A seasoned hospitality professional with almost two decades of experience working for some of the world’s leading hotel brands has been named five-star Anam’s director of sales and marketing.
Vietnamese national Mandy Tran Thi My Dung’s appointment to The Anam, overlooking Long Beach situated on Vietnam’s Cam Ranh peninsula, comes after she worked as the director of sales and marketing during the pre-opening of the nearby Hyatt Regency Nha Trang for one year.
Before that she worked for the Sheraton Nha Trang Hotel and Spa for eight years, including as the hotel’s director of sales and marketing for almost seven years.
Prior to the Sheraton Nha Trang Hotel and Spa, she was the director of sales at the Dalat Palace and Dalat Du Parc Hotel (formerly Sofitel Dalat and Novotel Dalat) as well as a wholesale sales manager for the Park Hyatt Saigon and Hotel Equatorial Ho Chi Minh City.
She also holds a Bachelor of Economics at National University Ho Chi Minh City.
“Mandy has an impressive breadth and depth of sales experience in Vietnam, particularly in our province Khanh Hoa, with some of the best hospitality names in the business,” said The Anam’s owner and founder Pham Van Hien. “Recognised and trusted by the industry, her proven track record in hospitality places The Anam in great stead as we look to the future with optimism in the wake of COVID-19.”
About The Anam Cam Ranh
The Anam overlooks 300 metres of beachfront on Vietnam’s scenic Cam Ranh peninsula, which averages more than 300 sunny days per year. With a design inspired by Vietnam’s bygone Indochine era, the luxurious five-star resort boasts 77 villas and 136 rooms and suites. The Anam also features a fine dining grill, all-day dining restaurant, a Vietnamese restaurant and bar, a classical bar, a beach club, in-room dining, a 10 treatment-room spa, 3-D movie theatre, three capacious swimming pools, ballroom, conference rooms, recreation and fitness centre, a tennis court, yoga room and deck, kids club, putting green, gift shop and more. The Anam and its team are guided by a “Indochine Charm, Modern Luxury” approach to accommodation, blending colonial-era charm and warm-hearted Vietnamese service with modern comforts and convenience. The name “The Anam” is not a play on Adrian Zecha’s Aman Resorts; rather it refers to “An Nam”, the name of Central Vietnam during the French Indochina era.
Mandy Tran Thi My Dung, a seasoned hospitality professional with almost two decades of experience working for some of the world’s leading hotel brands, has been named five-star Anam’s director of sales and marketing.