Grand Hyatt Mumbai Hotel and Residences appoints Deepak Khusalani as Area Director of Revenue Management – West India
Grand Hyatt Mumbai Hotel and Residences is pleased to announce that Deepak Khusalani is promoted to the role of Area Director of Revenue – Hyatt West India, effective August 1, 2022. A career spanning over 20
Grand Hyatt Mumbai Hotel and Residences is pleased to announce that Deepak Khusalani is promoted to the role of Area Director of Revenue – Hyatt West India, effective August 1, 2022.
A career spanning over 20 years, Deepak’s journey has seen him work with some of the finest brands in hospitality in the country. From beginning his career as a Front Office associate in 2001, Deepak make the switch to Revenue Management in 2008 while he was working for InterContinental The Grand. In 2011, Deepak then made the switch to a preopening team at Sofitel Mumbai BKC where he worked in the capacity of Revenue Manager and Director of Revenue. In 2016, Deepak joined the Hyatt Family, as Director of Revenue at the Grand Hyatt Mumbai Hotel and Residences. In the year 2018, he was offered a cross exposure as Director of Rooms for the hotel. In 2020, Deepak is now promoted to his new role of Area Director of Revenue Management for Hyatt Hotels – West India. Whilst working with Grand Hyatt Mumbai, Deepak has won the coveted ‘Revenue person of the year’ accolade by Hotelier India, which has been a highlight of his career.
The new role will include Deepak overlooking the hotels located in the markets of Mumbai, Goa, Gujarat, and Raipur. The hotels falling under his purview include the iconic Grand Hyatt Mumbai Hotel and Residences, Grand Hyatt Goa, Alila Diwa Goa, Hyatt Centric Candolim Goa, Hyatt Regency Ahmedabad, and Hyatt Raipur to name a few.
On the promotion, Deepak shares his two mantras for success, “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime” and “Work in silence and let the success be your noise.”
On a personal note, the personality of Deepak speaks volumes; he is a simple and straightforward person. His wife, Neeta is his source of strength and motivation during challenging times. Apart from work, Deepak is a huge fan of Indian, Italian, and Chinese cuisine. He is an avid traveler and recommends one should visit Uttarakhand or Shimla during winters if they truly love India or explore Amsterdam or Switzerland.
About Grand Hyatt Mumbai Hotel and Residences
Grand Hyatt Mumbai Hotel and Residences is Hyatt International’s flagship contemporary lifestyle complex in South Asia and an area hotel for Mumbai, Pune and Goa. It is located just minutes away from the domestic and international airports; Mumbai’s key business district, Bandra-Kurla Complex and the entertainment districts of the city. Grand in scope and functional in design, this city landmark with 548 luxurious rooms and suites, 112 fully serviced apartments and award-winning dining and entertainment options, has redefined standards of luxury and service in India’s financial and entertainment capital since 2004. With approximately 10 acres of mixed-use development, the complex is truly a world class facility. mumbai.grand.hyatt.com