International Business & Economy Four Seasons Hotel KL reveals latest leadership appointments

Four Seasons Hotel KL reveals latest leadership appointments




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Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur reveals its latest leadership appointments. The new team is joining General Manager Tom Roelens for a mid-2018 launch.

Vinod Narayan, Junious Dickerson, Nelson Hilton, and industry experts Kellie Ng and Tengku Badariah are the newest members.

However, the team will be overseeing the essential day-to-day operations as the Hotel prepares for its mid-2018 launch.

Accordingly, the group will offer a sophisticated urban complement to the award-winning Four Seasons Resort Langkawi.

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The hotel will introduce a new level of prestige to the Golden Triangle neighbourhood in the KL skyline.

It is located next to the iconic Petronas Twin Towers and the beautifully landscaped 50-acre KLCC Park.

Nevertheless, with intimate and personalised hospitality, the target is the international travellers and local luxury seekers.

On the other hand, the new 65-storey mixed-use tower will boast a 209-room Hotel.

Known as The Shoppes at “Four Seasons Place”, it has a six-floor 250,000 square feet luxury retail space.

In addition, there is a 242 Private Residences and 27 Serviced Apartments.

The Hotel features a 520-seat Grand Ballroom, equipped to host the city’s leading business and social events.

“However, executive chef Dickerson will oversee the Hotel’s six restaurants and lounges.

“These include the Yun House, The Lounge, the Pool Bar & Grill and the stylish cocktail bar, Bar Trigona.”Follow us on Social Media

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