The Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, one of the world’s
most famous and celebrated luxury hotels, has appointed Anthony
Tyler as General Manager.
Mr. Tyler is no stranger to the hotel, having
worked at the iconic property in 1998 as Assistant Director of
Food and Beverage. From there, he held senior positions at leading
properties across Europe, Asia, the Middle East, North and Central
America, gaining extensive experience in operations and
Prior to taking on this new role in Bangkok, he was
General Manager of the Mandarin Oriental, Guangzhou and before that, Hotel Manager at
Mandarin Oriental, Shanghai.
A British national born and raised in
Switzerland, Tyler speaks English, French, German and Spanish.
“Returning to Bangkok to take this prestigious post is an
absolute honour,” Tyler said. “I am delighted to be working with each and every
member of this passionate team and look forward to continuing to
delight our guests with the levels of service excellence for which
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok is renowned across the globe.”
The 331-room Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok recently
concluded the most extensive restoration in its 144-year history. Newly designed guestrooms and suites,
and a variety of updated facilities have enhanced the hotel’s
resort style while maintaining its classic, Thai-influenced
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