano Returns to Jakarta as GM of the Sari Pacific Hotel
News Source/Courtesy: www.travelnewsasia.com

The Sari Pacific hotel in Jakarta has appointed Martin Fabiano as General Manager.

With over 25 years of experience in international hospitality, Martin has worked in North America, Europe, Middle East and Asia.

He started his career in Jakarta at the Shangri-La Hotel and then entered the F&B field with additional roles in sales and marketing and operations.

His extensive experience includes recent roles as Vice President Operations at G Charlton Hotels & Resorts in China and General Manager at Naman Retreat Da Nang, Vietnam and Imperial Hotel Vung Tau, Vietnam.

“We are very fortunate to have Martin join Sari Pacific Jakarta. His distinctive background, clear vision and impressive leadership skills will play a vital role in the continued success of the hotel,” said Abhi Gurung, Executive Director, MARCLAN International, the hotel management service that manages Sari Pacific Jakarta.

Martin is a graduate of Les Roches Switzerland, where he received a Diploma Certificate in Hospitality Management. He is fluent in both English and Italian, and can also speak some French and Spanish.

“I am honored to join the excellent team at Sari Pacific Jakarta. I look forward to continue the hotel’s legacy and continue to deliver exceptional hospitality experience to our guests and creating a new legacy,” said Martin.

Fill the numbers here
If not readable, please refresh.
Refresh

News Source: www.travelnewsasia.com

You Might Also Like

Leave A Comment

Don’t worry ! Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked (*).

Fill the numbers here
If not readable, please refresh.
Refresh

Fill the numbers here
If not readable, please refresh.
Refresh

-: Disclaimer :-


This article has been aggregated from www.travelnewsasia.com and they maybe/are the copyright owners of the same. If you are the Author/Copyright owner of this article and want us to remove the same then send an email to admin@hoteliers.news so that we can delete it immediately. We sincerely regret and apologies for any inconvenience caused to you due to the same. Though it is your decision but please take note that the link to your website and the article have been given above, within and on the bottom of the article.

Hoteliers In Limelight

Voting Poll