Benedict Ng joins M Hotel Singapore as General Manager

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Mr. Benedict Ng has been appointed as General Manager of the 413-room M Hotel in Singapore.

 Mr Ngs last appointment was at Copthorne Kings Hotel Singapore as the propertys General Manager since 2005. A veteran professional with over twenty five years in the hospitality industry, Mr Ng embarked on his career in the hospitality industry as a Management Trainee at the former Dynasty Hotel Singapore in 1984 where he was introduced to all the facets of hotel operations. Mr Ng eventually undertook the appointment of Director of Sales and Marketing at Copthorne Kings Hotel Singapore in 1994.

I am thrilled to be part of M Hotel, where the property has the privilege of being the only M brand in the M&C Hotels portfolio. This has certainly given the hotel a unique branding and target audience, said Mr Ng. However, with the ever-evolving hospitality landscape and the revitalisation efforts by the Singapore Government, especially with the opening of the Marina Bay Financial Centre and the two Integrated Resorts, residential, retail and entertainment sectors look poised to bring incremental business opportunities to M Hotel. And so together with the team, I look forward to steering M Hotel to the next level, with a deeper focus on bringing through more personalised service standards and product enhancements.

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