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Hilton-Malaysia Spirit of ‘Conrad’ery

Paul Hutton, Vice President for Operations, Hilton Southeast Asia

27-May-19 08:05

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Hilton-Malaysia Spirit of ‘Conrad’ery

A landmark in Petaling Jaya, the Hilton Hotel was once the five star hotel for travellers in Malaysia. Today, they have 11 hotels throughout Malaysia, and 40 throughout the Southeast Asian region. In conjunction with the Hilton's 100th year anniversary, we speak to Paul Hutton, Hilton's Southeast Asian Vice President for Operations to discuss its plans for the region and sentiments of the hotel industry.

Presented by: Lyn Mak, Julian Ng, Wong Shou Ning


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