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Sudima Hotel Auckland Airport appoints new Hotel Manager

For immediate release, 14th May 2014


Sudima Hotel Auckland Airport appoints new Hotel Manager

Sudima Hotel Group has announced the appointment of Riza A. Suryo as the new Hotel Manager of the Sudima Hotel Auckland Airportin New Zealand.

With over 20 years of international hospitality experience, Riza joins Sudima Hotels from his role as the Executive Assistant Manager of Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort and Golf in Bali.

Prior to this, he held other senior management positions with other luxury brands; Mandarin Oriental, Hilton and Shangri-La.

Riza was also the General Manager of Aerowisata In-Flight Catering for several years based in Bali, making it a comfortable move back into the airport community.

A native Indonesian, Riza holds a bachelor of science from the University of Maryland where he spent many years in the US and Europewhere he grew up.

Riza is married and has two children and he is passionate about travelling, diving and the aeronautical industry.

“It is an absolute honor to join Sudima Hotel Auckland Airport. I am looking forward to offering our guests a warm, sophisticated Sudima lifestyle experience that will contribute to and elevate the luxury hotel experience in the city.”

Sudima Hotel Group Director of Operations Les Morgan says it’s great to have someone of Riza’s experience to add to an already busy Sudima Airport Hotel that is enjoying great occupancy levels.


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