General Hotels Management (GHM) announced the departure of its chief operating officer (COO), Mr. Sukhdeep Singh. The reason for his leaving was not given.
Mr. Singh was appointed as COO in 2009 following 17 years with the company, previously as GHM’s senior vice president of finance, administration, and development from 2008 and many years as managing director of GHM’s The Strand Hotel, Yangon.
“Suki’s wide-ranging experience and professionalism has been a great asset to GHM and an integral part of the group’s recent success and expansion,” said Hans Jenni, president and director of GHM.
Established in 1992, GHM offers services in conceptualizing, developing, and operating an exclusive group of hotels and resorts worldwide. With its expansive portfolio and several more in the pipeline, GHM prides itself on providing guests with a distinctive lifestyle experience that is unrivaled.
Each GHM resort and hotel is one of a kind, possessing distinctive concepts and design elements. The signature GHM style is best defined through “Asian-inspired designs with delicate details.”
GHM’s portfolio of properties includes The Setai (Miami Beach); The Datai (Langkawi, Malaysia); The Legian & The Club at The Legian (Bali); The Nam Hai (Vietnam); The Strand (Myanmar); The Chedi Club at Tanah Gajah – Ubud (Bali); The Chedi – Muscat (Oman); and The Chedi – Chiang Mai (Thailand).
GHM properties currently under development include the following hotels and resorts worldwide: The Nizuc in Riviera Maya, Mexico; The Ananti Club, Seoul; The Malkai, Barka, Oman; The Chedi, Cairo; The Chedi, Jordan; The Chedi, Andermatt, Switzerland; The Chedi, Kilada Hills, Greece; The Chedi, Thracian Cliffs, Cape Kaliakra, Bulgaria; The Chedi, Tamouda Bay, Morocco; The Chedi, Taiping Lake, China; The Chedi, Suzhou, China; and The Chedi Club & Residences, Kuala Lumpur.