Wim Fagel joins Amari Residences Bangkok as General Manager

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 11 August 2010

Wim Fagel has been appointed as General Manager of the Amari Residences Bangkok, the 128-room newly built property scheduled to open in October 2010.

As GM, Fagel will oversee all the pre-opening aspects of the hotel which is located adjacent to the Bangkok Hospital.

With more than 23 years of experience in the hospitality industry, Fagel began his career in his native home in the Netherlands. He worked in numerous operational roles in several leading hotels and restaurants in various positions before moving to Kathmandu to take on the role of Managing Director at Summit Hotel and Summit Nepal Trekking.

After his four year stint in Nepal, Fagel moved to Thailand in 2003 to join Amari. He brought his expertise and strong management skills to his role as General Manager of Amari Rincome Chiang Mai, a role he held for six years before moving to Bangkok to lead the pre-opening team of Amari Residences Bangkok.

With our spacious, stylish interiors, contemporary design and range of facilities, combined with our warm, friendly service, Amari Residences Bangkok will set a new standard for serviced apartment accommodation, said Fagel.  For those visiting Bangkok for medical treatments, our unique location offers unmatched convenience and value.

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