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The Alma resort in Cam Ranh, Vietnam, has
appointed Vu Thi Huong Giang as Executive Assistant Manager of F&B
and Tran Quoc Dat as Executive Assistant Manager.

 

Born and bred in nearby Nha Trang, Giang graduated
from Nha Trang University with a major in food processing and
started her career in 2004 as a waitress at Six Senses Ninh Van
Bay, where she steadily climbed the career ladder over a decade to
become a food and beverage manager.

Giang has also worked for Vinpearl Land and Mia Resort in Nha Trang and was the
F&B director at The Anam, also situated on Cam Ranh
peninsula, for two years before joining Alma.

“Sixteen years ago I graduated from school to
become a waitress and my parents were so unhappy they didn’t tell
my relatives but the hospitality was what I wanted to do and I was
hungry to learn; I hope my story encourages others to consider
a career in hospitality because despite the difficulties wrought by
the global pandemic the industry will inevitably recover,” she
said.

 

Dat, who was born in Hanoi, studied hotel
operations at Hanoi Tourism College before graduating in 1997 to
become an F&B attendant at the Sheraton Hanoi Hotel
and Towers. He rose up the ranks with the Sofitel Plaza Hotel,
Sunway Hotel Hanoi, Silk Path Hotel Hanoi, InterContinental Danang
Sun Peninsula Resort, Hotel de l’Opera Hanoi – MGallery, Vinpearl
Luxury Nha Trang Resort, and Lotte The Residence and Lotte Center
Hanoi.

Before joining Alma, Dat was the Rooms Division Manager for Radisson Blu Resort Phu Quoc.

“Although I have 23 years of experience in
hospitality, every day I see and learn new things and concepts and
love to think outside of the box,” said Dat. “I want to ensure my
the department doesn’t just provide services but truly delivers on
providing a ‘wow’ guest experience at our luxurious suites and
pavilions that all offer
spectacular views of the beach.”

The Alma features 580 suites and pavilions, 14 F&B outlets, and a cascade of 12 beachfront swimming pools.
Other drawing cards include a science museum, 6,000-square meter
waterpark, 13-treatment room spa, art gallery, cinema, convention
center, amphitheater, youth center with virtual reality games,
kid’s club, water sports center, gymnasium and yoga room and an
18-hole putting green.

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