Hyatt Hotels, West India appoints Sonia Paul as the Cluster Director of Marketing
Grand Hyatt Mumbai Hotel and Residences is pleased to announce that Sonia Paul has been promoted to the role of Cluster Director of Marketing, effective September 1, 2022. A career spanning over 15 years, Sonia’s journey
Grand Hyatt Mumbai Hotel and Residences is pleased to announce that Sonia Paul has been promoted to the role of Cluster Director of Marketing, effective September 1, 2022.
A career spanning over 15 years, Sonia’s journey has been diverse. From beginning her career in advertising as an Account Manager in 2005 working for J. Walter Thompson Worldwide followed by Catalyst SMC Pvt. Ltd. Sonia moved spells as she entered into Marketing profile by joining Edenred a part of Accor group. In April 2014, Sonia joined hospitality industry with Keys Hotel – Berggruen Hotels as General Manager Marketing where she joined the corporate brand team overlooking the portfolio of Keys Hotels. Sonia joined Foodlink Services India before joining the Grand Hyatt Mumbai Hotel and Residences family as Marketing and Communications specialist in 2018. In 2020, she was promoted as Director of Marketing at the hotel.
In September 2022, Sonia recently got promoted to her new role as Cluster Director of Marketing for Hyatt West India where she will overlook the marketing operations for brands – Grand Hyatt Mumbai, Hyatt Centric, Hyatt Regency, Hyatt Place and Hyatt Hotel in Mumbai and Pune.
On the promotion, Sonia shares the secret of her success, “my work is my passion; it just stays exciting to everyday explore new opportunities for the brand to offer experiential offerings”
Sonia is a people’s person, loves to catch up with her friends and family during her off time and loves to explores new places.
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