Patrick Ghielmetti promoted to Regional Vice President in charge of Four Seasons Hotels Bangkok, Chiang Mai and the Tented Camp in the Golden Triangle

Travel News Asia 8 November 2005

Mr. Patrick Ghielmetti has been promoted to the position of Regional Vice President in charge of Four Seasons Hotels Bangkok, Chiang Mai and the soon to open Tented Camp in the Golden Triangle. Mr Ghielmetti will continue to oversee Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok as General Manager. His prior assignment was at the helm of the spectacular Four Seasons Resort in Chiang Mai.

Patrick Ghielmetti

Mr. Ghielmettis 17-year career in the hospitality industry has taken him to previous postings in Hua Hin, the US, Europe and the Middle East. He received his professional education in Switzerland, his birthplace, and graduated from Ecole Hotelire Lausanne in 1986. Although Mr. Ghielmetti is now a US citizen, he was born in Bern, Switzerland.

Ghielmetti joined Four Seasons in 1995, since then he has assisted with the openings of high-profile Four Seasons properties, including Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris. He has also worked at The Pierre in New York before going to Egypt, where he spent three years opening and managing Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh.

Patrick Ghielmetti has a proven track record of excellence in the hospitality industry, said Wolf Hengst, President, Worldwide Hotel Operations. With a wealth of experience at some of the most acclaimed properties in the world, he is well suited to assume this regional role.

It is an exciting time to be in Bangkok, said Mr. Ghielmetti. Four Seasons is focusing great attention on this part of the world. In tandem with our owners, we look forward to carrying on the tradition of quality and luxury that Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts are known for.

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