People on the move in Pan Pacific hotels across Myanmar, Malaysia and Singapore.
Mark Losi, General Manager, PARKROYAL Yangon
As one of Pan Pacific Hotels Group’s most experienced general managers, Losi has been with the Group for 15 years. He was first appointed General Manager of PARKROYAL Penang Resort in 2002 before taking helm at Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore, and subsequently oversaw PARKROYAL on Beach Road’s SGD20 million (USD14.7 million) makeover before moving on to PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur.
Apart from his drive for performance excellence, Losi is known amongst his colleagues and the teams he has managed over the years for his personable leadership style.
Losi will now lead PARKROYAL Yangon, a 333-room hotel that underwent an 18-month long refurbishment in 2016. It is also located in the Central Business District and within walking distance to iconic landmarks such as the Shwedagon Pagoda and Bogyoke Aung San Market.
Guy Owen, General Manager, PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur
Owen has rapidly advanced in his career with Pan Pacific Hotels Group since joining the Group in 2008 as a Food & Beverage manager at Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore. In 2012, Owen was made Food & Beverage director at Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort and earned several promotions before becoming its general manager in 2016.
Owen is known for his ability to nurture close ties with stakeholders while driving the performance of the property. Owen’s dedication and constant innovation has helped to create many success stories and bring about guest satisfaction and loyalty at the resort. Prior to joining Pan Pacific Hotels Group, he was with The Savoy London and the Covent Garden Hotel London.
His latest role will see him taking charge of PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur, a 426-room hotel in the heart of the bustling Malaysian capital with easy access to the city’s business, shopping and entertainment districts, as well as city landmark Petronas Twin Towers.
Craig Syphers, General Manager, PARKROYAL on Beach Road
Syphers joined Pan Pacific Hotels Group as the general manager of PARKROYAL Melbourne Airport in 2013 and was transferred to Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore two years later.
During his tenure at PARKROYAL Melbourne Airport, Syphers strengthened the hotel’s positioning as one of the leading airport hotels in the region.
Prior to joining the Group, Syphers had worked at several international hotels in Australia and New Zealand.
Syphers’s new role will see him leading the 343-room PARKROYAL on Beach Road, which recently unveiled a refurbished all-day dining restaurant, Ginger.
Adjacent to the hotel is the Ballrooms at PARKROYAL on Beach Road, a standalone meetings and events facility which can accommodate up to 860 guests.
Andrew Donadel, General Manager, Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore
Donadel began his career with the Group in 2013 as the general manager of Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road, Singapore and PARKROYAL Serviced Suites, Singapore. In 2014, Donadel moved to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam to head up PARKROYAL Saigon.
He now returns to Singapore for a new role at Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore.
An Australian, Andrew started his hospitality career with The Westin Sydney and Montreal Marriott Chateau Champlain before moving to Ascott International, where he spent six years managing Somerset, Citadines and Ascott serviced residences in Singapore and Australia.
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