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Singapore Luxury Hotel Welcomes Three New Members to Its Team

October 11, 2013 Appointments No Comments Email Email

The Singapore Marriott Hotel, which underwent a SGD 35 million refurbishment in 2012, will soon unveil a newly-refurbishment Grand Ballroom as well, bringing this iconic Hotel on Orchard Road to the next level. To go along with its new look, the luxury hotel in Singapore has appointed three new people to its team.

“With their extensive experiences in their respective fields, they will definitely be valuable assets to our team,” Antony Page, General Manager, says.

To match the recent hotel refurbishments at the Singapore Marriott Hotel, the hotel team also underwent an expansion. The growing property recently welcomed a new a new Director of Finance, Director of Sales, and Executive Pastry Chef.

To match the recent hotel refurbishments at the Singapore Marriott Hotel, the hotel team also underwent an expansion. The growing property recently welcomed a new a new Director of Finance, Director of Sales, and Executive Pastry Chef.

Rajesh Dewan joins the Singapore Marriott Hotel as the Director of Finance, bringing more than 15 years of experience that includes work with luxury hotels in Nepal, India and Singapore. A chartered accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Dewan’s most recent position was with the InterContinental Hotels Group. He plays a pertinent role in driving profit maximization and business growth, as well as coordinating the hotel’s business plans and forecasting.

The hotel, a hot spot for local dining in Singapore, also welcomes Pauline Ng as Director of Sales. Ng’s start in the industry goes back to 2000, and her current role draws on her sales experience from her most recent position as assistant Director of Sales at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore. In addition to working closely with the Singapore Marriott Hotel’s Director of Marketing to drive sales and revenue, Ng also trains young talent to succeed in the industry.

The new additions to the hotel end on a sweet note — literally — with the introduction of a new Executive Pastry Chef, John Evans. His love for baking and pastry began as a young boy in Wales, where he started working for an Italian ice cream factory that had a bakery on the top floor. Today, as a professional with more than 35 years of experience, Evans creates heavenly desserts for the hotel’s Singapore restaurants, including its new Java+, and loves working with chocolate and fresh berries.

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