Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa appoints Mariano Silvestri as General Manager – Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa has announced the appointment of Mariano Silvestri as General Manager, effective 23rd March 2015. Mariano joins the Maldives property from his previous position as Executive Assistant Manager – Rooms at Park Hyatt Shanghai.
With a career within Hyatt of more than 12 years, Mariano’s wealth of experience now spans four Hyatt properties in four different countries.

Originally from Argentina, where he held positions at Park Hyatt Mendoza, his career progressed through the rooms divisions of Grand Hyatt Dubai and Park Hyatt Shanghai. He joins Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa in his first General Manager position, and is accompanied on the island by his wife and baby daughter.

Speaking about his appointment, Mariano said: “I am delighted to join the team at Hadahaa and to continue my journey within the Park Hyatt brand. This is a dream job for any General Manager, and I’m especially excited to have the opportunity to work within such a unique and exceptionally beautiful property. My predecessor Julian Moore certainly had a special connection to Hadahaa and I am looking forward to continuing and building upon his most excellent work here. I will also endeavour to maximise Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa’s contribution to the health of this special country’s ecology, a cause that I will embrace to its fullest.”

Secluded and serene, the five-star resort is situated on a private island, 55km north of the Equator in one of the largest and deepest atolls in the world, North Huvadhoo.

Located 400 kilometers south of the International Airport, seven miles from the nearest inhabited island this private haven is home to only 50 villas and is a true island fantasy offering some of the best diving opportunities in the world. The retreat is located on one of the healthiest reefs in the Maldives; picturesque coral reefs boasting colourful marine wildlife can be found minutes’ away from the champagne coloured sands that wrap around the island’s periphery.

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