Tuesday , September 25 2018

Adrian Teh appointed new general manager of Hilton Auckland & Hilton Lake Taupo

Hilton has announced the appointment of Adrian Teh as general manager for Hilton Auckland and Hilton Lake Taupo.

With a career in the hospitality industry spanning some 20 years, Adrian brings a new energy and fresh perspective on the overall operations to both North Island hotels.

Originally from Malaysia, Adrian began his hospitality career with Starwood Hotels & Resorts in Perth within concierge and then front office. Upon completion of his business degree, Adrian relocated to Sydney and from there his career saw him work in various Australian cities including, Adelaide, Newcastle, Darwin and the Gold Coast.

During 2010, Adrian took on the challenge of opening Chifley Wollongong as general manager, staying there for four years and accomplishing numerous awards for the hotel.

In 2014, Adrian joined Hilton as director of operations for Hilton Brisbane where he propelled the successful delivery of the G20 Brisbane summit. Soon after, Adrian moved to Hilton’s flagship Australian hotel, Hilton Sydney, as director of operations.

When asked about starting his new adventure across the Tasman, Adrian commented: “I am extremely excited about this new challenge with Hilton and to be General Manager for two hotels in the North Island. The Auckland and Lake Taupo Hilton properties are both well established as market leaders and I very much look forward to further enhancing the overall performance, whilst continuing to create an exceptional experience for our guests.”

Hilton Auckland and Hilton Lake Taupo are part of Hilton Honours, the award-winning guest-loyalty program for Hilton’s 14 distinct hotel brands. Hilton Honours members who book directly through preferred Hilton channels save time and money and gain instant access to the benefits they care about most, such as an exclusive member discount, free Wi-Fi and a flexible payment slider that allows members to choose nearly any combination of Points and money to book a stay.

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