Grand Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel appoints DOSM

Rene Mayer was previously working in Indonesia

Rene Mayer
Rene Mayer

Grand Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel & Residences Emirates Pearl has appointed Rene Mayer as its director of sales & marketing.

Mayer who has been working in the industry since 17 has held management positions at several brands including InterContinental Hotels & Resorts, Kempinski Hotels and Starwood Hotels & Resorts.

Speaking about his new role, Mayer said: “I'm excited to join the team of Grand Hyatt Abu Dhabi and I am looking forward to contributing to the development of this property.”

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After moving to Asia in 2011 to assume the position of director of sales and marketing at Sofitel Hanoi, Mayer became the director of global sales for regent hotels & resorts in Taipei. He spent the last five years with Fairmont Hotels in Indonesia, including Fairmont Sanur Beach Bali and Fairmont Jakarta.

“We are excited to have Rene as part of Grand Hyatt Abu Dhabi & Residences Emirates Pearl. I’m confident that our hotel will continue to grow under his leadership in the sales & marketing department,” said general manager Julien Gonzalvez.

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