Melia Ho Tram Beach Resort appoints GM

18-May-2019 Intellasia | VN Economic Times | 6:00 AM Print This Post

Manuel Ferriol takes up post at recently-opened resort.

The new five-star Melia Ho Tram Beach Resort has appointed Manuel Ferriol as its general manager.

Ferriol has worked for Melia Hotels and Resorts for the past 15 years, steadily rising through the ranks before becoming an acting Resident manager at Gran Melia Fenix in Madrid, a Leading Hotel of the World, and Resident manager at TRYP Palma Bellver By Melia in Mallorca.

In 2014, he was appointed director of Operations at Melia Hanoi, the Spanish group’s flagship hotel in Vietnam and recognised as one of the most luxurious MICE and events hotels in Asia.

After two years at Melia Hanoi, he was promoted to general manager at Melia Danang. His success establishing then-newly opened Melia Danang, combined with his experience managing leisure and business hotels in Vietnam, resulted in his appointment as general manager of Melia Ho Tram Beach Resort.

After a soft opening on March 15, the 152-room and 61-villa Melia Ho Tram Beach Resort celebrated its grand opening on April 20, cutting the ribbon on a host of world-class facilities, such as three restaurants including a beach club, three swimming pools, a swim-up bar, a coffee shop, a ten-treatment room spa, an executive lounge, a ballroom and conference facilities, a kids’ club, a gymnasium, a gift shop, and more.

“Manuel has been with Melia Hotels International for 15 years,” said Bernardo Cabot, vice President Asia Pacific, Melia Hotels International. “He joined our internal management programme and has grown with the company to become a general manager due to his talent, his ability to learn very quickly, and his unbridled enthusiasm for hospitality. With his rich knowledge of our brand built up over many years and his strong expertise in business and leisure in Vietnam, he is an indispensable asset to our hotel group, particularly as we expand significantly in the Vietnamese market.”


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