Marriott International is pleased to announce the appointment of Lars Kerfin as the general manager of Le Meridien Saigon Hotel.
Following a good control plan for the impact of the pandemic, the tourism and accommodation services industry in Vietnam has witnessed a strong return with many positive changes and new projects throughout the country.
|Lars Kerfin, the new general manager of Le Meridien Saigon. |
Capitalising on this positive outlook, Marriott International is pleased to announce the appointment of Lars Kerfin as the general manager of Le Meridien Saigon Hotel.
Lars Kerfin is an industry stalwart with more than 25 years of experience in senior leadership positions. Starting in Germany where he began his career, Kerfin has extensive experience in Southeast Asia, where he moved from his last role at Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel as general manager from 2015 to 2022.
Known for his professional focus on customer services and unique, innovative ideas, especially in food and beverage (F&B), Kerfin is looking forward to taking Le Meridien Saigon to new heights as the hotel works towards positioning itself as a unique F&B destination.
“I am thrilled to be part of such an amazing and visionary upgrade of an already well-established property,” said Kerfin.
“We have plenty of plans for the hotel that will make an exciting impact on the local dining and nightlife scene in the very near future. In this highly competitive and challenging market, my team of professionals is ready to make a statement that will make our customers enthusiastic about experiencing the Le Meridien hospitality over and over again.”
Standing modestly next to the gently flowing Saigon River of Ho Chi Minh City, Le Méridien Saigon awaits the arrival of curious and creative-minded travellers seeking an uncommon yet authentic way to explore this destination.
At the heart of the Central Business District, the hotel offers convenient access to popular attractions of the city with exciting stories to tell, from ancient pagodas and French-colonial structures such as the Saigon Opera House, Notre Dame Cathedral, and the General Post Office, to modern shopping centres and Nguyen Hue walking street.