|December 17, 2014|
Sonny Ang Appointed Head of Sales & Marketing For Marco Polo Hotels - Hong Kong
|Marco Polo Hotels - Hong Kong has announced the appointment of Mr Sonny Ang as Head of Sales & Marketing, effective November 3, 2014.|
Sonny is a seasoned hotelier with over 25 years of hospitality experience in Hong Kong, Southeast Asia and Mainland China. His most recent positions were the Vice President of Sales & Marketing of Himalayas Hotels & Communities and General Manager of Himalayas Qingdao Hotel (Himalayas is the owning company of Jumeirah Shanghai). Prior to that, Sonny held executive positions at a number of well-known hotels including Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts, InterContinental Hotels Group, Le Royal Meridien Shanghai, Hilton International and Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts.
"I have followed Sonny's career over the past 15 years, and know him to be very passionate about Sales & Marketing. He is an inclusive team leader, a strategic thinker and has a keen understanding of the Hong Kong market, with its challenges and opportunities." said Mr James Ong, General Manager of Marco Polo Hotels -- Hong Kong.
In his new role as Head of Sales & Marketing for Marco Polo Hotels - Hong Kong, Sonny will lead and oversee the strategic direction and implementation of marketing and communication efforts to support business growth and profitability for the Marco Polo Hongkong, Gateway and Prince Hotels.
Marco Polo Hotels - Hong Kong
Situated in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui in Kowloon, the three Marco Polo hotels in Hong Kong, namely Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel, Gateway Hotel and Prince Hotel, form part of Harbour City - Hong Kong's largest shopping complex of more than 450 shops featuring the world's leading luxury brands. The three hotels comprise 1,458 well-appointed and spacious guestrooms and suites, all equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi with deluxe amenities. Every Marco Polo hotel befits the new-age traveller, whether on business or leisure, with its elegant design, impeccable service and modern comforts. Marco Polo Hotels is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Wharf (Holdings) Ltd, a Hong Kong-listed company with core business interests in property and investments in communications and container-terminal operations.