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Hilton Pattaya Appoints New GM

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Rudolf Trstler has been appointed as the new General Manager of Hilton Pattaya.

Originally from Austria, Rudolf Trstler has spent his professional life working in hospitality in far-flung destinations, from the U.K to Australia and various parts of Asia for more than 20 years in food & beverage, finance and operations. Prior to joining Hilton Pattaya, he was general manager at Hilton Colombo in Sri Lanka.

Hilton Pattaya is set in the heart of the city overlooking Pattaya Beach and the Bay, perched atop Southeast Asias largest beachfront shopping complex, CentralFestival Pattaya Beach.

"Trstler is one of Hilton Worldwides great assets due to his outstanding successful track record and strong network in Austria, Australia, United Kingdom and Asia. His passion for people and his in-depth global hospitality knowledge will continue to drive Hilton Pattayas aim to be the hotel of choice for both business and leisure travelers. Under his guidance, we are confident that the hotel will continue to cement its upscale position as one of Asia's top hotels," said Dirk De Cuyper, regional general manager Thailand, Hilton Worldwide.

Hilton Worldwide manages eight other properties in Thailand including: Conrad Bangkok, Millennium Hilton Bangkok, Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa, Conrad Koh Samui, Hilton Phuket Arcadia Resort & Spa, DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Phuket Surin Beach and the recently opened DoubleTree by Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok and Hilton Sukhumvit. It will open Waldorf Astoria Bangkok in 2015.

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