Park Hyatt Sanya Sunny Bay Resort Appoints Marc Walz


Park Hyatt Sanya Sunny Bay Resort announced the appointment of its new hotel manager Mr. Marc Walz, who will be responsible for the management and operations of the resort.

Mr. Marc Walz has been selected as Hotel Manager of Park Hyatt Sanya Sunny Bay Resort effective 8 January, 2018. Marc graduated from Maritim Hotel Stuttgart School and commenced his hospitality career with Hyatt in September 2001 as Outlet Manager at Hyatt Regency Cologne. He continued to grow his career in Food & Beverage as Assistant Director of Food & Beverage in locations such as Grand Hyatt Dubai and Park Hyatt Beijing. In August, 2013, Marc moved to Park Hyatt Shanghai as Director of Food & Beverage and was further advanced to Executive Assistant Manager — Food & Beverage in March, 2016.

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