Published on : Thursday, December 28, 2017
Meidinger will be leading one of the region’s most iconic luxury properties and its 1,000 hotel ambassadors.
Meidinger has 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry. He was previously the resident manager at Grand Hyatt Taipei from 2006 to 2010 and most recently the general manager of The Excelsior, owned by the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, in Hong Kong.
Meidinger succeeds Sammy Carolus to lead the 853-room property and was thrilled to return to Taiwan and said that the Taiwanese have an excellent tradition of hospitality and he was excited to work with them.
He wants to take the hotel and guest experience to the next level. Meidinger began his career with the Hyatt Group in 1999 as assistant front office manager at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong and was then promoted to the position of executive assistant manager, rooms, before being named hotel manager of Grand Hyatt Taipei in 2006.
Meidinger was named general manager of Hyatt Regency Guam in 2010 before taking the position at Park Hyatt Saigon in 2014.