The Reverie Saigon appoints new General Manager

The Reverie Saigon is proud to announce the recent appointment of Mr. Kai Speth as the General Manager. Mr. Speth is an acclaimed hotelier with over 30 years of experience in the hospitality industry including management positions in luxury hotels throughout Asia. As the General Manager of The Reverie Saigon, Mr. Speth will be responsible for ensuring the hotel maintains the quality standards expected from a member of the Leading Hotels of the World as well as managing the growth and success of the luxury property.

In addition to the roles of General Manager at the luxury hotel, Mr. Speth will simultaneously be managing the Times Square Building which features a retail podium, grade-A office space, The Reverie Residence luxury serviced apartments.

Prior to joining The Reverie Saigon, Mr. Speth brings with him experiences as General Manager from Grand Hyatt Taipei, Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi, and various management roles within Hyatt Hotels and Resorts in Bali, South Korea, and the United States.

In 2011, he was voted as one of the Top 10 Business Men in Vietnam by the local Business Style Magazine publication and the Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam. In addition he won the2009 GM of the Year award from the French organization MKG/HTR in the upscale luxury hotel category.

Updated: Jan. 16, 2017

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