Paulina Siudym has been appointed the new Director of Sales at Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa.
Originally from Poland, Paulina was previously the Business Development Director for Palm Beach Resort and Spa in the Maldives. With a wealth of international hospitality experience including key positions in Italy and Turkey, she introduced the property to the international market and revamped sales strategies.
Prior to joining the hospitality industry, she was in charge of operational management of the Special Sales of Ferrari Clients and the Ferrari Club Italia Events for four years.
Paulina holds a Master’s Degree in Organisational and Industrial Psychology from Bologna University in Italy.
Tucked away from the teeming resorts of the dense northern atolls on a private island in Gaafu Alif Atoll, Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa has more than 30 pristine dive sites to explore, all filled with rich marine life, including resident turtles and black-tip sharks. Diving enthusiasts will be spoilt at Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa as the resort boasts pristine waters, owing to its ongoing conservation efforts, which include banning motorised water sports and coral reef monitoring.
Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa currently features 50 villas — 36 on land and 14 over the ocean. Whether nestled within the island’s tropical greenery or elevated above the water, the villas are steps away from an idyllic beachfront, giving guests direct access to this area or the house reef. All spaces feature floor-to-ceiling windows and doors that lead to a private deck, with some villas inclusive of a private plunge pool.
The resort offers luxurious amenities, a host of recreational activities, and relaxing and rejuvenating treatments.
Since the five-star resort welcomed its first guests in 2009, it has undergone several refurbishments to offer guests a rare escape to a barefoot luxury experience. Most recently, it has launched two new luxury villa categories, including the resort’s two-bedroom family villas and villas with deluxe private pools.
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